The spookiest night of the year is finally here, with little zombies, ghosts and witches set to take to the streets.
In a bid to help children and their parents identify whether your home is joining in on the Halloween fun this year, Queensland Police have created two posters to display at the front of your house.
One of the posters indicates that Trick or Treaters are welcome at your home, whilst the other urges all of the vampires to stay away.
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“To help you indicate whether you would enjoy a knock on the door come October 31, the Queensland Police Service has created these handy posters which you can use to thwart the witches and wizards or invite them in!” Queensland Police said.
If Trick or Treaters are welcome at your home, you can download and print the “Welcome” poster here.
If you do not wish to participate, you can download and print the ‘No thanks’ poster here.
Police have also released a list of tips for Trick or Treaters to ensure their Halloween doesn’t turn into a nightmare:
Be accompanied by an adult monster at all times (or a responsible witch, ghost or vampire)
Always walk, not run, between houses and stick to the footpath rather than the road
Wear bright colours to enhance your visibility to passing motorists
Never enter a stranger’s house, even if they have invited you in after knocking on their door
Consider joining your friends on a neighbourhood adventure – there is safety in numbers for little witches and ghouls.
Here are our Halloween safety tips for little monsters and their mummies who are heading out trick or treating tonight! There’s still time for you to download our spooktacular posters to add to your display https://t.co/KN33r6bHY0 pic.twitter.com/6gSsgregB3
— Queensland Police (@QldPolice) October 31, 2018