Good for you guys, families must enjoy having you in the neighborhood for Halloween.
So awesome! Love the scare cam. Great work Ricky!
Ricky….since Halloween was cancelled in my town because of Sandy..we didnt get a chance to do it up around here…thanks for sharing your wonderful display with us
Amazing display Ricky 🙂 Hopefully one year I’ll be able to see this in person! 🙂
Where did you get your pop up ghost and headless man from??? How did you sync your pumpkins??
Did you create the video you played on your garage? That’s a great idea. I’ve been thinking about adding a projection element to my yard.
Too bad Sandy stole our Halloween, this looks awesome. Must have been a ton of work but i’m sure they loved it! Thanks for sharing.
Looks great as always. I am curious how you did the synchronized pumpkins–how were they lighted/powered and how were the lights synchronized with the audio. And the pop-up ghost. Did you put that together yourself or was it store bought from a halloween supplier?
Your awesome enthusiasm for Halloween has translated to some rather amazing things…terrifying…scary…haunting, incredible things. Congratulations on the results of your collecting and hard work of setting all those things up. I’m sure that some who innocently came to your door in the hope of a small, humble piece of candy will remember their visit for a long, long time…perhaps, as long as they live. You have captured the true spirit of the holiday in…uh…more ways than one. Well done. One wonders in what part of the castle you store all of these unusual things between Halloweens…and whether anyone, but you, is brave enough to ever venture there… May your Halloween collection and your wonderful imagination continue to grow in the years to come…
Adios for now. Talk to ya on down the trail.
Wild Ol’ Dan
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