Acushnet Family Projects a Spooky Show Each Night for the Neighborhood to Enjoy
Houses all over the SouthCoast are decked out with skeletons, pumpkins, and cobwebs for the spooky season, but one Acushnet family decided to get a little more creative.
Thomas Gomes has transformed his Acushnet home into a scary spectacle, courtesy of a simple projector that brings scary scenes to life.
Halloween Projection Display in Acushnet
“Thomas loves Halloween,” said his wife, Kera Burba. “Every year he would get more inflatables and they just didn’t fit (with) what he wanted. He wanted more.”
Gomes began researching different ways on how he could elevate his décor. He has “Billy Bones”, the 12-foot skeleton, but this season, Billy needed company.
He came across Christmas scene projections and he loved the idea, so he went on a deep dive for Halloween scenes.
“He found a huge amount of fun (Halloween) things to download and make into an active, scary little show,” said Burba.
What Visitors Can Expect
Anchored in the front yard of 44 Wing Road sits a large projection screen that works as the canvas for a bunch of different Halloween scenes and characters, like the Headless Horseman, Ghosts, and flying witches.
Creepy music and scary laughs accompany the scene that plays every night from sundown to around 11 p.m., setting the tone for a spooky evening in Acushnet.
The family also has a few plans up their sleeves for Friday the 13th, involving a scary movie on the big projector screen.
Scary times have crept onto Wing Road in Acushnet, and the family at 44 Wing Road encourages Halloween lovers to pull over and soak it all in.
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