Detroit Woman Displays Slain Victims Of Police Brutality For Halloween
A Detroit woman is proving that real life is scarier than anything fictional. So as the rest of the nation puts out pumpkins and paper skeletons for Halloween, Larethia Haddon is using newspaper headlines and national tragedies to bring in the holiday.
Haddon is decorating this year with dead bodies wearing hoodies, which are arranged to look as if they have been shot and killed by police. While it is definitely unconventional, she says, “The kids aren’t afraid of the boogeyman anymore. They say, ‘Grandma, we’re scared to go outside and play.’”
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A Detroit woman is getting a lot of attention for her controversial, conversation-inducing, Halloween decorations, WJBK reports. The decorations depict the victims of police shootings, neighborhood violence and even the Flint, Mich., water crisis. According to the news station, it isn’t the first time the homeowners have shied away from the Halloween tradition of showing the creepy and instead have showed reality, depicting a dead body on their doorstep just last year.
Read more about this Detroit woman at HelloBeautiful.com