This haunted Halloween house in Prospect Park South/Ditmas Park is frightening all of its neighbors this holiday season!
Located at the corner of Albemarle Road and Argyle Roadhe, this Victorian Queen Anne-style house house is adorned with what seems to be hundreds of Halloween decorations. Skeletons climb the exterior of the house, spider webs cover the lawn, and ghosts greet you on the porch. Gravestones peek out from the bushes as zombie children are even found swinging together from the porch roof.
And it’s long been a favorite spooky spot for New Yorkers!
The enormous wrap-around porch is decorated with eerie portraits of haunted clowns, as spine-chilling statues including witches, goblins, reapers, and skeletons guard the perimeter. One clown statue even has a “free hugz” sign attached to its horrific body that no one would risk giving a big squeeze to for fear of their life!
Other figures move and have beaming red eyes. Audible warnings are projected around the house spooking anyone who dares to go near the building.
A body falls from the second story window and skeletal hands break the lawn’s surface threatening to rise from the dead.
According to the NY Post, the house is owned by award-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire and his wife. You can see what he has to say about their over-the-top decorations here.
The house even lights up at night into a massive display of Halloween horror! If you’re looking for a scare, this house is sure to spook…especially on Halloween night!
Find it at: 1306 Albemarle Road, Brooklyn