My Home Haunts

My home haunt may be modest but I try to bring a level of artistry, lighting, and theatrics that will make Halloween memorable for our neighborhood. We average about 350 trick 'r treaters every year not counting their parents and friends who gather on our driveway. My decor has evolved over the years as I moved from store bought props to made-from-scratch props that I build. I've gone from working by myself to having a few good fiends who all pitch in, climb the roof, unload boxes, and make many trips to the home improvement store.

Sam Saves Halloween 2020
Day of the Dead 2019
Monster House 2018
Noche de los Muertos 2017
Dia de Los Muertos 2016
Hekate Returns 2015
Spider Attack 2014
The Witching Hour 2013
All Hallow's Wedding 2012
Zombie Earl 2011
Black Magic 2010
The Evil Starecrow 2009
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The Early Years 2003-2008

Every story has a beginning and this is where my passion for Halloween took hold – in a haunted San Francisco flat and a suburban home next to a cemetery and down the street from the Winchester Mystery House! With just some simple decor here and there, this humble start led to what would become a major hobby ...and website ...and blog.

Redwood Avenue of Horrors
2008 San Jose
Redwood Avenue of Horrors
2007 San Jose
Redwood Avenue of Horrors
2006 San Jose
Redwood Avenue of Horrors
2005 San Jose
Haunting on McAllister Street
2004 San Francisco
Haunting on McAllister Street
2003 San Francisco
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