It's that time of year and why should humans have all the fun? These Capital Region pets are all dressed up for Halloween. If you are still wondering how to dress up your furry friend, this may give you some inspiration.
The baseball fields at Magee Park in Delmar are usually hopping late into October with as much Little League fall baseball as they can fit in before the ground hardens from the cold temperatures. One cool event, that is in its second year, puts the spirit of the league's enthusiastic players into one last fun Halloween party. Saturday October 29th, Tri Village Little League will host a "Trunk or Treat". Over two dozen cars will be decorated in Halloween style with volunteers in costume.
When you think of fall and Halloween in Upstate New York, chances are you think of haunted hayrides, corn mazes, and haunted houses. Well, there is a terrifying adventure that isn't for the faint of heart but if you love to be truly scared during the season, this may be right up your alley.
In the early 1700s, a family settled in Schaghticoke known as the Knickerbockers. There are many stories surrounding this family and this weekend, one of the most gruesome tales will be told by ghostly characters. The Knickerbocker Mansion in Schaghticoke hosts this chilling event about the Kettlyhun Massacre.
I went on a haunted hayride over the weekend and it was great. But what's included in the hayride is five haunted houses that you walk through. We had the option to just exit after the hayride but we were with another family with two boys Ryan's age. Ryan is ten and he's not fond of haunted houses and neither am I. We both sucked it up and went in.
These are a few of the cutest furry friends all dressed up for Halloween. These may give you some ideas for your pet's costume. Thanks to everyone in the Capital Region and beyond who submitted their pets' photos for our gallery on Facebook.
This time of year conjures up old ghost stories and folklore. One of the scariest of all Halloween stories comes from a small town about one hundred thirty miles south of Albany. It is a tale passed down through generations and its central character is The Headless Horseman. The town is in Westchester County and it is the Legend of Sleepy Hollow.