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Vote Now: Which House Is the Spookiest in Queens?

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Nov. 2, 2020 Staff Report 

The entries are in and the voting is taking place.

Nearly a dozen people entered their homes for the inaugural #bewitchinQueens Halloween house contest.

The residents with the spookiest house–with the most “likes” — will win a $500 VISA gift card; with second prize being $250 VISA card; and third prize $100.

The winners will be chosen from the following nine entries. Three houses will win prizes – based on the number of votes (likes)–sponsored by NY Space Finders, an Astoria-based real estate firm.

The voting period will end Thursday 5 p.m. at which point the winners will be announced. So LIKE your favorites now.

Watch out for our next post– as we unveil the best costumes!

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