Scary House for Halloween Occurred on October 31, 2017 / Saint Charles, Missouri, USA "This was our first Halloween at our new home and we both love Halloween so we decided to create a memorable first Halloween. We worked diligently for several weeks to come up with a topical and current themed halloween display. All props were hand build and painted by us. The window and pumpkin effects were via projector from purchased software. Most of the decor (less the scarecrow) were not placed until Halloween morning. The show starts with the pumpkins on stage singing cute Halloween songs. From the second story windows, two corpses lay as Zombies swarm the upper level. Next is the haunted scarecrow grave yard followed by a walk along the old, rickity fence to the Zombies attempting to escape thru the windows. At the end of the sidewalk, spiders swarm and protect the porch as Penny Wise guards the steps. A brave trick-or-treater could grab a bag of snacks from the basket held by Penny, if they date. Finally, the demon nun blocks the escape. Brave souls are then rewarded with tasty treats."
Adorable Cow Thinks He’s A Dog And Lives In House A Highland Cow rejected by the rest of the herd has grown up thinking it is a dog - after its owners raised it inside the family home. Cattle owners Adam, 33, and Emily Hopson, 32, have raised adorable calf James inside their home with their dogs who he cannot resist licking. And their adorable photos of the hairy bovine living alongside his canine pals have made him a social media sensation. Emily said: “He is the sweetest creature. He loves to lick us and the dogs. And to just lay beside us and be scratched and petted.
2 cats catch one mouse! The incident happened in the courtyard of my home in Greece.
I went out at random at 2 o'clock and as soon as I saw cats and mouse, I realized it would be interesting. I immediately took the camera and recorded it.
Miniature six charging crossbow from Blade As home to make rapid-fire, a 6-charging gun crossbow from the blade. His hands without any special tools and expensive machines. You do not even need to Bulgarian. / As in house conditions to make rapid-fire, 6-bore pistol-crossbow from the saw. Their hands without special tools and expensive machines. Do not even need the grinder.
Crazy squirrel stalks selfie woman So I was waiting for my son to come home from school and I see this woman trying to get a close up of the squirrel trying to get a selfie with it. Next thing I know he's chasing her down the street and she's rejecting the close up. Now she's in front of our house and the squirrel comes into view still chasing her. So now she's filming him screaming for him to get away.
Family wraps home in greenhouse to warm up Stockholm weather The average temperature in Stockholm in January is -3°C (27°F). For Marie Granmar and Charles Sacilotto it can be much warmer thanks to the greenhouse that blankets their home. “For example at the end of January it can be -2°C outside and it can be 15 to 20°C upstairs,” explains Sacilotto. He was inspired to build a house-in-a-greenhouse through his relationship with architect Bengt Warne who began designing the first Naturhus (Nature House) in 1974*. Originally Sacilotto looked for an empty lot to build an entirely new Naturhus, but he eventually settled on an old summer house on the Stockholm archipelago. Using Warne’s design, he covered the small summer house, plus an addition, in 4 millimeter glass. The footprint of the greenhouse is nearly double that of the home, leaving plenty of room for a wrap-around garden, and since inside the bubble it’s a Mediterranean climate, the couple now grow produce atypical for Sweden (e.g. figs, tomatoes, cucumbers). The favorite spot is the glass-covered roof deck. Since there’s no longer need for a roof, the couple removed it and now have a large space for sunbathing, reading or playing with their son on swings and bikes. The greenhouse isn’t the only novel point to the Granmar-Sacilotto home. They are also completely independent from city sewage. Built by Sacilotto- an engineer by training-, the sewage system begins with a urine-separating toilet and uses centrifuges, cisterns, grow beds and garden ponds to filter the water and compost the remains.
Modern Caveman: Man Builds A $230,000 House In 700-Year-Old Cave THE pressures of modern life mean that most of us have probably dreamt at one time or another of fleeing to the hills. But real-life caveman Angelo Mastropietro has made his hermit dream a reality - by spending over £160,000 turning a 250 million year old cave in the Wyre Forest into his dream home. The ambitious makeover captured the imagination of viewers when it was featured on Channel 4’s Grand Designs in September. The 38-year-old, originally from Worcestershire, was living a high-flying life as the head of a successful recruitment company in Australia when he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2007. The condition led to him being temporarily paralysed - and inspired him to seek a simpler life.
India’s ‘Birdman’ Feeds 4,000 Parakeets A Day Parakeets gather on wires in front of Sekar's house on September 23, 2015 in Chennai, India. A BIG-HEARTED bird lover has been feeding thousands of wild parakeets twice a day for 10 years - from the comfort of his own home. Among the hustle and bustle of Chennai in southern India, 62-year-old Sekar - known as 'India's Birdman' - rises at 4am to prepare the feed for his feathered friends. The enthusiast ornithologist, who works as a camera technician, prepares thick rows of rice on planks of wood on his roof terrace. Up to 4,000 parakeets a day then brighten up the sprawling streets of Chennai in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, as they flock to Sekar's home.