NORTH ROYALTON, Ohio - Robert and Bev Futo have worked on their Halloween display since the late seventies. This year they say it will be their last.
"We're Halloween hoarders and we can't do it any more," said Bev Futo.
The elaborate display has delighted trick-or-treaters and residents of North Royalton driving by each year, there is a sign at the end of the Futo driveway that reads, "pull in," to help possible traffic slow-ups on busy Wallings Road.
Not a Christmas-decorating family, Robert said it's all about Halloween. "It's too cold during the winter for decorating, so we do it all in the fall when it's 70 degrees out and the leaves are falling. It's a great time to decorate."
The Futos enlist their children and grandchildren to help with the display, but Bev and Robert are both the brains and the creative artists behind almost all of the displays.
Bev's health has been a problem for the Futos giving it their all the past few years, so this will be their last year with such a large display.
It can be seen almost immediately on Wallings Road in North Royalton as drivers travel west from Ridge Road.
The display can been seen on the 7000 block of Wallings Road.
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