It’s fright night at Hal­loween house

Macclesfield Express - - THE LAUGHING BADGER -

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

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