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Photos: 2022 Superior Spooktacular parade

Ghouls, ghosts and community members turned out for the annual Halloween celebration Saturday, Oct. 29

Harper Romosz, 1, takes a lick from her two suckers as she watches the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade
Harper Romosz, 1, takes a lick from two suckers as she watches the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade on Ogden Avenue on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 29.
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SUPERIOR — Snakes, spectres, a bottle of syrup and even Santa could be seen Saturday, Oct. 29, along Odgen Avenue during the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade.

The parade route started at the intersection of North 14th Street and Ogden Avenue, moved north to Broadway Street then east to Hughitt Avenue. Sterling Silver Studio has been hosting the parade since 2015.

A zombified Matt Osterlund, owner and tattoo artist at Skin Deep Tattoo and Piercing, hands out candy during the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade
A zombified Matt Osterlund, owner and tattoo artist at Skin Deep Tattoo and Piercing, hands out candy during the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade on Ogden Avenue on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 29.
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The Spartan Dance Team performs on Ogden Avenue
The Spartan Dance Team performs on Ogden Avenue during the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade Saturday afternoon, Oct. 29.
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The Mandalorian walks down Ogden Avenue during the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade
The Mandalorian walks down Ogden Avenue during the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade Saturday afternoon, Oct. 29.
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A pair of inflated unicorns walk in the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade
A pair of inflated unicorns walk in the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade Saturday afternoon, Oct. 29.
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A dog wears a snake costume as it walks down Ogden Avenue
A dog wears a snake costume as it walks down Ogden Avenue during the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade Saturday afternoon, Oct. 29.
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Born Too Late plays from the back of a float
Born Too Late plays from the back of a float along Ogden Avenue during the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade Saturday afternoon, Oct. 29.
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Santa Claus waves to the crowd during the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade
Santa Claus waves to the crowd during the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade Saturday afternoon, Oct. 29.
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Jon Winter holds a Douglas County Historical Society sign as he walks with the Northern Spotlight Theater troupe
Jon Winter holds a Douglas County Historical Society sign as he walks with the Northern Spotlight Theater troupe during the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade Saturday afternoon, Oct. 29.
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A mini Michael Myers watches the Spartan Dance Team perform along Ogden Avenue
A mini Michael Myers watches the Spartan Dance Team perform along Ogden Avenue during the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade Saturday afternoon, Oct. 29.
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Folks line Ogden Avenue in Superior during the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade
Folks line Ogden Avenue in Superior during the Sterling Silver Studio Superior Spooktacular Parade Saturday afternoon, Oct. 29.
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Related Topics: SUPERIOR, WISCONSINEVENTS
Jed Carlson joined the Superior Telegram in February 2001 as a photographer. He grew up in Willmar, Minnesota. He graduated from Ridgewater Community College in Willmar, then from Minnesota State Moorhead with a major in mass communications with an emphasis in photojournalism.
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