Haunted Halloween in Northeast Wisconsin Communities

Even in the midst of a year that lacks normalcy, elaborate Halloween decorations can still bring a smile to the faces of kids and adults alike. That is the logic that a couple of Northeast #Wisconsin households had when they set up this year’s decorations.

Green Bay:

On the corner of Roosevelt and Doty Street in #GreenBay, you will see a big display of Halloween fun. From creepy clowns, to haunting music, to a #COVID Candy Chute, this house has it all.

The owner calls it their Creepy Clown Circus and has their house decorated from shingles to foundation, with a lot of the decorations being in their yard as well. If you see some cool items that you want to use to decorate your house with next year, you are out of luck. Most of what is on display is uniquely homemade.


If you are looking for some good Halloween photo opportunities this year, head on over to #Menasha. The huge display of October fun is located at 1417 Southfield Drive and offers a wide variety of spooky sights.

At the front corner of the yard, there is a bench for people to get their pictures taken with skeletons, a graveyard, and a light display in the background. If you look further into the yard, you will see things like zombies, a pumpkin display, and a big blowup spider whose eyes are constantly moving.

The homeowner is asking that you please drop something in the donation box if you enjoy the display! Donations will go to one of their favorite charities: Saving Paws Animal Rescue. This nonprofit is located in #Appleton and is dedicated to rescuing lost, abandoned, and special needs animals and finding them a good adoptive home.

If you are unable to see this display, but would still like to donate to #SavingPaws, you can visit their website: https://www.savingpaws.com/.

Stay safe, stay warm, and have a Happy #Halloween from the team at #QAOM!

Halloween sights in Northeast Wisconsin for 2020.

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