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Local Family's Halloween Display a Treat for Kids

Story By: Lauren Artino



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A local family's labor of love is an exciting stop for trick-or-treaters on Halloween James Bryant and his family love Halloween. They've spent thousands of dollars on decorations over the years and months preparing their Halloween tunnel for kids of all ages to enjoy during the month of October.

Their house at 8587 Lind Ave is a fun stop for trick or treaters looking for a little excitement on Halloween night. After years of working at Spook Hollow Haunted Forest in Mansfield, James thought he'd give it a try at his home, making it a family affair.

His Son, Daughter-in-law and grandchildren are part of the fun, spooky event every year. They plan to go bigger and better next year, creating a scary maze for the neighborhood to enjoy.

The display will be up through Saturday.

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