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Halloween last year was scary mostly because the pandemic was ramping up again, causing many local seasonal events to be cancelled.

This year, though, South Bay residents can get back to their usual fright night activities, as Halloween is by and large back on.

All Hallows’ Eve

In San Jose, Winchester Mystery House is decorated for both indoor and outdoor seasonal tours.

 The Lost in the House Tour takes visitors on a theatrical paranormal investigative adventure through the mansion, while the family-friendly Jack O’ Lantern Trail features dozens of hand-carved pumpkin displays throughout the Victorian Gardens. Visitors to the gardens can also try their hand at ax-throwing or take aim at Sarah’s Attic Shooting Gallery for an additional fee.

The Lost in the House Light Show uses the front of the mansion as the canvas for projections that complement the tour and the trail.

“The Lost in the House Tour takes its cue from the many revealing paranormal investigations we’ve hosted, going back all the way to Houdini’s historic visit in 1924,” Winchester Mystery House General Manager Walter Magnuson said in a statement.

All Hallows’ Eve runs on select nights through Oct. 31. Tickets are available at

Trick or treat!

While the Downtown Campbell Business Association is “erring on the side of safety” by cancelling its trick-or-treating event for a second year, the Willow Glen Business Association’s candy-grabbing event along Lincoln Avenue is a go.

The Willow Glen Trick or Treat event on Oct. 31 is divided into two sessions:

Toddlers, preschoolers and kids in strollers are invited to hit The Avenue with the parents or guardians from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., while school-age kids in costume get the after-school time slot from 3-4:30 p.m.

The association is “strictly adhering to the event hours, and businesses will be handing out candy within the designated time slots only.”

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Horror shows

The Tabard Theatre Company is going Victorian with “The Turn of the Screw,” a tale of ghostly possession. Live shows are running through Oct. 24 for vaccinated audiences and can also be live-streamed. Video on demand will be available Oct. 27-31.

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Mature audiences who are looking forward with anticipation to Halloween can be awake at midnight to greet the holiday with a screening of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” at 3Below Theaters & Lounge. The Barely Legal cast will perform along with the characters in the classic cult film, complete with a full set of stage props, accurate costumes, lots of audience participation and a Halloween preshow.

The show starts Oct. 30 at 11:30 p.m, at 3Below Theaters & Lounge, 288 S. Second St. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination is required for admission.

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Mark Meadows is withdrawing his voluntary cooperation with the Jan. 6 select committee after he and his lawyer would not accommodate some of its requests.

The lawyer for Donald Trump's former chief of staff informed committee Chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson in a letter Tuesday that Meadows would no longer comply with the subpoena due to demands for information he said is protected by executive privilege and questions about the committee’s “fairness” in dealing with his client.


“The Select Committee has no intention of respecting boundaries concerning Executive Privilege,” attorney George Terwilliger wrote.

Terwilliger said that Meadows “consistently sought in good faith to pursue an accommodation with the Select Committee” until it tried to obtain privileged information.

He pointed to the select committee’s subpoenaing of Meadow’s cellphone records as one of these oversteps, which he said Meadows was going to turn over after screening for privileged information.

The letter then questioned if the committee is able to deal with the witnesses fairly, since Thompson said last week that former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark asserting his Fifth Amendment rights “says [he is] part and parcel guilty.”


“Mr. Chairman, your recent comments in regard to another witness that his assertion of 5th Amendment rights before the Select Committee is tantamount to an admission of guilt calls into question for us what we had hoped would be the Select Committee’s commitment to fundamental fairness in dealing with witnesses,” Terwilliger wrote.

He ended by stating that it does not fall within Congress’s powers “to conduct law enforcement investigations or free-standing ‘fact finding’ missions.”

In light of Meadows’s refusal to cooperate with the subpoena, the House may vote to hold him in contempt of Congress , which would prompt a court case. The House voted to hold former Trump adviser Steve Bannon in contempt for defying his Jan. 6 subpoena in October, with the trial set for next July.

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