There’s No Halloween House In The World Like This One In West Virginia

It all started in 1978. The owner of a historic Victorian house in Kenova, West Virginia decided to decorate for Halloween with 5 pumpkins. Over the years, the number of pumpkins grew, until soon there were over 3000 pumpkins each year! The house became a tourist attraction, and soon the whole town got into the spirit of Halloween.

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The towns of Ceredo and Kenova celebrate “Autumnfest” at the end of October. Click here to see more of the activities available around the towns.

For more exciting Halloween fun in West Virginia, check out these haunted house attractions.