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    Halloween in Hudson, Fl.
    Year: 2007     Holiday: Halloween     Shared by: pamR
    Here is our Halloween display for 2007. My Husband and I went all out this year. We got an animated lighting program. We started planning and building in August/September. We built pheunmatic/animated props.
    We had a animated witch stirring her couldron and grave poppers!
    Oh, inside we had a few Breen trees too!
    Click any picture to see it full size.
    Display at daytime
    Display at daytime
    garage/crypt
    garage/crypt
    Krinkles tree
    Krinkles tree
    small medallion tree
    small medallion tree
     
    Fall Breens
    Fall Breens
    Large Tree
    Large Tree
    Mid section of tree
    Mid section of tree
    Upper section of tree
    Upper section of tree
     
    animated Wtich closeup
    animated Wtich closeup
    Yard at Night
    Yard at Night
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