“Halloween is back” in Maine, thanks to Halloween statues
People are starting to dress up for Halloween again after the holiday, as a new wave of Halloween decorations is popping up across the country.
But the trend has gotten a bit of a boost from the fact that Halloween statues have become more common, and the decorations are being produced in places like the US, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.
One company, Hodgepodge, is now selling a set of 13 Halloween statues, including one that has been seen in several Halloween costumes, including the popular Halloween mask worn by the famous character Jessica Rabbit.
But in Maine the Halloween statue has become so popular that it has been replaced by a giant one in the town of Maine’s largest city, Portland.
“I think it’s just a good time for people to be out and about and have fun,” said Melissa Miller, owner of HodgePodge.
“People want to have a good Halloween.”
Miller said she first saw a Halloween statue at a Halloween party last month and thought it was great, but when she got to her store, she realized it was not a real statue.
“I thought I had a fake,” she said.
“It looked like a piece of paper.”
So, she decided to take matters into her own hands and create her own version of the Halloween mask.
“The first time I did it I thought, ‘This is a real costume,'” she said, adding that she got about a dozen people to buy it.
“They were really excited about it.
I’m sure they will be again.”
Miller has been making Halloween decorations for a few years now, but she only started selling them about six months ago.
Now, she sells about 50 a month, but says the market is picking up.
“We’ve had a lot of people come in and say, ‘I’m really looking forward to buying this for the holidays,'” she explained.
“Everyone is excited about the fact they can make it and not worry about any of the safety issues.”
Miller is happy to see the Halloween decorations pop up in other places, and she hopes it will lead to more people wanting to wear them.
“For me, the biggest thing about Halloween is the costumes,” she added.
“There are no real costumes, so the costume has to be great.
If it’s good enough for Jessica Rabbit, then it’s great enough for me.”
The Halloween statue was built in Oregon, but the company decided to change it to a real one in Maine.
“Portland is a great city,” Miller said.
She said the decorations have made the town more appealing to Halloween enthusiasts, who are now willing to pay for them.
The town of Portland has seen a boom in Halloween costumes and has seen the number of people dressed up increase from last year.
In addition to the Halloween statues at the store, the city has erected a giant statue of Jessica Rabbit in the center of town.
“This is the largest Halloween statue in the city, and we have about 25 people dressed for Halloween,” said Michelle Ries, director of communications for Portland Parks and Recreation.
“That’s more than the total population.”