Chris Anguish and his wife, Melissa, have turned the front yard of their 7094 Warren Sharon Road home into a Halloween nightmare since 2012, but Anguish promised this year’s rendition is “more intense.”
“You’ll want to come by at night,” he tempted as he worked on the setup during the bright daylight of Sunday afternoon, Sept. 30.
He put up a short fence — some of it fashioned from deconstructed palettes — to enhance the graveyard feel of the tombstones planted in the front yard, and fastened entrails to the posts and skulls and a nasty rat at the gate. The centerpiece is a funeral of skeletal ghosts.
“I love Halloween,” Anguish said. “My favorite time of year.”
And when Halloween is over, visitors will have to come back for his Christmas display.
“Christmas and Halloween is when I go all out,” he said.
Anguish added that he is proud that he, his wife and his daughter, 2-year-old Arianna, work on the setup together.
“We love when other people like it,” he said.