This New Orleans Halloween decorated house (better known as Ghost Manor) offers one of the best walk-up streetside displays available to the public.
This old Victorian sits on the corner of Magazine and Second Street.
With over 61 pumpkins in their pumpkin patch, passersby can catch a glimpse of this amazing display on their next visit to the most haunted city in America!
YouTube personality NOLADEEJ was kind enough to film an entire walkthrough of the performance – scroll down to watch the whole video.
Outdoor Halloween Decorated House Comes To Life At Ghost Manor
By day, it looks like a typical New Orleans Victorian home.
Walk a bit closer and see this house is anything but ordinary…
These awesomely decorated fenceposts line the front yard to keep out intruders!
Skeleton spiders spin thick webs as bats get some shuteye before the show…
Ghost Manor’s caretakers have taken ghostly precautions to ensure all visitors stay up to date on social media!
As the sun goes down, the fog rolls in…
…and the evening comes alive with lights and illuminated pumpkins!
Decorations line the streets so everyone knows where to find Halloween treats!
The show starts by drawing attention to the upper level…
You can see ghosts being released into the attic!
A fantastic digital fire effect takes over the entire upstairs!
I love how they faded the fire effect in rooms farthest from the source window – very realistic!
Animatronic skeletons narrate the night and break out in song so it’s not such a fright! (I’m trying here…)
Don’t you love these pumpkins?
This single creepy pumpkin has my attention!
Digital skeleton decorations break out into a fully choreographed Thriller dance, and they’re fantastic!
There’s something so wonderfully creepy about bellowing fog in the cemetery…
Such a great show!
Check out the entire walkthrough from start to finish below!
Kudos to NOLADEEJ for providing excellent footage with closeups!
Our big thanks to NOLADEEJ for sharing this awesome show with us! And also to Ghost Manor for wowing us with their love of Halloween!
What did you think of the show?
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