It's spooky season again.
This time around, a group of residents at Sembawang went all out with their Halloween decorations.
Corridor of horror
Singapore's minister for health and Member of Parliament for Sembawang, Ong Ye Kung, highlighted the residents' decoration efforts in a Facebook post on Oct. 30.
For the occasion, residents painted the town, or rather the corridor, red, and lined it with spider webs, skulls, mini pumpkins and skeleton ghouls.
The Nun even made a special appearance.
By the sign of the "bloodied" tools of torture strung along the corridor wall, the residents likely had a good time putting up these decorations.
You can see Ong's Facebook post below:
In other parts of Sembawang
Other residents in Sembawang also joined in in the season of scares, and took time to decorate their yards.
A resident from the colonial estate in Sembawang, AJ Adame, also shared a video of his decorations.
Halloween at Woodgrove
An annual affair, it seems that spooky season is also in full swing for the residents at Woodgrove Estate in Woodlands, who never fail to celebrate and put up the halloween decor every year.
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Top image from Ong Ye Kung/Facebook and Erica Livelovelaugh/Facebook