Busloads of people will flow into the Old Brooklyn neighborhood this Halloween, and for good reason. The number of people who decorate their houses in Old Brooklyn (which is really just an area of Cleveland), is higher than most neighborhoods combined. From the spectacular Heggs House of Horror on Merl Avenue, to the life size Transformers on Wichita Avenue there is reason enough to visit this special neighborhood.
The Heggs House of Horror on Merl Avenue between West 14th Street and Broadview Avenue (the display my dad has been putting on for more than a decade) certainly fuels the Halloween spirit with countless animated characters, special effects and beautiful lighting.
Giant Pirate Ship on Cook Avenue between West 14th Street and Broadview Avenue
Transformers on Wichita Avenue between Pearl and Fulton Road. From 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. nightly, you can catch the Transformers all lit up, with music from the movie playing.
Houses on West 14th Street and West 19th Street, off of Merl Avenue