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Deck the yard with bones and pumpkins - SLIDESHOW

October 28, 2007|By JULIE E. GREENE

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While Mother Nature is doing her part to add color to the Tri-State area, many residents are adding their own autumnal or spooky flair to their homes.

Betty Krause has a a plastic skeleton with eyes that light up hanging from her Funkstown home's front door light.

Then there are the two huge sets of red eyes peering out of the large eerie skulls in the family's front windows on East Chestnut Street, at top of page.

The skulls are part of big, window-size plastic sheets the family bought at Martin's Food Market, Krause said.

Here's a look at some other fall or Halloween decor.

 





Photo by Ric Dugan
Autumn and Halloween decorations are on display at this Virginia Avenue home near Halfway.

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Photo by Yvette May
South Prospect Street in Hagerstown is guarded by a ghost last week.

Photo by Yvette May
This garden on Lakin Avenue in Boonsboro might require determined weeding.

Photo by Joe Crocetta
Some fall decorations come naturally. Autumn colors are in full swing on Blairs Valley Road near Whitetail Golf Resort, south of Mercersburg, Pa., in this Oct. 19 photo.

Photo by Yvette May
These skulls are part of big, window-size plastic sheets hanging in Betty Krause's windows in Funkstown.

Photo by Joe Crocetta
An inflatabled biker keeps an eye on - or, uh, an eye socket on - motorists traveling on Pennsylvania Avenue near Maugans Avenue.

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