A service has been held in the village of Greysteel in Co Derry to mark the 20th anniversary of the murder of eight people by loyalist paramilitaries.
The shootings were carried out by members of the UFF at the Rising Sun bar on 30 October 1993.
At first, customers thought it was a Halloween prank as the gunmen shouted "trick or treat" before opening fire.
The eight people who died were John Burns, Moira Duddy, Joe McDermott, Victor Montgomery, James Moore, John Moyne, Stephen Mullan, and Karen Thompson.
The attack followed an IRA bombing on the Shankill Road in west Belfast just days earlier in which ten people died, including one of the bombers.
Torrens Knight was given 12 life sentences for the Greysteel murders.