Fox and Falco, from an online game.
Noel Dickover has been designing and carving Halloween pumpkins for 22 years. And each Halloween, more than 1,000 people visit his front yard at 14223 Hartwood Court in Centreville to see the fanciful array of fantasy pumpkins he and his family have created. This year’s highlights include Black Panther, The Thing, Paw Patrol, Fox and Falco, a Dune worm, Baby Yoda and a tribute to the late guitar player, Eddie Van Halen.
And this Saturday, Oct. 31, they’ll be among the 30 socially distanced pumpkins on display outside Dickover’s home. They’ll depict everything from cartoon characters for children to scary and intricate scenes from science-fiction novels, movies and video games. Candy will NOT be given out, and visitors must wear masks. For a preview, go to http://www.fantasypumpkins.com/.