With a few more days before Halloween, a 44-year-old British farmer has seized a business opportunity by building a pumpkin house in Norfolk, where visitors can choose their pumpkins of choice to create their jack-o’-lanterns. (Photos: VCG)
The pig farmer, Henry Cushing, was inspired by his wife Victoria, who got the idea from an online photo, to use scaffolding boards to construct the spooky structure.
The house, looking like a barn, took two days to be built. It is 5.5 meters tall, 4 meters wide and has around 950 pumpkins on its wooden shelves.
The couple hoped the orange house could become an annual event on the farming calendar and bring them more income. Pumpkins left over after Halloween will turn into feed for the pigs.