Halloween, Imagination and Memories for Life...
From the earliest age that I can remember, Halloween has always brought with it the greatest memories of fear, joy, excitement and wonder. At the early age of 5, I remember trick-or-treating in my neighborhood, running to each house to gather candy and see what great decorations people have put out. I still remember the house on the corner that opened their double-car garage only to reveal the real casket and vampires’ scene to all passers-by. As people would approach, fog would venture out and the imaginations of parents and children alike would be captivated by the display of a vampire exiting his coffin. For at least 2 years, I ran like a baby to get away before the vampire would get me, only to return each year anticipating the next appearance. Finally I would venture all the way up the driveway to the vampire's mistress to get my candy and then slowly walk away, never losing sight of the vampire in his lair. The awe and amazement of the creations of the many neighbors, boosted my imagination, and influenced a life-long love for creating the art of Halloween in my own décor. These early events set the stage for later years where I would decorate my parent’s garage with zombies, werewolves, witches, ghosts, vampires, and every figment of character known to relate to Halloween. People drive by slowly, gazing at the efforts of what many would deem insane...yet the lines of people on Halloween night prove that Halloween remains to be a night of pure enjoyment still, for both parents and children alike. This website is dedicated to all those people, who enjoy everything that is Halloween. To all those that create imaginations of awe and wonder in their screams and laughter; to all those crazed Halloween-fanatics (like myself) that do what we do, for the fun, thrills, and joy we see in the eyes of the children and parents that venture forward into the scare.