Monster storm shuts down Halloween for some
The Halloween decorations at this West Virginia home are buried under two-feet of snow.
This family lives in Beckley, which got pounded by blizzard-like conditions from Superstorm Sandy.
The kids had some fun, putting a Halloween mask on their snowman.
The iReporter said that snow led city officials to cancel trick-or-treating on Halloween.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin (D-W.Va.) declared a state of emergency in the Mountain State at around noon on Monday, Oct. 29.
In New York, the annual Village Halloween Parade, a festive event that takes over Sixth Avenue in Lower Manhattan, has been cancelled.