Halloween celebrations climaxed with a colourful firework crescendo across Northern Ireland last night.
Cities and towns across the province were thronged with revellers as fancy dress parades and pyrotechnic displays marked the end of a week of spooktacular celebrations.
In Belfast thousands, young and old, flocked to the Titanic Slipways for the annual Monster Mash event.
There was a carnival rock theme with many revellers dressed in exotic garb to watch street theatre, live music and fire jugglers.
A thunderous 15-minute fireworks finale on the shores of Belfast Lough saw hundreds of rockets burst over the city to a classic rock soundtrack.
Meanwhile, in Derry city one of the largest Halloween carnivals in Europe meandered through the city with the pavements packed with spectators.
The city has earned a reputation as one of the best Holloween destinations in Ireland and they didn’t disappoint.
A river gods and sea creatures themed parade marked the end of the five-day Banks of the Foyle Halloween Festival, drawing some of the largest Halloween crowds in Northern Ireland.
The night culminated in an epic fireworks display on the banks of the River Foyle.
There were similar events across the province as towns and villages put on their own their own frightening festivities.