Halloween is so close and the decorations are fantastic for Halloween. I never remember front lawns looking as impressive as they do now for Halloween.  

If you see some phenomenal yards that you think will scare us, email me I really want to get a list together like we do every year. - sue.moll@townsquaremedia.com.

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I love driving around the neighborhood like a Christmastime and seeing the decorations. Halloween has become so popular and some of you go nuts for Halloween and your decorations on your front lawn are just pure awesome.

Sue Moll, Townsquare Media
Sue Moll, Townsquare Media / FROM LAST YEAR IN BRICK
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We had some incredible houses last year from Toms River, Manchester, Brick, Bayville, and Forked River. I'd love to get as many houses as I can to add to my list. I'm hoping when I put the list together, it makes for a fun night with the family driving around Ocean County looking at some great Halloween displays.

Last year we had close to 10 different locations in Ocean County, which were just amazing. I have to be honest while driving to these locations, I was thinking...will they really be that good. I can't tell you how incredible they all looked. Scary, fun, and just so much fun for Halloween.

Our neighbors spend hours putting these displays together for our enjoyment, please be respectful when checking out their front yards. For some of them, you can get out of your car and walk around. I'm hoping this year will be the same.

Hopefully soon these houses will be ready to go. I know several of the decorated houses also helped out the community by collecting food for a local food pantry.

Email me those addresses and I'll make a list of some of the scary Ocean County front yards. - sue.moll@townsquaremedia.com.

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