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Hundreds turn out for Victorian Flatbush Halloween Parade

Area ghosts, ghouls, goblins and everything in betweenturned out in their fall finest during the annual Halloween Parade along Albemarle Road in the Victorian Flatbush section of Brooklyn.

As per tradition, the annual revel kicked off on the lawn of Prospect Park South Association President Bill Seery, with residents of the nabe dressed as everything from Dr. Seuss characters Thing One and Thing Two, a pirate, a spotted leopard, a banana, and even the iconic Argyle Road gateposts.

Approximately 600 attended the parade, which traveled along Albemarle Road beginning at Westminster, headed to Coney Island Avenue, and concluded at Albemarle & Buckingham roads.

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