Minnesota Moment: Celebrating Halloween with 'Terrors on 10th' on Richfield

Updated: October 24, 2019 10:25 PM

It's a neighborhood that takes Halloween to another level.

We stopped by "Terrors on 10th" at 71st Street and 10th Avenue in Richfield. 


A group of neighbors started the display a few years ago and it's grown ever since.

Their yards are full of creepy dolls, skulls, and clowns, and they're having a preview this weekend, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

However, the full show with all the actors will be on Halloween.

They've nicknamed it "the Karnicus," which they explained is just a combination of carnival and circus, but sounds ominous and appropriate.

It's all free, and the best part is these neighbors do it simply because they love Halloween.

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