A New Orleans man is garnering a lot of attention for his over-the-top Halloween display.
While some may take offense to Vic Miorana's elaborate decor thanks to its early appearance in September (Halloween is coming earlier every year, after all) others have taken to the internet to express their distaste for its religious theming.
A haunt and Halloween enthusiast, Miorana's display this year has the typical skeletons, ghouls and gravestones in his yard, accompanied by some more controversial components, namely Satan holding the bloody severed head of a crucified Jesus surrounded by more gory, crucified figurines dressed as nuns and priests. Below them, a gravestone reads "Hilary's emails."
For Miorana, it's all in good Halloween fun. After a few neighbors shared photos of the display online calling it "blasphemous," however, he began receiving some negative attention on social media.