Corinna’s house is well-known during the spooky season with many keen to peep at the window and see what this year’s decorations have on offer.
“Seeing how other people enjoy it so much and knowing that there are kids every year who expect to see it through the window it makes me want to do it every year. It’s a lot of effort but for that it’s worth it.” said Corinna.
Corinna’s house is well-known during the spooky season with many keen to peep at the window and see what this year’s decorations have on offer. “Seeing how other people enjoy it so much and knowing that there are kids every year who expect to see it through the window it makes me want to do it every year. It’s a lot of effort but for that it’s worth it.” said Corinna.

'It all started with a pumpkin': A look inside this haunted Halloween house in Fife

Dubbed the ‘The Room of Frights’, Corrina Horne has decorated a room in her house to the monstrous max over the last 10 years for Halloween.

Friday, 30th October 2020, 9:53 pm
Updated Monday, 9th November 2020, 3:58 pm

A secluded room with a window facing out to the street on the ground floor of a house in Kincardine makes the perfect place for Halloween enthusiast, Corinna Horne, to showcase her frighteningly fantastic decor which she hopes children and adult onlookers will enjoy.

Bursting with spooky features, including skillfully carved pumpkins and authentically crafted skeletons Corinna herself made, this room is all a Halloween-fanatic could ever want.

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