It’s that time of year again when cobwebs are spun with pride, pumpkins grin with glee, and skeletons just can’t keep their bones together. Cara House is thrilled to announce its spine-tingling entry into the local Halloween Garden Competition for the second consecutive year.
Picture this: over four nights, brave souls and enthusiastic trick-or-treaters will embark on a haunting adventure through our eerily adorned garden. Yes, you read that correctly. Community visitors will follow a mystical map guiding them to the most hair-raising sights in town, and we’re proud to say that Cara House is one of them.
But what truly sets us apart from the other ghoulish gardens is our dazzling light-up spider web – a sight so bright that even arachnophobes will be begging for more. We’ve got giant light-up pumpkins that could light up a whole village, skeletons that have forgotten where they buried their treasure, and giant spiders that promise not to crawl into your dreams at night.
However, the real stars of this terrifying tableau are the three teenagers living at Cara House. These young maestros of the macabre have taken decorating to a whole new level. With their deft hands, they’ve conjured up a display that even Dr. Frankenstein would find impressive.
Our brave decorators have dared to challenge even the ghosts in their own game and transformed Cara House into a haunted haven that will give visitors the spooks for years to come.