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Hyde Park home transformed in ghoulish graveyard

The Messerich family started decorating for Halloween four years ago, and they've continued adding more and more to it every year since.

News 12 Staff

Oct 28, 2020, 11:27 AM

Updated 1,358 days ago

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A home in Dutchess County has transformed into a ghoulish graveyard in time for Halloween this Saturday.
The Messerich family started decorating for Halloween four years ago, and they've continued adding more and more to it every year since.
Many of the decorations on the front lawn on Netherwood Road in Hyde Park were made by hand. Anyone can stop to check out a herd of 21 zombies, 100 tombstones, clowns, witches, skeletons, horror movie characters and more. "Because I like Halloween. I've always loved Halloween. If you want a tour of it, come up and knock on the door, and I'll take you through at night. I got fog machines out here at night too, and it's all lit up at night," says Robert Messerich.
And if you think the Halloween scene is impressive, just wait until their Christmas decorations come out. Messerich says it's something you won't want to miss either. 


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