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Olmsted Falls man who gained national attention for massive skeleton display last Halloween has new tricks up his sleeve for 2022

His epic Halloween display is also used to raise money for St. Jude's.

OLMSTED FALLS, Ohio — Alan Perkins has done it again!

After getting national attention for his massive skeleton-themed Halloween display on River Road in Olmsted Falls last year -- including coverage on NBC's TODAY -- Perkins has crafted new monstrous creations for his 2022 decorations.

So what tricks and treats are up his sleeve for Halloween this year?

When he couldn’t find any of the popular eight-foot pumpkin stacks from Home Depot this year, Perkins decided to make his own epic pumpkin piece.

“Just making the top pumpkin from the stack. "It came out to about 11 feet tall and 8 foot wide," he shared during the construction process on the Cleveland Haunt Club Facebook page.

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Editor's note: Video in the player above features footage from a previous Halloween season inside the Blood Prison haunted house at the Mansfield Reformatory.

His huge skeletons have also returned for this year’s display.

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Hey, maybe even Star Trek actor George Takei will take notice again...

This guy has seriously won Halloween.

Posted by George Takei on Tuesday, October 19, 2021

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