And this guy isn't just putting up a Beistle skeleton and calling it a day. According to the article from the Beacon Journal HERE:
Yep. Sounds like a Halloween Addict.
Ghosts, skulls, ghouls, spiders, rats, zombies, black roses and other devilish items intermingled with strings of orange, purple and black lights, 62 headstones and 13 large inflatables.
The headless horseman galloped toward the road, and a horse-drawn hearse with a skeleton inside marched across the yard while a ghoul played an organ in the background.
Some of the items have flashing lights, move or make sounds — including a large talking mannequin of Lurch from the Addams Family TV show.
As far as his mother-in-law goes, she's interviewed in the article proving it wasn't just an excuse to decorate early.
Seeeeeeeee? Halloween brings families together!
''This is all for her,'' he said.
[Clair] Turner watched from the garage with delight Monday afternoon as Hohne and his wife secured parts of the display.
''He's a wonderful son-in-law. It's beautiful. I was crying,'' Turner said.
I've been saying that for YEARS.