Best Of Halloween House/Yard Decorations 2020

These epic house/yard decorations are here to inspire you and help you get your own mansion spookified. But before you do that let’s have some fun and talk some Halloween wiki knowledge. Halloween, aka All Hallows’ Eve, aka All Saints’ Eve, includes trick or treating, but do you know why it’s called like that? When a child asks a question “Trick or treat?”, the word ‘trick’ implies mischief on the homeowners or their property in case the treat is not given. Basically, a kind blackmail. Another interesting version of this tradition is known as trunk-or-treating (Halloween tailgating). In this case, kids are offered treats from the trunks of cars parked in the church’s or school’s parking lot, which sounds extremely sketchy. These trunks are decorated to fit the celebration. Somehow this idea feels safer to some parents. No matter how you like to celebrate Halloween, it’s important to stay safe but still do it in style!

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Now this is the movie set dedication.

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This house was built for Halloween

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If have a time and skill to build a pirate ship in your frontyard, you’re probably winning Hallowen this year and every upcoming.

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Quite disturbing. 10/10

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When they can see your decoration from the sky…

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This just might be the perfect way to hide a fresh killed body.

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Very distracting for drivers. 10/10

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