Trick-or-treating children crept around Echuca on Wednesday night to celebrate Halloween.KATHLEEN TONINI November 2, 2012 4:41am
Fynn Martin, Jessie-Lee James, Kia James and Riley Martin were out trick or treating on Wednesday night.
Local children donned their creepiest costumes and went trick-or-treating on Wednesday to celebrate Halloween.
One Echuca resident was so impressed with the behaviour of the children who knocked on her door she contacted The Riv.
Lois Rosenow said eight children trick-or-treated her at about 7pm on Wednesday.
‘‘I just couldn’t get over how well-mannered they were,’’ Mrs Rosenow said.
‘‘I thought it was so lovely.’’
Mrs Rosenow had bought chocolates in preparation to hand out to any costumed visitors.
‘‘It made my night,’’ she said.
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