Dyker Heights resident transforms home into haunted attraction

One home in Dyker Heights is taking Halloween decorations to a whole new level.



For years, resident Anthony George has been turning his home into a Halloween experience.



He calls his haunted house, located on 79th Street, "Dyker Frights."



George says that the haunted house has been a project of his for 12 years.



George is a graphic designer and uses his more than 20 years of experience to turn his home and neighbors' homes into art.



He says it takes him about a week to build and something he wishes he could keep up all year.


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