OLD BRIDGE - There's one in every neighborhood, and in Old Bridge, owners of one home are "dying" to greet trick-or-treaters.

The holiday is even more important this year, after two years of Halloween washouts.

It's a tradition on Yale Street in the Madison Park section of Old Bridge. Yvonne Foust has been setting up her spook-tacular display for more than 16 years. Neighbors says it's become "that house" that everyone has to see.

Foust says she starts setting up in September, and by Halloween is fully stocked with candy and other goodies.

"I go through 140 bags of candy, 350 glow necklaces, 200 bracelets, 50 laser guns, tattoos... a lot!" she says.

Foust says she does it just to see the faces on the children when they come by.

This year, the family is giving back with a food drive.