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Gruesome Halloween Decoration Causes Stir

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MUSTANG, OKLAHOMA- Residents in Mustang, Oklahoma have recently been frightened by their neighbor, who they think goes a little too far with Halloween decorations.

Some have been so scared from the decorations; one neighbor even called 9-1-1, thinking the set up was real. Johnnie Mullins wanted to go all out with the decorations for his child.

"My kids wanted to decorate, so that's what we did," Mullins said. He says that he gets a thrill from scaring others.

"Just trying to scare people, that's what I like to do," Mullins said.

Neighbor Rebecca Fuentes was extremely startled at first glance of the stuffed body, laying in the driveway.

"My heart about came out of my chest. I thought, 'oh my God.' It infuriated me because so many children go up and down this block and if I thought it was real, I can only imagine what a child would think," Fuentes said.

Although residents think it might be too much, Johnnie says there is no such thing.

"It's Halloween. I don't think it's too far," Mullins said.

Planning on making more decorations to accompany his outside collection, Johnnie has more in store for those in his neighborhood. He says that he will be adding more dead bodies.

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