There’s some serious Halloween spirit in one West Virginia town.
Volunteers are helping get pumpkins gutted and carved, all for the Kenova Pumpkin House.
Owner Ric Griffith says 3,000 pumpkins will be on display again this year.
Getting the pumpkins ready takes several days and about 1,000 volunteers.
But Griffith says it’s worth it to see people’s faces light up.