As Halloween displays are getting bigger and bigger, so is the creativity at least from two men in Muskegon, Michigan, who may have built their own spooky field of dreams.

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I remember being a kid growing up in Southeast Michigan and while trick or treating you would see pumpkins on porches and the occasional corn stalks or bales of hay for Halloween decorations and that was about it.

Nowadays, Halloween displays are bigger than Christmas displays. The video above is the most extreme display I have ever seen but the coolest ever using drones and professional stage lighting in the theme of Metallica and the series Stranger Things.

Two Muskegon Men Combine Halloween and Sports for Their Home Display

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You have to give these guys some credit for creativity with skeletons playing football and other sports themes for their Halloween display at home.

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Gary Gibson and John Edlund of Muskegon have been making their Halloween display bigger and bigger each year with the intent for more trick-or-treaters to come by as well as ad some fun to their community. Looks like the two have succeeded.

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Gibson and Edlund feature skeletons playing baseball, football, basketball, polo and so much more.

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According to WZZM if you would like to see the display it is locatedon Lakeshore Drive in Muskegon and rumor has it they are giving out full size candy bars for those trick-or-treating in the area. Check out the tour below.

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