Partygoers painted the town red with fake - and some real - blood as thousands of booze-fuelled revellers took over the country's bars and clubs to celebrate Hallowe'en.
From scary ghosts, clowns, vampires, and witches to funny sheikhs and Harry Potters - city centres, pubs and night-time hotspots were packed out with pleasure seekers.
Hallowe'en is one of the most popular nights out of the year and thousands of people braved the cold in revealing outfits for the occasion, including women dressed as French maids and nurses covered in fake blood.
It was a nightmare on Broad Street for the paramedics and police officers of Birmingham, who were called to action throughout the night to tend to over-zealous drinkers on the city's infamous strip.
There were equally-frightening scenes in Leeds, where 'street angels' were seen tending to those who had enjoyed a bit too much fun.