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Owasso Halloween Display Includes Items From Bell's Amusement Park

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Buddy Stefanoff from Owasso has a spooky Halloween display in his yard. Buddy Stefanoff from Owasso has a spooky Halloween display in his yard.
Buddy got a couple of bats and some barrels that were used in the shaky floor part of the ride. Buddy got a couple of bats and some barrels that were used in the shaky floor part of the ride.
The Stefanoff's live at 10710 East 119th Court North in Owasso. The Stefanoff's live at 10710 East 119th Court North in Owasso.

By Rick Wells, The News On 6

OWASSO, OK -- Buddy Stefanoff from Owasso has a spooky Halloween display in his front yard. Everything is bathed in red with strobe lights, there's a smoke machine and creepy sounds.

Buddy is also welcoming trick-or-treaters with a few pieces from an old ride at Bell's Amusement Park.

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The display started with little ghosts and goblins on a stick. Then Buddy got the idea he could maybe get some bigger and better stuff, so he put in a call to an old friend.

"I called Robby Bell and asked if I could borrow some pieces from Phantasmagoria from Bell's Amusement Park. He said sure, he wasn't using it," said Buddy Stefanoff.

Buddy got a couple of bats and some barrels that were used in the shaky floor part of the ride.

"My wife finally told me enough was enough when I put the tombstones out here," said Buddy Stefanoff.

The tombstones were on the second level of the ride, and one has the ride creator's name on it Bill Tracey, with his last name spelled backwards. There was going to be more to the display.

"I was gonna put the bus right here, but I couldn't get it in my truck," said Buddy.

Anyone who ever rode the ride will remember the bus.

Dana contributed carved pumpkins.

"You'd be surprised how sharp those little saws are," said Dana Stefanoff.

"Kids like to dress up and go out and have fun, that's what this is all about," said Buddy.

The Stefanoff's live at 10710 East 119th Court North in Owasso. The house is a little difficult to find, but worth the Bell's nostalgia.

Rick says the candy's good too.

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