Halloween house

This intimidating clown and menacing divination hand are among the myriad Halloween decorations put up by Drew Granger in the yard of his family home at 75 N. Main St. in Halifax.

When passing by 75 N. Main St. in the town of Halifax, it is hard not to stop and marvel at the fantastical Halloween decorations in the yard.

It’s a mini Halloweentown in one of the most frequently traveled stretches of town.

Halloween house

Jack Skellington of “A Nightmare Before Christmas” and a green goblin are among the Halloween decorations that will greet trick-or-treaters Monday evening at the Grangers’ residence at 75 N. Main St. in Halifax.

Halloween house

A sinister-looking inflatable clown with a “Happy Halloween” message is among the characters in the Granger family’s yard in downtown Halifax this year. The family is known for its elaborate Halloween decorations.

Halloween house

The skeletal driver of this ominous pumpkin carriage is one of the Halloween decorations in the Granger family’s yard on North Main Street in the town of Halifax.

Halloween house

The Grangers’ yard at 75 N. Main St. in the town of Halifax features an array of Halloween decorations including inflatable clowns and ghosts, and orange and purple lights. Drew Granger decorated the yard this year, carrying on the tradition started by his late father Bill Granger.

Halloween house

This terror-inspiring gigantic spider with glowing eyes is one of the sights that greets visitors at Drew Granger’s Eye Scream Halloween trail in the yard of his family’s home on North Main Street in Halifax.

Miranda Baines is a staff writer for The Gazette-Virginian. Contact her at mbaines@gazettevirginian.com.

Miranda Baines is a staff writer for The Gazette-Virginian. Contact her at mbaines@gazettevirginian.com.