PHOTOS: Denver’s most haunting Halloween homes

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Costumes and eclectic candy collections aren’t the only ways to get into the seasonal spirit.

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What to watch: Oversized spider webs, skeletons on chairlifts at "Screamboat," and evil inflatables are on display around Denver. Whether you’re hosting a spooky celebration or stocking up for trick-or-treaters, decking out your dwelling with funny or frightening Halloween decorations is a must this season.

The "Ghoulggenheim Booseum," a skeleton gallery in Capitol Hill. Photo: Gigi Sukin/Axios

City Park Halloween decorations. Photo: Gigi Sukin/Axios

Enter the guarded gates of this Country Club home — if you dare. Photo: Alayna Alvarez/Axios

A grim warning outside a Denver Country Club home. Photo: Gigi Sukin/Axios

A "Screamboat" chairlift outside a Wash Park home. Photo: Gigi Sukin/Axios

Hillbilly skeletons playing banjos, as they naturally do, on the front porch of a home in Denver’s La Alma Lincoln Park neighborhood. Photo: Alayna Alvarez/Axios

Beware the bones. Photo: Gigi Sukin/Axios

Dragons creepy, yet cool enough to keep up year-round at this Country Club residence. Photo: Alayna Alvarez/Axios

An unsettling mannequin staged outside a Denver home. Photo: Gigi Sukin/Axios

A super-duper creepy and nearly life-size fallen angel guards a corner of this Country Club home. Photo: Alayna Alvarez/Axios

R.I.P to all the souls laid to rest (buried or not) at this mass graveyard in Capitol Hill. Photo: Alayna Alvarez/Axios

A City Park spook fest. Photo: Gigi Sukin/Axios

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