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This Massive ‘Jack-O’-Lantern Blaze’ Will Put Your Halloween Plans To Shame

There are all sorts of ways you can get intothe spooky Halloween spirit.

You can go pumpkin picking with bae, hit up a scary haunted house or, you know, visit a magical manor thats filled with a mind blowing amount ofimpressive jack-o-lanterns.

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Allow me to introduce you to the Great Jack OLantern Blaze.

Each year, a team of dedicated artists and volunteers turn the grounds of Van Cortlandt Manor in Croton-On-Hudson (a suburb of NYC) into a festive Halloween scene by transforming thousands of pumpkins into spooky jack-o-lanterns that look lit AF.

The jack-o-lanterns are used to make a variety ofmesmerizing sculptures that range from skeletons and witches to monsters and ghosts that come life once the sun goes down.

If youwalk through the flickering pumpkin arch inVan Cortlandt Manor

youll immediately find yourself in a spooky pumpkin-filled world that is like no other.

This mesmerizing manor may look like something straight out of Halloweentown

But dont let the abundance of scary Halloween creatures fool you

itsjust the annual Great Jack OLantern Blaze.

Each year, a team of talented artists painstakinglycarve 10,000 pumpkins

and turn them into all sorts of next level jack-o-lanterns in honor of Halloween.

The stunningpumpkin sculpturesfeatureeverything from beguiling bee hives

And frightening flowers

To spooky spider webs

and whimsical witches.

This years enchanting installation alsohas a pumpkinrendition of the Tapanzee bridge

And a headless horseman-inspired covered bridge

That houses an insane pumpkin planetarium

filled with a dazzling display of shooting stars.

Plus, there are also prehistoric pumpkin creatures

Dreadful monsters from the deep

Haunted Halloween trains

and spine-chilling skeletons that will put the jack-o-lantern on your front stoop to shame.

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