Fake, dead bodies in Halloween display look so realistic, woman calls 911
MUSTANG, Okla. — An Oklahoma man is defending the very realistic Halloween display he created in his driveway, even though it looks too genuine to some who drive by it.
Johnnie Mullins said his kids wanted to decorate for Halloween…. “So that’s what we did. Just trying to scare people,” he said. (Hear from him in the video player below.)
Mullins stuffed clothing with pillows and made it look like two people were killed in his driveway.
Someone even called 911.
“I was just driving by and it looked like his head was closed in the garage door,” said the 911 caller.
Others aren’t happy about what they see either.
“My heart about came out of my chest. I thought, ‘Oh my God,'” said a woman named Rebecca. “It infuriated me because there are so many children that go up and down that block and if I thought it was real, I can only imagine what a child would think.”
A city inspector from Mustang came out to Mullins’ house after the complaints, but said Mullins had broken no laws with his display.