posted on Oct, 18 2013 @ 08:36 PM
I guess this year I've been seeing a bit more in the news about controversial Halloween displays or perhaps they are just more reported?
Indeed the question would be, did they go to far? Does authority have the right or people in protests to tell them that they should remove the
Here's others in example,
Gravestones with light witty eulogy messages lining the man's driveway/stone yard to the sides of it that neighbors find disturbing-sorry can't find
link but it may have been on DMail, I don't see that as much of a problem, not even to mention it's done for Halloween.
However this(Dmail used because of images included),
- Sorry if violates T&C here.
An Oklahoma man took his love of Halloween pranks a step too far when he staged a realistic- looking crime scene in his driveway, complete
with bloody corpses, prompting his neighbors to call 911.
The people made up that had accidents, the blood adding to the gore as opposed to the fake bodies minus blood, which have been popular in years, such
as fake arms and legs sticking out of trunks.
Being someone who is all for Halloween decor and theatrics of it, that display just seems a bit much because how realistic it is, and now days that
just may be pushing it.
If you compare the OP story "'It's making children cry':" to the aboves realistic bodies, the decor seems quite tame with the "zombie corpses".