I live in Manhattan and some of my neighbors are OTT (Over The Top in theaterspeak) about Halloween decorations. It feels like every corner I round, a ghoul, witch, or skeleton pops out and scares the h*ck out of me—sorry for cursing. It isn't even Mischief Night yet and I'm washing fake spiderwebs and pumpkin spice-scented glitter out of my (flawless) hair. But I get it: for some people, Halloween is important. Like, really really important - and they accordingly go all out with their ornamental visions. It's truly something to behold.
Twitter user Sami Campagno (@sami_grayce) is broadcasting to the world her neighbors' Halloween decorations, and the ever-changing tableaus they create using them. This skeleton family has a whole life that's illustrated by putting them in different scenarios every day.