Almost every neighborhood has one -- that house that transforms each October from an ordinary home into a ghoulish scene, full of monsters, severed limbs and massive spiders.
The people behind these freaky homes are called haunters, and for many it's a labor of love for all things Halloween that brings them to spend hours, days and even weeks bringing their spine-tingling yards to life. Here's a look at three haunters and their displays from around the country.
Bonnie Dobkin has been a fan of all things creepy, freaky, and paranormal for years, so much so that she actually lived with the likes of a vampire, witch and voodoo priestess as part of a SyFy Channel reality show called "Mad Mad House." She brings some of that creepy black humor to the busy street where she lives in a Chicago suburb.
"I try to set it up so that after being creepy it makes me laugh, which probably means I'm somewhat twisted," Dobkin said.
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