TRICKSTERS have treated themselves to a night of fun as they celebrated Halloween.
From Torquay to Totnes, the young and the not-so-young dressed up in frightening costumes and celebrated in whichever way they saw fit, as angels turned into monsters.
As well as the private celebrations going on in many homes, halls were full and shopping centres were packed as hundreds came together for joint celebrations.
The Acorn Centre, Barton, Torquay, was filled with more than 200 children for a Halloween party on the night.
Elsewhere, Union Square, Torquay, was host to two days of free Halloween fun, including model making, face painting and mask decorating.
Shopping centre director, Richard Randle-Jones, said: "These monsters luckily disappeared with soap and water, but everyone had a great time creating them. It really helped make a fun atmosphere for people out shopping before Halloween".