HASLETT, Mich. (WLNS) — Cheryl Underwood from Haslett wasn’t shy when it came to decorating for Halloween this year.
Her quick trip to get a few decorations transformed into a full fledged outing, including going to Home Depot at 3:00 a.m. in Grand Rapids. Underwood once drove four hours to Ohio to get a hearse as a prop.
She put thousands of lights outside her house and welcomed people to walk through the display.
Underwood told 6 News, the setup for Halloween is nothing compared to what she does for Christmas.
On Monday, when Halloween has passed, Underwood plans on taking the decorations down immediately and beginning on building her Christmas display.
Last year she estimated 17,000 visitors came to experience the display. Underwood also said she gave away over 3,000 M&M candy canes.
Underwood is welcoming those to come and enjoy the setup at 177 Damon Rd. Haslett, Mich.