Some families really take their outdoor Halloween decorations to incredible levels, this family has created a level of their very own.
Earlier this week, I wrote about a couple families around the Rockford area that have some very elaborate outdoor Halloween decorations. One home had an extremely cool synchronized light and video display, the other family filled their yard with several creepy horror movie characters.
Both of those families displays were outstanding
A caller to The Steve Shannon Show the morning I shared the houses above, told me about a family in Machesney Park that turns their whole yard into a free haunted house-type attraction.
Welcome to the Arvidson Tunnel of Terror... Will You Make It Out Alive?
All the excitement is happening at the corner of Arvidson Drive and Cameo Drive in Machesney Park.
Take a look at what lurks in the dark.
The most important piece of information about the ArvidsonTunnel of Terror
You only have a few days to enjoy it.
Tunnel of Terror dates and times:
Friday, October 29 7-10 p.m.
Saturday, October 30 7-10 p.m.
Halloween night 5-8 p.m.
Remember, your trip through the Tunnel of Terror is absolutely free. Be sure to give them a 'like' on Facebook.
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