A haunted home at 2298 York offered a deliciously, fiendish display of creatures and ghoulish details, winning first place in Cooper-Young’s 2013 Great Pumpkin Halloween Decorating Contest.
Eileen Castine & Ricci Mundy won for their use of creative lighting and weird, demented characters, including a creepy clown and others that defy explanation, the Cooper-Young Community Association said.
The second place winner this year was a home at 1859 Oliver, which featured an extensive graveyard, fog machine, and what appeared to be a murderer lurking in the darkness.
The third place winner was a home at 797 Meda that featured an elaborate lighting display, with bones trying to escape their grave, and an actual, living Dracula there to scare us to death.
Happy Halloween from Cooper-Young!