As noted previously, the gore lovefest that is Freaky Frights is ceasing to be.
It was unclear to me from their website whether where they going to have a display this year at all.
So, I took my chances and headed over on Friday, October 24th. It was on!
It wasn't as extravagant or large as in previous years. Unlike last year, which covered two blocks, this year covered only one.
I saw displays that I remembered from last year, but also noticed a few scenes missing (the bathroom set from the first Saw film, for example).
However, Freaky Frights was definitely not going to go out with a whimper. Here is but a horrible taste of the carnage. Please note that you can still see all the blood and gore yourself on Halloween -- after October 31st, Freaky Frights as the world knows it will go poof.
A cheerful welcome
My favorite display
The popular Jack White vomiting blood display
I don't recall what this chef is cooking, but it is presumably not vegan.
It might be difficult to see, but this smiling head is spewing blood out of several improvised orifices.
A Robert Urich bangeroo type headache
Photo is a little too dark, but it looked nice in person
Hey! A scary clown pic for Bubs!
Various houses had aesthetically-pleasing lit-up warning signs over their front doors
On Saturday, we headed to a pumpkin patch a few miles from our house. It was as nice and pleasant as Freaky Frights was terrifying and horrific.
We took a hayride with the kids to get to our pumpkin.
Splotchy carries the 2008 family pumpkin, accompanied by the youngest Splotchling.