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    Halloween prank has some neighbors panicked

    Halloween prank has some neighbors panicked

    MUSTANG, Oklahoma - A Halloween prank is putting neighbors in a panic in Mustang.
    Johnnie Mullins decided to get "gruesome" this Halloween. His yard features gravesites and ghosts up in a tree, but the real shocker is the fake dead body in the driveway.

    "Just trying to scare people, that's what I like to do," says Mullins.

    The dead body is placed in such a way that it looks like the garage door crushed its head.

    "My heart about came out of my chest. I thought ‘Oh my God,'" says Rebecca Fuentes, who hopes Mullins gets rid of the body. "If I think it's real, just think of what a child would think?"

    "The kids that live in the neighborhood don't freak out or anything. I'm sure they do at first," says Mullins.

    The fake body even prompted a 911 call. Police and firefighters responded.

    Mullins was told he wasn't breaking any laws and will continue to keep the phony body in place. In fact, he is adding another body that appears to have been run over by a truck.

    "It's Halloween. I don't think it's too far," says Mullins.
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    That's taking it a little too far, if it can be confused for someone in distress/dead. my neighbour has coffins that he made from some ply board and surrounds them with soil, looks pretty cool and it's clear its just fun and he's not actually burried people

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    Apr 2009
    Dallas/FortWorth TX
    Sooooooooo since when did "Halloween" become "unspooky" ?

    May be people there should start decorating with fairies and unicorns.

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