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Homeowners are paying a high price for a spooky evening

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Homeowners in Greece are going all out with Halloween decorations, all just in time for trick or treaters to ring the doorbell. 

Nothing says Halloween like a graveyard, a cobwebbed fence and let’s not forget a skeleton. Many  homeowners work all year long to make sure Halloween is a night their neighborhood won’t forget. 

There is only one home on Hager Road thay might make your skin crawl. And that’s the exact reaction homeowner Justin Flad expects from his Halloween visitors.  Flad starts his transformation in August. 

“We have to take everything out of shed we built to put all this stuff in. We have to hook up all the electricity to hook up all the lights as you see and so forth.   “

He tells News 8 that every year he spends thousands of dollars for this production. 

“We had a full tunnel with a projector system all the way back and it took it through it over the neighbors yard.” Flad said. 

Not from the Flad’s home another neighbor, Brian Caccamise took a quieter approach.  The front of his home is a memorial of sorts. 

” Tom Petty, made the cut by an hour I was painting some new stones and my wife pulled in the driveway and asked if I had heard he passed away. I hadn’t , so a couple more stones he wouldn’t made it.  “

Not everyone is excited about Halloween, that’s why the homeowners we spoke to say they go the extra mile. 

“Nobody else does this anymore, and that’s the problem. I remember going trick or treating when I was younger and every other house had their lights on and nowadays you have to skip about five houses to get some candy. “Flad said. 

This year of course, at the Flad’s home you get  the treat– and trick. 

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