October 22, 2010
Georgette Gaynor's creations aren't for the faint of heart.
Greenbrier Dodge in Chesapeake told the Virginia Beach resident to remove 78 life-size monsters she was displaying in its showroom after the creepy creatures spooked several customers.
General sales manager Tom Robertson told "The Virginian-Pilot" that one woman screamed and fell when she saw the monsters. Another customer complained that the display was demonic.
Gaynor creates her monsters from spray foam and plastic netting and mounts them with wire on PVC pipe. They include a foursome of werewolves playing poker and sell for $150 to $200.
She says removing the display broke her heart, but some people believe Halloween is devil-worshiping.
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