Monster storm shuts down Halloween for some

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

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.