'Appetite For Construction': Winchester House Goes Big For ‘Spooky’ Season

Photo: James Rojas/WBZ NewsRadio

WINCHESTER, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — It is officially “spooky” season, but for one Winchester resident, it started well over a month ago.

Jon Swan has been working on his elaborate Halloween decorations since late August. Swan said he has been going big for Halloween for years.

“We like to have the entire month of October open to trick-or-treating, so we’ve already had people come by,” said Swan.

In front of the Swan house stands an army of the dead, including a Guns N' Roses-themed giant skeleton band, werewolf security guards, flying witches, and more. Swan was hard at work Monday morning, trying to add one of the final touches.

“I’m out here before I’ve got to take my kids to school trying to get an eight-foot spider done,” said Swan.

Swan’s neighbors always look forward to his latest designs, even offering more space on their lawns.

His advice for anyone looking to go big this Halloween is to get creative, have a theme and get your family involved.

WBZ's James Rojas (@JamesRojasMMJ) reports.

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