An undead couple celebrating their marriage, ghosts, cobwebs and all manner of spooky creatures have come out of hiding in the leadup to Halloween.
Nicole Wade moved to Forest Hill 18 months ago and decked out her home for October 31.
"I had so much fun with it last year, I thought I would do it again this year," she said.
"I have always wanted to do it, but where I lived before in Hay, no one was really into it, so I just did big Christmas decorations.
"Since moving here, though, I thought 'I can go all out now'."
To create her collection, Ms Wade has spent the last month collecting various items, whether they be clothing from secondhand shops or crafting necessities such as cardboard.
"Whenever an idea popped in my head, I would just start to make it," she said.
"I made virtually everything out there. I love creating, and with what we have been going through, people need a bit of cheer.
"Everyone is welcome to come down and have a look, adults and kids alike."
Ms Wade said passers-by had loved the set-up, with many pulling over to take pictures.
"I had this gentleman out the front today who was taking pictures, and I came out and told him 'come into the garden and have a proper look'," she said.
"He replied 'I will, but help me encourage my wife to come out the car'."
Most of the items scattered around the Allonby Avenue home have been made by Ms Wade, using the art as a way to channel her artistic energy.
Ms Wade is also hoping the horror home will help raise funds after the Hay Rust n Dust Rally Outback for 2021 was cancelled.
She had initially been planning to take part to raise money for Can Assist, Angel Flight, Cancer Council and Hay Community trust, but it has been put off until next year.
"We will be doing it still, but I thought it would be good to keep fundraising for these organisations anyway," Ms Wade said.
There will be a way to donate at the Allonby Avenue home.
For more options to support the cause, go to the Hay Rust n Dust Outback Rally social media page and reference Car 33 if donating.
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