It’s fright night at Halloween house
AFAMILY of horror fans pulled out all the stops to spook neighbours during Halloween.
Angela Stewart’s home on Priory Lane was transformed into a set from the Walking Dead for the spooky holiday, drafting in her kids and grandson to help complete the look.
Angela, who used her skills as a nail technician to come up with suitably scary designs, said: “Every year were well known for decorating our house. We do it for the trick or treaters we love choosing different themes - this year we chose the Walking Dead.
“We attracted a lot of attention!”
Angela drafted in help from son Jack, 18, who helped make the displays, daughter Racheal, 32, who dressed as a nurse zombie, and fiveyear-old grandson Risley, who took on the role of Carl from the Walking Dead. They put up special lighting and used projectors to create a spooky atmosphere, while Rachel and family friend Samuel Maher dressed as ‘zombies’ scaring the older kids.
Jack and Angela Stewart dressed up as characters from The Walking Dead for their Halloween horror house.
Part of the transformation of the Priory Lane home Riley Stewart, five, as Carl from The Walking Dead
Samuel Maher helped bring the atmosphere on the night