Trick-or-Treater Olivia Naylor dressed up as a Chinese girl this year. She says, "I'm holding it (her doll) now for trick-or-treat because I'm a Chinese girl and I have my Chinese doll like as my baby."
Halloween's dress up day for kids like Olivia and the candy is like the icing on top. For her mom, it's a time to hit the streets.
"It's exhausting but it's also good exercise, because I need to exercise and I've been wanting to do some walking," says parent Leslie Metz.
From an Angry Bird to Disco Chicks, one man says he's passed out more than 100 pieces of candy.
"I always did it as a kid and my son and my daughter go too," says Matthew Leighliter while passing out candy. "I like to do it. Participate and have fun."
Some people decided to have fun for the holiday and gave out treats along with a scare.
Heather Cunningham is scaring trick-or-treaters as they walk up to his door step. He says, "I just like scaring people. It's fun just dressing up and just jumping up around the corner. It's funny to watch people jump."
Hagerstown City Police say before the fun and the frights, safety is a must.
"Only accept the kind of candy that is a brand name and don't take any kind of candy that would've been homemade style candy," says Sergeant Eric Knode, Hagerstown City Police.
Trick-or-Treaters say facing their fears was worth it for Halloween.