BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - If you do your trick or treating outside, there’s nothing like coming up on a scary house. Every neighborhood has a house that goes all out with its Halloween decorations. One neighborhood in Tonawanda has four houses joining forces.
A neighbor said, "It started with my neighbor putting out a few items 14 years ago for his mother who was ill, and she could only see out the front window. Then his mother passed away, and I think his way of staying connected was he just kept expanding and expanding and eventually he ran out of room, and that's where we came in, he asked us if he could use some of our lawn, and it's grown to what you see now we've been part of it four or five years now so it's kind of blown up."
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