We discovered the “Scariest House in Ossining” in 2019, but 2021 marks the final year that mastermind Craig Pincus will put his unique hand-made Halloween display for the community. For 10+ years, Craig, along with family, friends and neighbors, has transformed his front lawn at 6 Stone Ave. into a scene straight out of a horror movie, and this year he’s going out with a bang!
The theme for 2021 is “Quarantine is Torture” which is the perfect way to “celebrate the horror of a Pandemic Halloween.”
We have a few pictures below, but want to keep the majority of it a surprise.
If you follow The Scariest House in Ossining on Instagram you can see they start working on the setup VERY early. Below is a photo from July 1st where you can see Craig’s son and friend already working on the structure. By July 13, the walls were carved and ready for painting!
Inside the Pincus Dungeon you’ll find a variety of corpses in various states of decay.
The attention to detail in everything they do is exquisite!
Now, the details:
Address: 6 Stone Avenue, Ossining
When to visit? Saturday the 30th and Sunday the 31st, starting at around 6pm.
Willing to contribute?
Craig, an executive chef by trade, has dedicated his horrific designs to raise awareness of issues affecting the future of the restaurant industry. He asks all who can donate online to please donate to the national Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. This foundation is dedicated to providing people from all backgrounds the training, education, financial resources, and career development they need to build pathways to meaningful jobs and careers in the Restaurant and foodservice industry.
Any donation made in person will go directly to the Ossining Food Pantry.
Thank you Craig, and everyone who helped put this together!