False alarm! New York firefighters were called to a house fire. When they arrived they discovered a spooky surprise.

Calls came into the Glens Falls, New York Fire Department after flames could be seen shooting from the windows of a home. Once firefighters arrived on the scene they discovered it was just an elaborate Halloween display they called 'amazing.'

To our surprise this was an amazing Halloween decoration. Thank you to the gracious owner for permission for posting.

The display on Sanford Street in Glens Falls will be up on Friday and Saturday nights for the public's entertainment until the end of the month.

Pirate Town Takes Over NY Lawn

Want more fire? You should see the massive Pirate Town Halloween display in Rochester, New York.

Tony DeMatteo spent countless hours building an epic 100-foot movie-quality display that includes a pirate ship, trading store, gold reserve, and Fort Charles to protect the town from pirates who steal the gold. The music, special effects, and synced light show bring it to a whole new rock concert level.

Credit - Tony DeMatteo/Facebook
Credit - Tony DeMatteo/Facebook

Final Year

This is the last year for the massive display on Ambush Lane. It's outgrown its location.

“The unfortunate reality is that my display and its draw has outgrown my neighborhood. We get several thousand visitors each day at the end of October, so many in fact that it can easily become a safety concern.”

Port Royal will be open on select nights through Halloween, and thousands are expected to stop by and see the massive display.

Read More: Final Year for Disney Quality Pirate Ship Display

Visit HalloweenOnAmbush.com/visit before heading out for important information, neighborhood rules, and safety considerations.

Shiver Me Timbers! Two 50 Foot Pirate Ship Capsized on New York Lawn

Two pirate ships invade a lawn in Rochester for Halloween.

Gallery Credit: Credit - Polly McAdams

Harrowing Halloween House in Whitesboro

Ghosts, goblins, and spirits have emerged in Central New York from a home that once housed prisoners and is said to be haunted.

Gallery Credit: Credit - Polly McAdams

Elaborate Halloween Display You HAVE to See in New York

There are Halloween displays and then there's Karl Housel's house. His Halloween attraction is one of the best in central New York. It's back for another season and you HAVE to see it.

Gallery Credit: Credit - Polly McAdams

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