Yes, you could call it a real scream. It's the display in honor of artist Edvard Much's "The Scream."
People have donned many a "Scream" mask for Halloween over the years. And, copycat versions have adorned pillows and all sorts of novelty items. But, Jackie Ward's display on East River Road in Rumson just may be a first for the area, at least.
Ward sent Patch the photos of the scene to share and says her decorations are just "a few ghoulish faces made simply with pantyhose, wire hangers and a Sharpie."
Take a look and enjoy. And, if you'd like to see Jackie's "Scream" of a front lawn Halloween display, head over to the corner of Forrest Avenue and East River Road.