13: Sleepy Hollow DriveWatch out for the headless horseman when on (The Legend of) Sleepy Hollow Drive in Shirley or Sleepy Hollow Lane in Huntington Station.
12. Boney Street
Trying to steer clear of any spooky skeletons? Then don’t go down Boney Street in St. James!
11. Salem Road
If you wake up with a belly ache after trick or treating on Salem Lane in Port Washington or Salem Way in Glen Head, don’t blame it on the witches! Same goes for Salem Roads in Port Jefferson Station, Rockville Centre, Merrick, Uniondale and Roslyn Heights.
10. Grimm Place
Whether it’s disturbing nursery rhyme characters or the reaper you’re avoiding, don’t go down Grimm Place in Baldwin.
9. Voorhis Drive
Jason’s lurking around every corner on his namesake Voorhis Avenue in Rockville Centre, Voorhis Lane in Seaford and Voorhis Drive in Brentwood and Old Bethpage, but his favorite Friday the 13th hang out may be Voorhees Place in Malverne, where his surname is spelled correctly.
8. Skunks Misery Road
It may wind up being your misery if you try making the lengthy trek up each long driveway to trick or treat on the North Shore’s esteemed Skunks Misery Road in Locust Valley.
7. Wolver Hollow Road
Be warned: the wolves on Wolver Hollow Road in Glen Head aren’t from Wall Street, they’re the kind that only come out during a full moon…
6. Skellington Road
If you’d rather not bump into the the Pumpkin King or the ghouls and goblins from Halloween Town, then you should skip Skellington Road in Plainview, which is surely named for Jack.
5. Serpentine Lane
If you hear faint hissing and ominous sound of rattles, you might be on Serpentine Lane in Old Bethpage or The Serpentine in Roslyn.
4. Slice Drive
Let’s hope pumpkin pie is the only thing getting sliced on Slice Drive in Oceanside.
3: Elm Street
If you’d rather not meet Freddy Krueger, don’t trick or treat on any of the more than two dozen nightmare-inducing Elm Streets we found on Long Island, including those in Woodmere, Hicksville, Great Neck and Port Washington.
2: Mt. Misery Road
Aside from having a creepy name, some say that Mount Misery Road in Huntington is actually haunted.
1: Dead Trail Road
If you’re anything like us, we’d rather not find out what lies at the end of Dead Trail Road in Water Mill.
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