WMFD TV

Search Archive WMFD.com News

www.wmfd.com - A Mansfield man and his son are Trick and Treating their neighbors with an amazing outdoor display. }}" />

   
 
 
Local Residence Transformed Into Major Halloween Display

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
  Email Story to Friend
   
  Original Published: 10/17/2013

A Mansfield man and his son are Trick and Treating their neighbors with an amazing outdoor display. James and Todd Bryant have transformed their front yard at 85 and 87 Lynn Ave. for Halloween. The Bryants' started decorating during the last week in August. This marks the second year for the display which features gravestones, Dracula and a huge tunnel. "We've been doing Halloween decorating for years. Two of my children have worked at the Haunted Hydro in Fremont. My entire also worked at Spook Hollow," James Bryant said. The Bryant's expanded the display into their neighbors yard this year. They also added Friday the 13th character Jason Vorhees and Nightmare on Elm Street Freddy Krueger to the display. "Every year we go out and collect new stuff from garage sales and late sales on items after Halloween," James Bryant said. "At night some of the tombstone light up and all the pumpkins light up. We have portable strobe lights throughout the inside of the tunnel, fog, and Halloween characters," James Bryant said. James Bryant said the tunnel is also used for their outdoor Christmas display.

   
  MORE RECENT NEWS
 
Image1 Infrastructure improvements will be visible in the Ontario area very soon after city council approved a number of resolutions to develop the locality. Full Story
Image1 Stingel Elementary in Ontario uses Recycle Day to observe Earth Month. Full Story
 
Image1 An estimated 300 to 400 job-seekers were expected Thursday at the third annual Ashland Area Job Fair held at Ashland University. Full Story
Image1 The Lexington Senior Center had a special guest for its regular Thursday lunch. Full Story
  MORE NEWS
 

Congressman Tiberi Visits Lexington Senior Center

Vacant Ontario House Catches Fire, Cause Unknown

A.U. Schar Nursing College Starts Doctor Of Nursing Program

Mansfield Dance Company Rules Nationals

Shelby YMCA Holds Shoe Drive To Raise Funds

17th Annual Minority Health Fair Kicks Off April 26

Students Petition Closing Of Springmill Learning Center

B.E. Humble Opens Second Store In Ashland

N.C.S.C. Paralegal Graduates Given Farewell Luncheon

Mansfield Boil Alert

Seminar Offered For Women And Minority Small Businesses

Students Help In Spring Clean-up Week In Ontario

Conference explores effects of violence and abuse

More News