The Spookiest Hoboken Street Corners {of Halloween 2016}

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Halloween is around the corner, and so are some seriously spooky Hoboken decorations. ‘Tis the season for ghouls and goblins, witches and warlocks – oh my!

Take a stroll down Bloomfield Street and you might find yourself caught in a cobweb — or wander down Monroe and get mummified. You never truly know what you might find, as us Hobokenites know no limit when it comes to disguising our little city for the holidays…


As if this view didn’t put a spell on us already:

darlingindots

– @darlingindots –


Creepy covering cobwebs are only the beginning…

katejames1985

– @katejames1985 –


This {Hoboken} stoop got a scary makeover!

alyssahertzig

– @alyssahertzig –


Two peas in a pod or pumpkins on a bench – same thing right?

jamescalleo

– @jamescalleo –


Some serious hair-raising hocus pocus:

ambularx

– @ambularx –


We’re expecting all kinds of goodies

iegeorgiana

– @iegeorgiana –


A frightful sight to scare around every corner, or above every sidewalk…

audbird

– @audbird –


Eerily spooky sights at every turn. What the magic of the season is all about!

k_g_photo

– @k_g_photo –


Don’t forget to hashtag #HobokenGirl and tag @hobokengirlblog on Instagram {from a public account} and your artistic eye for beauty could be featured in our next Hoboken photo round-up!

Until next week,

xx

READ: Last Week’s Top {#Hoboken} Photos of the Week Here


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Genna moved to Hoboken upon graduating from the University of Tennessee to start her Marketing career at HGTV, and is most currently at The Knot in downtown Manhattan. To Genna, there's nothing better than cheering on UT football, soaking in warm sunny weather on her balcony, and watching starry-skied movies on Pier 13. You may have spotted Genna as a customer associate at Anthropologie ...that is, when she's not doing Hot Yoga or punching bags at CKO! Most days, you can find Genna circling the Mile Square on an early morning run or attempting to justify her shopping habits along Washington Street.