Back in the spirit: Lualai Halloween Spook-tacular a hit

  • A keiki gets a pencil from members of the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) during the Lualani Halloween Spook-tacular. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • A keiki grabs a piece of candy Monday evening during the Lualani Halloween Spook-tacular. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Michael Myers of the "Halloween" movie series poses for a photo with Olivia Millar, center, and Tinley Child, right, Monday during the Lualani Halloween Spook-tacular. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Selena Oliveros is Little Bo Peep for Halloween at the Lualani Halloween Spook-tacular Monday evening in Waimea. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Keiki go after candy Monday evening during the Lualani Halloween Spook-tacular. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Scores of keiki with family in tow cruised the streets of the Lualai subdivision in Waimea on Monday during the Lualani Halloween Spook-tacular. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Three-year-old Keziah Bohol reaches for candy at a home during the Lualani Halloween Spook-tacular Monday evening in the Waimea subdivision. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Michael Myers of the "Halloween" movie series gives candy to Kallen Agra, center, and Chelsea Repolio, right, Monday during the Lualani Halloween Spook-tacular. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

The Lualai Halloween Spook-tacular returned Monday after a two-year break amid the COVID pandemic.

The event was created by the Laulai community and police in 2018 to provide a safe, walkable environment for kids partaking in Halloween festivities in Waimea, according to event organizers. Since its inception, crowds of costumed kids with family in tow have come to the neighborhood to trick-or-treat at the homes decked out for Halloween.

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