Masked monsters and socially distanced spooks: celebrating Halloween at home

Halloween was expected to be a hollow affair this year, with no parties, patchy trick-or-treating and an assumed ban on apple-bobbing. Yet retailers are reporting that this year’s stay-at-home spookiness will be among the biggest Halloweens yet in the UK for an industry estimated to be worth more than £400m.
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