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Huge Halloween house haunts: Clark County goes ‘really big’

By Erin Middlewood, Columbian Managing Editor for Content
Published: October 24, 2021, 6:03am
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An animatronic plant monster waves its arms at Jim and Cecilia Mains' house on Franklin Street in Vancouver.
An animatronic plant monster waves its arms at Jim and Cecilia Mains' house on Franklin Street in Vancouver. (Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Jim Mains, already known for his home’s over-the-top Halloween decorations, wasn’t kidding when he said, “This year we wanted to go really big.”

His display at 4616 N.W. Franklin St., Vancouver, has overtaken three neighboring properties. It includes 12-foot skeletons, 12-foot inferno pumpkin monsters, a 7-foot dragon, brewing cauldrons, skeletons climbing a 25-foot flagpole, a 15-foot scarecrow, a creepy zombie pickup truck, and a huge spider spinning webs over the driveway.

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