Fermanagh residents and visitors to the area got into the 'spirit' of Halloween last week as they enjoyed numerous spooky events which took place across the county.

Huge crowds took part in Ederney’s Spooktacular Walk on Sunday, October 27 with around 800 people joining in the Halloween fun. The community-led event was a great success and organisers were delighted with the array of creative costumes worn on the night.

Share Discovery Village’s Halloween Howler event was back and bigger than ever this year. Around 400 people attended the family friendly event which included a fancy dress parade, face painting, climbing and traditional games, as well as the spine-tingling Haunted Forest Walk and Zombie Combat Run. The night was topped off by a colourful fireworks display.

The spectacular Marble Arch Caves was transformed into a spooky underworld of Halloween surprises on Saturday, October 26 and Sunday, October 27.

The Halloween themed 'Creepy Crypt Tours' brought those who dared through the fascinating natural underworld of rivers, winding passages and lofty chambers while meeting the likes of the ghost of Edouard Martel - the first person to explore the Marble Arch Caves system - the Wheathill Witches, Murray the Moses Walk Monster and all their spooky companions.

The 'Creepy Crypt Tours' proved popular, with people travelling far and wide to experience this unique Halloween experience with friends and family.