Halloween fan who was told to tone down Stevenage display planning horror maze

James Creighton outside his Halloween house in Grove Road, Stevenage

James Creighton outside his Halloween house in Grove Road, Stevenage - Credit: Archant

As children head out for trick or treating tonight (Thursday), one Halloween fan has already got his sights on next year’s festivities.

James Creighton, whose Halloween-themed house in Grove Road, Stevenage, has caused controversy after police told him to tone it down, has now made almost £2,200 for Cancer Research from his ghoulish display.

But the 25-year-old is already making plans for next year – a walk-through horror maze in his back garden.

He said: “Next year I’ve actually got something totally different planned. I’m not going to do something outside the front but in the back garden. I plan to do a kind of walk through horror maze.

“I’ve started planning already and I imagine it will take about two months to build.”


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