It's no surprise that we've visited Lotherton at Halloween, we visit so often we rarely miss anything that's going on there. You may remember the Spooky Halloween we had there two years ago, or the Happy Spooky Halloween in the dark last year. I wasn't sure there'd be much going on at Lotherton this Halloween with so many restrictions in place because of coronavirus but it was business as usual with a Spooky Skeletons Trail.
The woods once again were transformed into a spooky walk with skeletons perched amongst the trees.
This skeleton looks as though he's been there for some time, wrapped in cobwebs and dangling from a branch.
Skeletons were to be found in the formal gardens too, and they could teach the visitors a thing or two about social distancing...
Though the bicycle made for two wasn't following coronavirus guidelines.
Spooky scenes were staged in various locations...
A school room.
The jail house.
The potting shed.
The spooky wild west was in town again too...
Some cowboys were just arriving.
Perhaps they were going to join the cookout...
Or perhaps they fancied a bit of pampering, a bath or perhaps a shave.
There's plenty of moonshine left if that's what they're after.
They should be careful though as not everyone gets out of here alive.
I'm sad to say that I didn't think the Skeleton Trail was as good as the Scarecrow Trail that Lotherton's put on for Halloween in the past, but we're living in strange times and with lots of restrictions in place so they should be commended for putting anything on at all. There were plenty of families enjoying the entertainment and it seemed a very popular event for the children, many of who were dressed up in Halloween costume.
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