Golden Triangle prepares for Halloween
With Halloween nearing, spooky decorations have started appearing around homes the week of Oct. 15 throughout the Golden Triangle.
Cameron Herring places stakes in the ground to secure part of the spider web for a Halloween display on Oct. 18 in Columbus. Herring and his fiance Jody Denney set up a themed display each year. Last year was skeleton themed and this year’s theme is spiders. The two have set up hints on the side of the house to tease to next year’s theme.
Decorations sit on a shelf at the Community Benefit Committee’s haunted house on Oct. 15 at the Columbus Fairgrounds. The haunted house and haunted hayride will be open Oct. 25-26 and Oct. 30-31. Admission for the haunted house is $10 and the haunted hayride will cost $5.
Charlie and Angela Bennett stand on their front porch Oct. 18 in West Point. The two have been decorating their home for the holidays since 1995. Angela’s mother used to decorate their home when she was a child, a tradition she carried forward as she started a family of her own.
String lights illuminate decorations on Angela and Charlie Bennett’s porch Oct. 18 in West Point. The two settled on a witch themed porch for this year’s Halloween season.
Jane Jordan decorates for the Community Benefit Committee’s haunted house on Oct. 15 at the Columbus Fairgrounds. Jordan and her husband Bo own the fairgrounds and opened their doors for the event, which will raise money for the bike drive for children in Lowndes County.
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