Welcome to Our Halloween
Page for 2021. I've been wanting to do a "It's a Small Zombie World After All"
Halloween display for a while. I made six pairs of Zombie kids all dressed in
costumes, and are all playing with their food! Some raise their arms to bring
body parts to their face, some move the body parts from side-to-side like eating
corn on the cob (we called this leg-on-a cob), some lift the body parts up to
present them to the Trick-or-Treaters, some just sway from side-to-side, and
others do the Can-Can! The countries/regions/peoples represented are: Mexico,
China, Japan, Russia, Native American, Africa. Note the word "Brains" on the
signs below the Zombie kids in their native languages. Thanks to Skippy for his
fantastic zombie heads. Also, a special thanks to my niece and her family for
the G.O.A.T. (Greatest Of All Time) Zombie Goat ever made. He is located on the
roof overhead as the Trick-or Treaters come up onto the porch. A spotlight shows
him off. The goat is a homage to the goats on the hill-tops in the original
The pumpkin man sings a
Death Metal version of "It's a Small World After All" while the Zombie kids do
their thing. This excellent original song version was recorded by my nephew Zach
and his band. Thank you guys! There are a couple of Skeletons stuck on a rocking
Small World boat while a projected video of the ride is playing for them to
We created a graveyard on
the right side of the walkway. A couple of body parts pop up from behind some tombstones. We brought back the tilting and rocking tombstones
and the Billy Butcherson (Hocus Pocus) tombstone.
Three Rising Light-up Pumpkins and the Creature in the Coffin returned this
year. The Spider
still travels his web from top to bottom. This year the Green Monster is caught
in the spider web. Black lights add
ambiance, Halloween lights and carved pumpkins add to the festivities.
It takes lots of string
lights, lots of pneumatics (two compressors), lots of cylinders,
lots of relays,
lots of extension cords, multiple amplifiers and speaker sets, and lots and lots of time to create the show. The show is run by a Light-O-Rama 24-channel control
system. Rach did the LOR programming. Check out the pictures and videos below.
There are YouTube
links to different portions of the display and show below.
Follow the links
at the bottom of this page to view our previous Halloween Pages.
Click on the Little
Thumbnail Pictures Below to see a Bigger Picture.