While I went for a jog Saturday morning, I saw a front yard that still had a 3-4 ft. ghost in it. The weather was beautiful...45 ish and sunny, and the ghost looked so cute with the sun shining upon it. 🎃
There's one house about two miles from here that had plastic pumpkin pails over their outdoor solar lights. They're still there, but they turned them around so it's just pumpkins. I guess that's kind of kosher, at least until Friday.
You guys make me happy because I am not alone. I just packed up my interior stuff today. Still will need to organize it all in the basement this weekend, but at least its out of the way. My neighbors helped me break down a huge chunk of the haunt on Halloween night right before a major storm hit. It helped a lot. We got it all down in about 15 minutes as opposed to the hours it takes me to set up alone.
I noticed a couple of days ago that my aunt had a small bush next to her front porch that still has bits of fake cobwebs on it. There is no way to get it all off since it's an evergreen type of thing, there's just too many spiky bits for it to stick to. It's not super obvious & if you didn't know she'd put the fake stuff all over it you'd think it was real spider webbing or that the thing had some sort of bug or disease.
The rain has washed the majority of it away, but you can still see small bits all over it making it look sorta weird & diseased.
We all do a lot of work to make Halloween magic happen inside and outdoors. It would be a shame if we get low turnouts this year because of COVID-19. Conventions all across the country are being cancelled due to COVID-19 fears. People are becoming afraid of large gatherings. For those of us...
Hello fellow Haunters!
I've decided to start a thread in order to share my garage haunt build for Halloween 2020. We purchased our home in August of last year and really only had a couple of months (really weekends) to put on our show. It was a huge success but I wasn't quite happy given the...