LOS LUNAS, N.M. (KRQE) - A metro area Halloween display is really something to scream about.
Abner Hernandez, a corrections officer, has been putting up a display at his Los Lunas home for nine-years. The display is equipped with around 20 homemade ghouls and goblins and well over 1,000 lights.
"It takes me from October 1st to I'll be setting up until tomorrow," Hernandez said.
Hernandez says he will get more than 200 people who stop by and see his setup Halloween night.
He is not sure how much the whole thing has cost him, because he adds on to it every year.
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