Freehold homes decked out in horror décor sure to delight Halloween revelers

Halloween may be a few days away, but homes in one Freehold community are already decked out in spooky décor.

News 12 Staff

Oct 29, 2021, 12:46 PM

Updated 902 days ago

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Halloween may be a few days away, but homes in one Freehold community are already decked out in spooky décor.
In fact, there are so many homes decked out in Halloween decor that there's an unofficial Halloween drive-by list.
The list includes a house on Double Creek Road, where homeowner Jen Muh has been decorating her yard for Halloween for the past 13 years, with each year getting more and more elaborate.
"Makes them happy and gives the kids something to look at night, so, I try to think of new ideas and make crazier things," Muh says.
Muh says she has spent hundreds, maybe even thousands of dollars, on decorations but she won't say exactly how much.
Muh has had to come out and fix the decorations when storms roll through like earlier in the week.
"Very hard to maintain in the winds, especially the inflatables," she says.
A residence on Kettle Creek Road features decorations of Sleepy Hollow, with sights sure to make you scream.
Nearby on Sycamore Avenue, you will find horror themed versions of characters from "The Wizard of Oz" that will definitely tell you that you are not in Kansas, or Oz, for that matter.
On the other side of town, you can head to East Main Street and see two homes go head to head with their decorations, especially the one with computer animated images of dancing skeletons.
During the day, head to Bar Harbor Road, where a home features some horror movie favorites and other frights.
One thing is clear for those who go through all the trouble of decorating -- they are trying to bring much needed cheer to their neighborhood.
According to the National Retail Federation, consumers are expected to spend a record-breaking $10 billion this Halloween.


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