Mix some excited young trick-or-treaters with grown-ups who are kids at heart - and it's a sure bet it's going to be a frightfully good time.
For the past 11 years, Mike and Debbie Mason have hosted a pre-trick-or-treat party for their neighbors, and it's one that no one in the neighborhood wants to miss.
Debbie Mason serves her annual fare of chili and hot dog, something she started when her own sons were young to make sure they ate before heading out for the annual hunt for candy. "I just wanted to make sure my kids (who are now grown) had something to eat before trick or treating," Debbie Mason said.
The idea grew into its current version that this year brought some 65+ to enjoy gathering for a meal and conversation before heading out for Halloween night for the annual trip to gather candy.
"We have a lot of fun," said Mike Mason (who also happens to be Peachtree Corners mayor). The mayor got a good laugh when one of his young neighbors showed up as "Mayor Mike Mason" - complete with bushy gray eyebrows and mustache - and carrying a brief case.
We caught the young mayor - a mini-me of sorts - who posed with the real mayor. Also captured were witches, goblins and creatures that had risen from the dead.
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