A cemetery is showing off its Halloween decorations at its site.
The cemetery in Newburgh, New York, is showing holiday decorations at the cemetery grounds and at the nearby Main Street Cemetery.
The decorations are made of glass, vinyl, metal, and paper.
A glass roof over the cemetery’s entrance is a piece of art, as is a small wooden door with a picture of Mickey Mouse.
“It’s like a little bit of a party,” said Eric Leong, who works at the gravesite.
“It’s a big celebration.”
The gravesite also includes a large, decorated wooden door, and the decorations are now on display.
The Main Street cemetery has been open for more than 70 years.
It is now celebrating its 50th year of operation, and more than 20 years after the cemetery opened, Leong said.
The cemetery was built in 1949.
The Main Street family also created a memorial wall in memory of the cemetery, which they donated.
It was installed at the time of the funeral.
The gravesites of the Main Street, Long Island and Newburgh families also have a large statue of Mickey.
The statue is decorated with gold leaf and is placed in a metal coffin with a small white flower.