CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Halloween is a really big deal to Paul and Cathy Masterson. If you don’t believe it, just check out their front yard.
What You Need To Know
- The Mastersons have been transforming their front yard into a spooky scene for seven years
- It's located at 38 Bennett Ridge Road in the Briar Chapel community
- It's free to see, but the couple collects donations for Carolina Animal Rescue and Adoption (CARA)
The couple has been going all out on their frightful front yard display for the last seven years. Each year, they add more and change things up with a smoke machine, animatronics, life-size characters and spooky music.
Each night of October from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., their display comes to life. It’s free of charge, however, the couple collects donations for the Carolina Animal Rescue and Adoption, known as CARA in Lee County.
You can find the spooky scene at 38 Bennett Ridge Road in the Briar Chapel community.
After Halloween night, the Masterson’s take a four week “break” before their Christmas display goes live on Dec. 1.