Photos: Halloween 2018 in St. Helena Nov 8, 2018 Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save On both Hudson Avenue and Scott Street, Halloween is celebrated with a flair in St. Helena. Haunted House on Hudson Avenue Ewan Oliver and his five friends created a Haunted House for the second year in a row on Halloween. They collected donations and raised $600, which will be given to fire related relief programs. Dave Mosher photo Line forms at Hudson Avenue haunted house A crowd of creatures and costumed beings waited to tour the haunted house on Hudson Avenue on Halloween night. Dave Mosher photo Rest In Peace on Hudson Avenue Rest In Peace is on the gravestone, while a pipe-clenching skeleton head rest in front of it on St. Helena's Hudson Avenue last week. Dave Mosher photo Firefighters' boots One of the purposes of the Hudson Avenue haunted house, held on Halloween night, is to fill the firefighters' boots so the money can be donated. This year, the event raised $600, which will be given to fire related relief efforts. Dave Mosher photo Halloween on Scott Street in St. Helena Every year for the past 15, for Halloween, Jim Anderson decorates his St. Helena house with skeletons relating to a theme. This year's theme is "Mayhem rules the day and night." Submitted photo Waving hello for Halloween A skeleton on a broken teeter-totter ... what could be a better greeting for Halloween? It was part of Jim Anderson's decorations at his St. Helena home. Submitted photo Halloween on Scott Street Three skeletons on a bicycle chased by three dogs? Sounds like Halloween fun to me. This was the scene at Jim Anderson's St. Helena house last week. Submitted photo It's mayhem at John Anderson's house at Halloween At Jim Anderson's house on Scott Street, visitors can spot a variety of skeletons on Halloween, including this year, when mayhem ruled the roost. Submitted photo Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save Most Popular Assault suspect killed in Napa police-involved shooting; father says son suffered from brain damage Police: Shirtless, bloody man broke into neighbor's house, smashed glass Napa Police identify officer in Wednesday's fatal shooting Update: Video reveals struggle between Napa police officer, suspect before man fatally shot Napa Valley's historic Oakville Grocery sold to vintner Jean-Charles Boisset promotion Nominate your pet for Pic of the Litter Want to see your pet in the newspaper? promotion Share your photos with the Napa Valley Register The Napa Valley Register welcomes your photographic contributions to the Faces and Places gallery, which runs every Sunday.