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In pictures: Northern Ireland Halloween celebrations

Happy Halloween! BBC News NI is pulling together a picture gallery of your celebrations on the spookiest night of the year.

So you think you can scare us? Send your snaps in to bbcnewsni@bbc.co.uk, putting "Halloween pics" in the subject box, or tweet @bbcnewsni.

Image caption A spectacular fireworks display closed Londonderry's Halloween Parade
Image caption Ghostbusters on the look out for ghouls in Derry's Guildhall Square
Image caption Young and old get ready for a monster of a party in Londonderry
Image caption Drummers performed for some of the tens of thousands attending the event
Image caption Batman, aka 29-year-old Warren Smith from Eglington, in Londonderry's Guildhall Square
Image caption The Londonderry parade began with ghosts emerge from the darkness
Image caption The parade was serenaded by a Halloween-themed concert in the city
Image caption Mrs Brown made an appearance in the Maiden City
Image caption Even Donald Trump - or a lookalike version at least - took time out from the presidential campaign to enjoy the festivities
Image caption PSNI Chief Inspector Gordon McCalmont kept a watchful eye on the celebrations
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Image caption The 'Monster Mash' took place at Titanic Slipways in Belfast during the weekend
Image caption Bride and doom?
Image caption A spooktacular Halloween princess
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Image caption People dressed up to enjoy the show
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Image caption The BBC's Eve Rosato sent in these pictures from Londonderry, where revellers are gearing up for the Halloween parade
Image copyright Eve Rosato

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