Halloween Decorations

Whether you're going for full-on frights or just spooky-cute vibes, these outdoor pieces will take your Halloween aesthetic to the next level.
Angela Nava just wanted to provide levity, but the homeowners association found the decorations "inappropriate."
This isn't a trick, just a treat — we found Halloween decor that you don't have to store away after Oct. 31.
Police in Tennessee do not want to hear about it.
Enjoy, laugh, eat and have a ghoulishly frightful holiday! Boo!
After my grandfather died, my grandmother took a ceramics class. She got out of it exactly what she needed -- distraction, friendship, and a sense that she could be happy and engaged once again. Grandma made more than a dozen pieces, and not too long ago, I did something I thought I'd never do: I gave them a creepy Halloween makeover.