Spooky spirit spreads to Lexington homes and businesses
This Domino’s delivery truck is decked out with orange and purple spiders to celebrate Halloween.
Near Maury River Middle School, a roll of hay with and smaller bale on top has been painted as a jack-o-lantern.
This smiling jack-o-lantern is being displayed on a doorstep in Lexington’s courthouse square.
A giant, grinning candy corn is on display in Hopkins Green.
Pumpkinseed’s festive window display features a spiderweb that reads “some town,” inspired by Charlotte’s Web.
Sweet Treat’s Bakery has a hanging ghost in the doorway to greet customers.
Artists in Cahoot’s window box features mini-pumpkins along with their fall foliage.
Despite the rain, Kiki Garrett is dressed head to toe in Halloween gear to celebrate.
Lexington residents and businesses aren’t letting poor weather stop their Halloween festivities. From haunted hay bales to spider-laden delivery trucks, everyone is finding ways to celebrate the scariest day of the year. Check out those pictures and more above. (Photos by Liza Moore)