Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift apparently dressed up for Halloween… as the couple in the neighborhood which doesn’t hand out candy. 

At least Kelce’s Kansas City home was. 

Crime scene tape was put up around the Chiefs star’s ‘modest’ $1M-dollar home to keep trick-or-treaters away and a security guard told kids that “nobody’s home today,” The Daily Mail reported.

Swift was in town to spend time with Kelce before leaving Wednesday morning. 

The security guard sat in a sedan parked in the driveway and ushered people away as kids celebrated the holiday trick-or-treating. 

But some didn’t believe that the pop star and Chiefs tight end were out, especially when lights came on in the home at night, according to the outlet. 

One mother called them “liars” while another voiced frustration.

“They’re not handing out candy, you believe that?” the mom said. “Well, we know they’re lying. Swifty is here.”

Another mom questioned the need for secrecy. 

“I don’t get why he’s sitting in the car telling us nobody’s home, when clearly they are,” another mom said. “Why don’t they just not answer the door.”

Whether the couple was actually in the home remains unknown.

However, Entertainment Tonight reported that he and Swift were planning to host friends and teammates for dinner.

“I’m pretty sure we’re gonna get the gang together and have a nice little dinner — or a nice little dinner party, I should say,” Travis told his brother Jason last week on their “New Heights” podcast.

“Like a Halloween dinner party. Everybody comes in costumes and we have a party.”

Requests for comment to reps from Kelce and Swift by Page Six went unanswered. 

Interest in the relationship between the “Cruel Summer” singer and Kelce has skyrocketed since the pair were first linked in September.

They since went public with their relationship last month and Swift has attended a number of Chiefs games to cheer on Kelce. 

The ramped-up attention has taken its toll on the Kelce family

“This is another level of stardom that typically football players don’t deal with,” Travis’ brother, Jason Kelce, told NBC Sports recently.

“On one hand, I’m happy for my brother that he seems to be in a relationship that he’s excited about [and] that he is genuine about. But there’s another end of it where it’s like, ‘Man, this is a lot.’”

Halloween is another example to add to the list, as it is unlikely the press were out interviewing familes at Travis’ home a year ago.

Article originally posted here.