The Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze


An 18th-century riverside town in the haunted Hudson Valley, I got lost in a corn field, chased by pirates, caught in a web of spiders, felt haunted at a house, almost stomped on by fighting dinosaurs, attacked by a swarm of honey bees, and was stalked by disembodied heads. Can you brave a night time stroll through the 4000 carved pumpkins at the Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze? Watch out for the headless horseman in the next town over... hehehe..



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12 comments:

Murissa Maurice said...

Really impressive stuff! I can't wait to carve my own!

The Wanderfull Traveler
PS I am including you in a post at The Pop Culture Divas blog and I am using a photo from your site. I hope this is okay, a link will be provided to your site as well as to Vecu Magazine. The post will be up Wednesday

LORENA said...

of course Murissa!! thank you!! look forward to reading your post :-)

TexaGermaFinlaNadian said...

This is awesome!! I would love to see it one day. Had no idea it existed, so thanks for the heads up!

Sandra said...

Wow, this looks amazing!

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Villa Bisono said...

I can't believe I missed this....it looks amazing. WOWWWWWWWWW

Confessions of a Psycho Cat said...

I can't believe that all of this is made from pumpkins, looks amazing!

Amanne said...

Wow I have never seen anything like these. Gorgeous! I really like the pumpkins with the patterns. They look like Moroccan poufs.

Clara Turbay said...

Great and cool!

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Miss Vodka said...

This is awesome!

adele said...

Oh wow! This looks totally amazing, if not a little scary!!!!
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Pratishtha Durga said...

Wow, and I feel great when I manage to carve a face and eyes into a pumpkin! I am seriously impressed.

C. said...

definitely a must-see. Happy Halloween!

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