Home Doll market See that terrifying “Killer Christmas” at a house in Manalapan, NJ

See that terrifying “Killer Christmas” at a house in Manalapan, NJ

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MANALAPAN – “Nightmare Before Christmas” has nothing on this Monmouth County home.

A Heather Drive house sparked a buzz on social media this month, with a self-billed “Killer Christmas” display in Manalapan, not far from Route 9.

Some of the Halloween-style props reused for the Christmas Tide decor include a giant skeleton Santa, spooky elves, Santa Claus with a reindeer vendetta, and a Brain Eating Bumble, among others.

There is also a Krampus – the mythical half-man, half-goat – who takes care of a child who behaves badly in a cage.

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It’s bound to be a polarizing display, arousing joy among those who appreciate its unconventional nature.

For those who are less fond of their Christmas elves like “Chucky”, this might be a stopover for the family visit to the neighborhood decorations.

Scroll down to see more, with photos courtesy of Sandra Lauren Photography.

NJ Killer Christmas House (courtesy Sandra Lauren Photography)
NJ Killer Christmas House (courtesy Sandra Lauren Photography)
NJ Killer Christmas House (courtesy Sandra Lauren Photography)
NJ Killer Christmas House (courtesy Sandra Lauren Photography)
NJ Killer Christmas House (courtesy Sandra Lauren Photography)
NJ Killer Christmas House (courtesy Sandra Lauren Photography)
NJ Killer Christmas House (courtesy Sandra Lauren Photography)
NJ Killer Christmas House (courtesy Sandra Lauren Photography)
NJ Killer Christmas House (courtesy Sandra Lauren Photography)
NJ Killer Christmas House (courtesy Sandra Lauren Photography)

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