If you feel like Halloween is dragging on this year, just be glad you're not one of the West Houston residents that has been tormented by their neighbor's terrifying yard decorations.
While some homeowners are content to put a pumpkin on the stoop, a trash bag tarantula in the yard or a friendly ghost on the flagpole, one Thornwood family wanted to celebrate All Hallows' Eve with a full-scale Haunted Valley Cemetery in the front yard.
Dismembered body parts, scary masks and figures sprawled across the grassy lawn in various states of undead is a sight that not all of the community is embracing.
That translates to bloody sheets, dismembered body parts, scary masks and figures sprawled across the grassy lawn in various states of undead, a gruesome sight that not all of the community is embracing.
Some neighbors took to the local news to vent their frustrations — one was so brazen as to call the decorations "disturbing" — but others think that the scary scene "makes the neighborhood different."
"We get hundreds of kids on Halloween here. And most of them spend 15 to 20 minutes here taking pictures with their families," Shannon Latil, who lives in the controversial home with the spooky display, tells KPRC.
Watch the full report — and see the spooky yard decorations in action — here.