This Home Has 100s of Halloween Decorations in the Yard, and the Internet Has Questions

published Oct 27, 2022
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If you think you’ve overdone your lawn decor for Halloween this year, wait until you see this.

In South Carolina, a household has filled their front yard with not just one or two ghouls, but rather, hundreds of them. 

In a viral TikTok video, user @andrealynnpw drives past the property, documenting every monster on it. At first, only a couple of zombies and a clown could be seen by the driveway. But it immediately becomes clear that there are more of them — many more. 

There are skeletons, more zombies and clowns, several Grim Reapers, and even popular horror movie characters like Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, and Jason Voorhees, just to name a few. It’s practically an entire neighborhood’s worth of props.

“If one of these popped out at me, I would literally die,” she said, adding: “How do these people sleep in this house at night with this in here?”

In another video, @andrealynnpw and her driver, Kevin, returned in the evening, capturing a more terrifying scene. The monsters apparently come to life with sounds and animatronics, and there’s even one at the end of the clip that elicited a blood-curdling scream.

The internet, of course, had questions. “But where do they put them all when it isn’t Halloween? That house isn’t that big,” said one commenter, to which others replied that the family must be renting a storage unit.

Others wondered about the cost of acquiring such a collection. “The entire Spirit Halloween catalog in their front yard.”

And surely there were a lot of jokes too. “Imagine they coming back home late one night and notice something different: ‘Hey, I don’t remember setting that one up…’” a follower commented, while another said: “IMAGINE DELIVERING A PACKAGE TO THIS HOUSE. I WOULD CRY.”

What do you think? A bit too much or just right for the spooky season?