Halloween Photos

Milford UT

This photo is from the Milford, UT, Post Office and employs a unique wreath and festive colors to embrace the season.

During the days leading up to Halloween, many enjoyed the opportunity to decorate their places of work and personal residences. The interesting and creative imagery displayed is a testament to both the ingenuity and talent of those involved.

This photo was snapped by Laughlin, NV, Postmaster Terri Torrance.

This photo was snapped by Laughlin, NV, Postmaster Terri Torrance.

Don’t let the imagery here scare you. The spiders are artificial, though the same can’t be said for the positive, engaging spirit of the employees who decorated these well-adorned offices.

This photo was provided by Shakopee, MN, Retail Associate Heidi Anderson.

This photo was provided by Shakopee, MN, Retail Associate Heidi Anderson.

There are many classic symbols associated with Halloween. From black cats, to spiders, to the ever-grinning pumpkin, many people delight in showcasing a fondness for their favorite spooky images.

Amidst all the iconic characters that make Halloween their home, there’s one figure that has proven to be a mainstay of October festivities – the witch.

This individual with bright, orange hair was photographed by Postmaster Cindy Recker at the Peosta, IA, Post Office.

This individual with bright, orange hair was photographed by Postmaster Cindy Recker at the Peosta, IA, Post Office.

The bright smile of the popular character above proves one thing – that everyone who enters a Post Office can expect a friendly greeting and positive attitude from all inside.

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