Halloween is just 30 days away and a special house in West Virginia is getting ready for the festivities, as it will be decorated with 3,000 jack o’ lanterns.
To get ready for the community’s autumn festival, people bring thousands of carved pumpkins to the “Pumpkin House,” which happens to be a huge white colonial-style home with a wraparound porch.
And, of course, the pumpkins will be lit for all to see.
The tradition started in 1978, with only 4 pumpkins on display.
And now, the number has grown to 3,000 -- and the spectacle of those pumpkins at that house attracts 30,000 visitors each year. (WFTS-TV)