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Call for submissions: Show Curbed your Halloween spirit

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Washington, D.C. has plenty of haunted and scary as hell locations in the city, but more often than not the spookiest, most Halloween-tastic vibes can be found in its decked out streets, row houses, and single-family homes.

From pumpkin patches to cotton strung around branches to resemble cobwebs, plenty of residents in Washington, D.C. love to go overboard. We would love to treat our readers by showcasing what kinds of designy tricks these residents have up their sleeves. Is there a house in your neighborhood that clearly went all out? Are you particularly proud of the particularly skeletal decorations you've adorned your abode with?

Send any and all photos, stories, and intel to Curbed DC by emailing dc@curbed.com.