Around Savannah, front yard pumpkins and witches wear masks. At one house overlooking Daffin Park, a full-size skeleton wearing a blond wig and a... Savannah neighborhoods plan ‘no touch’ Halloween

Around Savannah, front yard pumpkins and witches wear masks. At one house overlooking Daffin Park, a full-size skeleton wearing a blond wig and a long red tie tips back a bottle of bleach. These Halloween decorations offer a clue that this Oct. 31 is arriving during the COVID-19 pandemic. Trick-or-treating will look different in many neighborhoods, too.

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