CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH — While there may be less Halloween candy on Scarborough Road this year, there's still plenty of terrifying and delightful decorations to see.
Every year, the street's residents erect elaborate and spooky displays to celebrate Halloween. A banner is then hung along the middle of the street rechristening the road, "Scareborough."
The hard work has not gone unnoticed. Residents of Scareborough believe more than 1,000 trick-or-treaters typically visit the street on Halloween. However, with COVID-19 still posing a threat to Ohioans, this year's celebration will look a little different.
Fewer residents on the street will be distributing candy this year. Some still erected their elaborate Halloween displays, and simply added signs saying, "Sorry, no candy this year!"
Patch cruised Scareborough on Oct. 31 (in daylight, a nighttime visit seemed too spooky) and we're here to share some of favorite decorations.
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