Mayor Ric Griffith of Kenova, West Virginia decorates his house with thousands of jack-o-lanterns every Halloween.
Griffith opens up his house to hundreds of volunteers who scoop out seeds and carve the pumpkins. The drawings are done for volunteers who only have to carve the designs. So no two pumpkins in the display are alike.
This year three thousand pumpkins in total, each uniquely carved by hundreds of volunteers who work almost around the clock until the last pumpkin takes the stage and the people can sit back and enjoy the show.