by: VERN UYETAKE - Suzanne Price of Lake Oswego has transformed her home into a Halloween haven for nearly 40 years.Like many people, Suzanne Price of Lake Oswego enjoys decorating for VERN UYETAKE - After many years decking out her home with Halloween decor, Suzanne Price says shes maxed out her collection.

The ghosts and cemetery Price displays outside her house on Hallinan Street give just a hint of the creepy things lurking beyond the front door. After almost four decades of decorating, she said the indoor exhibit has “reached its max."

“Since I was a girl I’ve loved Halloween,” said Price, who has enjoyed decorating for the holiday “forever.”

Guests daring to step beyond the front door into her house can view an animated display of Halloween fun. Walk farther into the living room to see a talking raven, a dancing skeleton, lots of odds and ends and eyeballs looking at you — and cobwebs, of course.

Trick or treat here only if you dare.

by: SUBMITTED - Others around town are also showing their Halloween spirit. Kerry Sisk of Picasso Artistic Salon was inspired by a History Channel show about Native Americans to carve this pumpkin. by: CLIFF NEWELL - In downtown Lake Oswego on Monday, Benji, shown here with Susan Sojourner, was eager to show off his Halloween costume: a white cow with black spots. Although he experienced some trouble getting used to the costume, he should have no trouble getting dog treats.

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