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This Halloween Display Moved Multiple People to Call the Cops

This is another level of spooky.

Credit: CBS DFW / Steven Novak

Brace yourselves, folks. It does not get much scarier than this. This man is so passionate about Halloween that he decided to create a blood bath in his front yard. Steven Novak created the ultimate fake crime in in front of his house for the spooky holiday.

The scene of multiple fake dead bodies with various real props and fake spewed blood everywhere caused some concerned onlookers to call the cops.  Apparently the fake blood is simply corn syrup, chocolate, and red food coloring. Check out the news clip with the gruesome décor below.

Wow! He is very proud of his work. Novak says of the decorations:

I don’t mind upsetting people a little bit and it’s just funny. I mean, anybody that doesn’t look at this and just crack up – there’s something wrong with them. 

Those are some strong words! Right after he said that the camera cut to the full-looking body bag. What do you think? Do you find this ‘just for laughs’ and creative or would you be uncomfortable walking down the street and stumbling upon a realistic crime scene? If you found this article interesting, check out this one on the ‘trumpkins’ people have created for Halloween. 

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