These homes take spook to a WHOLE new level.
Oh look! It's Frankenstein and his army of dedicated fans! (The kids probably call 'em the Boo-hive.)
This yard-turned-pumpkin-patch has an appreciation for the essential seasonal gourd. Too much appreciation. Yes, you can have too much of a good thing.
$69 to $79,
Woah, is that ghost... floating!? C'mon, the jig is up. Levitating décor is typically only captivating when it comes in the form of floating plants. "Scary" is more stylish when it's subtle.
This house certainly is giving its trick-or-treaters a scary treat. They'll probably hit sensory overload before they reach a sugar high.
$69 for four, Balsam Hill
Boo. Are you scared yet? What if we add one more ghost?
The evil plot of this house is clear: Distract unsuspecting passersby with bright lights so they walk into a giant web of doom. Muaha.
You have to give this house credit for inclusivity. A skeleton, spider and scarecrow all somehow made it into the same décor theme.
...Tombstones galore! Busts galore! Skeletons galore!
We appreciate the mysterious vibe this place has going on, but... how do you enter a home covered in cobwebs? Seems like a sticky situation.
Ok, that's just creepy.
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