Metro Detroit keeps Halloween spirit alive amid pandemic

Keeping the Halloween spirit alive

ROMEO, Mich. – It can be a challenge to celebrate Halloween in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be fun.

Time and time again, safety precautions have led to burst of new creativity.

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If you look at Tilson Street in Romeo, you’ll know that Halloween isn’t canceled.

People from all over southeast Michigan put on their masks to walk down Tilson Street -- which is known for its elaborate Halloween decorations.

Most of the people Local 4 spoke with said it was their first time experiencing Tilson Street’s spooky decorations.

For anyone who was looking to give their children a reason to get dressed up and make some Halloween memories, this was the perfect opportunity to start a new tradition.

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