| The Columbus Dispatch
With many of us having more time to haunt our own homes this year during the pandemic, fans of Halloween have had the opportunity to create some inventive and fun holiday scenes. But what fun is haunting if there’s no one to haunt?
To spread their holiday “spirit,” several Dispatch readers have agreed to share their Halloween fun this season.
Carroll Bowman and her husband Joe, both in their early 70s, have lived on their horse farm between Gahanna and New Albany for nearly 40 years.
But only in the past few years has a spooky (or amusing, depending on your point of view) skeletal horse and rider been haunting the property.
And since the display is on a horse farm, the obvious question ensues.
“One woman, with her mother and daughter, pulled up and asked to take pictures,” Carroll Bowman recalled.