Source: Dean Balsamini
It’s the nightmare before, and on, Christmas.
A self-described “Killer Christmas” display on Heather Drive in Manalapan, NJ, is creeping out neighbors and passersby more accustomed to traditional Yuletide cheer.
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Instead of Jolly Ol’ Saint Nick and his reindeer, there are evil elves, gingerbread Chuckies and Jasons, a brain-eating Bumble, and a towering skeleton Santa dotting the property of the ranch-style Monmouth County home.
“I don’t like it. It’s not for Christmas,” said one neighbor, who asked for anonymity.
He was not impressed by the mythical Krampus presentation featuring a caged child and the horned devil-goat from Europe known for punishing naughty kids in the runup to Christmas.