This House Is Decorated With 3,000 Pumpkins Every Halloween—And It’s Truly Magical
This family REALLY gets into the holiday spirit!
Some people take their holiday decorating very seriously. And some take it to the next level. The Griffith family in Kenova, West Virginia, is in this camp. They put on a display that shows they’re just filled with Halloween spirit.
Each year, this family displays a staggering 3,000 pumpkins in front of their home for the Halloween season. Yep, you read that right. Ric Griffith, local pharmacist and former mayor of the small town, puts out one carved jack-o-lantern for every resident of Kenova.
Of course, he doesn’t do it all on his own. He has a lot of help from his family, and also from members of the community who are super-proud of what has become quite the tourist attraction over the years. More than 30,000 people stop by to see the amazing display, which includes jack-o-lanterns carved into the faces of famous people, animals, cartoon characters, silly phrases and other creative designs. It’s definitely a must-see as part of the area’s annual Ceredo-Kenova Autumnfest.
Check out this shot of the display posted to Instagram by @spooky_club: