VIDEO: Patriots Players Dress Up, Recreate Disney Movie Moments for Halloween
Thursday, November 01, 2018
New England Patriots had some fun on Halloween.
Patriots players David Andrews, Geneo Grissom, Jason McCourty, Eric Smith, Danny Shelton, Devin McCourty, and Derek Rivers dressed up as Disney characters and recreated moments from the movies.
Andrews dressed up as Winnie the Pooh, Grissom suited up as Olaf, Jason McCourty dressed up as the Genie from Aladdin, Smith dressed up as Buzz Lightyear, Shelton dressed up as the Beast, Devin McCourty suited up as Tigger, and Rivers dressed up as Sully.
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The Patriots are currently 6-2 on the season and will host the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football this weekend.
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Ever felt like you were being watched? Had the hairs on the back of your neck stand up while heading downstairs to that creepy old basement?
Join the Providence Ghost Tour as they lead you by lantern light through the darkened streets of the historic East Side, sharing stories that will be sure to send a chill down your spine.
Get Spooked at Fear Town Haunted House
Fear Town Haunted House is a huge outdoor haunted attraction that is a one of a kind experience.
Fear Town takes visitors on a journey in and out of the fund down buildings that have been hidden for decades.
Dead North has sold out for the last 17 years and is primed to sell out again.
Take a half mile walk and wagon ride through Dead North farmland and catch a glimpse of the residents that make up the haunted property.
Visit the Salem Witch Museum
Nothing says Halloween like witches.
There is no better place to learn about witches and the infamous Salem Witch Trials than the Salem Witch Museum.
You will be fascinated.
What better way to spend a fall evening than strolling through Roger Williams Park Zoo and viewing some cool Jack-O-Lanterns.
The Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular at Roger Williams Park is a Rhode Island and New England Fall staple featuring thousands of illuminated pumpkins from October 4 to November 4.
Emily’s Bridge is Vermont’s only haunted covered bridge, home to Emily.
Emily is a mad poltergeist and the most famous spirit in Vermont, who reportedly gets angrier and angrier every year.
“This is no commercial Halloween tour, folks – it’s the real deal! Locals will tell you to be careful when crossing the bridge, and many will flat out refuse to go near it after dark,” wrote Vtlizing.com.
Do you dare cross the bridge?
The Portsmouth Halloween parade is set for October 31 starting at 7 p.m.
Those attending are encouraged to wear their costumes and join in the Halloween festivities
Providence native and cult horror writer H.P. Lovecraft will be the subject of a special walking tour and film series during the annual Flickers' Vortex Sci-Fi, Fantasy & Horror Film Festival (Vortex), October 20-27, 2018.
The life and work of Providence's best-known fantasy and horror author, Howard Phillips Lovecraft, will provide the backdrop for the tour, which will be led by the Rhode Island Historical Society.
The event goes from 12 p.m.
The Sleepy Hollow Experience is back at Old Sturbridge Village.
During the experience, guests will be ghoulishly guided through the Village’s countryside where they will encounter Ichabod Crane, Katrina Van Tassel, Brom Bones and quite possibly the Headless Horseman.
Shows begin at 9:30 p.m.
The Halloween Outlet is in its final season, so don't miss out.
The store is offering 30% off everything Monday thru Wednesday, with select items being 50-75% off.
The Monster Dash is a unique 5k Run/Walk that takes participants through the scary RIPTA bus tunnel with zombies and throughout the City of Providence.
The event begins at 9:30 a.m.
Celebrate Halloween in the historic Canal District of Worcester, MA with Wicked Wagon Rides, Zombie Walk, and Parties all night!
Bars & clubs on Water ST will host Halloween parties, costume contests, live music and more!
Dressing up your furry family member is scary cute and this year Hotel Viking wants to see their creativity.
The parade will start at Wag Nation at 1 pm and will make its ways to the One Bellevue patio. Treats & Cash Bar will be provided. Bring your pets and share a spooky treat before all the Trick- Or- Treaters come knocking.
The event goes from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Pre-registration recommended. Come show off your Halloween costumes!
Join us for our kids costume parade with crafts and treats.
Spooky Zoo at Roger Williams Park Zoo
Spooky Zoo is back, offering daytime outdoor autumn activities for the whole family.
Kids and adults will enjoy a packed schedule of seasonal activities including: animal encounters, the annual elephant Pumpkin Stomp, meet & greet with costumed characters, hands-on crafts, and free trick-or-treat bags.
The event goes from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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