THE hamlet of Maro was transformed into a spooktacular as they celebrated their tenth Maroween party on Thursday 31 October.
Most of the village and visitors from neighbouring villages turned out to admire the decorated streets and gardens for two days of Halloween fun.
On Thursday, the Plaza de la Iglesia held traditional tastings of roasted chestnuts and roasted sweet potatoes to warm the bellies of the families that turned out. They were then treated to performances by Zumba Guerrera Boom & Kids, Dj Toulalan and the “Los Canallas” Group.
The mayoress of Maro, Encarnación Moreno, along with the councillor of Popular Traditions, Elena Gálvez, delivered prizes for the best dressed and the best decorated house.
The event closed on Friday 1 November with courses on parapsychology where attendees could discover extrasensory perception through a series of exercises and practical experiments.