Transcript for Creative ways parents are keeping the spirit of Halloween alive this year
So funny. We'll turn to the creative ways people are celebrating Halloween across the country. How parents are staying safe while keeping the spirit alive. Rob Marciano has all the details. Reporter: Halloween may look different this year. What a cry baby. Reporter: But ghouls and goblin as cross the country aren't letting that damper their haunting spirit from socially distant pumpkin carving. Trick-or-treat. Reporter: To virtual costume parties, traditional spooktacular celebrations are shifting to become pandemic friendly. Happy Halloween. Reporter: Halloween in the back of a truck. Ooh. Mostly safe way to celebrate Halloween this year. Easy, big fella. My daughter Madeline and I attended this spooky and sweet trunk or treat in one New Jersey community. It's the Addams family. Taking the right measures to keep us protected and for the kids to have fun. They receive their candy bag instead of receiving it at each vehicle they receive it at the Reporter: The annual event ING CDC guidelines with a socially distant carnival. Across the country in Portland, Oregon, once a haunted house scare grounds now a bone-chilling haunted drive-through. To stay safe families are getting creative. This Colorado mom setting up a candy on a stick in her lawn to maintain social distance. And new mom Linda coming to the rescue in her Seattle community eating an online trick-or-treat map for over a thousand houses and how they plan on dishing out the goodies. We're really excited about Halloween this year. And celebrating safely with our neighbors. Reporter: For "Good morning America," I'm rob Marciano, new York.
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