Brooklyn Park Resident Turns House into ‘Psychotic Bliss Asylum’ for Halloween
Cory Hoffarth transformed his home on West River Road in Brooklyn Park into what he calls the ‘Psychotic Bliss Asylum.’
“I like the more sinister kind-of feel,” said Hoffarth, who says he had 554 kids make it to the door of his home for candy last year.
But some kids don’t make it to the door, thanks to the dozens of scary decorations on the house and in the yard. There are dead gnomes, dead dogs, jack-o-lanterns, skeletons, and more.
Hoffarth says the project is a ‘family thing’ as his four kids helped set it up.
“To introduce it and have it so popular in the community, that’s cool,” said Hoffarth, who says news of the house has spread through word of mouth.