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Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his 1960

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his 1960 Cadillac Superior hearse at events across Long Island as Halloween draws near, filling it with mechanical creatures waiting to jump out and scare passersby. It has a skeleton driver with a mechanical body whose head spins around. (Oct. 12, 2012) Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his 1960 Cadillac Superior hearse at events across Long Island as Halloween draws near, filling it with mechanical creatures waiting to jump out and scare passersby.

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his Halloween-decorated
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his Halloween-decorated 1960 Cadillac Superior hearse at events across Long Island. (Oct. 12, 2012)

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his 1960
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his 1960 Cadillac Superior hearse at events across Long Island as Halloween draws near, filling it with mechanical creatures waiting to jump out and scare passersby. (Oct. 12, 2012)

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his 1960
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his 1960 Cadillac Superior hearse at events across Long Island as Halloween draws near, filling it with mechanical creatures waiting to jump out and scare passersby. (Oct. 12, 2012)

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick bought this 1960
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick bought this 1960 Cadillac Superior hearse six months ago and spruced it up by filling it with mechanical creatures waiting to jump out and scare passersby around Halloween. (Oct. 12, 2012)

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick has stuffed his
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick has stuffed his 1960 Cadillac Superior hearse with Halloween decor. A skeleton head opens its mouth to laugh and moves its eyes back and forth. (Oct. 12, 2012)

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his 1960
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his 1960 Cadillac Superior hearse at events across Long Island as Halloween draws near, filling it with mechanical creatures waiting to jump out and scare passersby. (Oct. 12, 2012)

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his 1960
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his 1960 Cadillac Superior hearse at events across Long Island as Halloween draws near. He managed to get a license plate that reads “Scary." (Oct. 12, 2012)

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick parks his 1960
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick parks his 1960 Cadillac Superior hearse at events across Long Island as Halloween draws near, filling it with mechanical creatures waiting to jump out and scare passersby. This demonic dog is one of two creatures in the car that jumps out at people. (Oct. 12, 2012)

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his 1960
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick, parks his 1960 Cadillac Superior hearse at events across Long Island as Halloween draws near, filling it with mechanical creatures waiting to jump out and scare passersby. It has a skeleton driver with a mechanical body whose head spins around. (Oct. 12, 2012)

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick stuffed his 1960
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick stuffed his 1960 Cadillac Superior hearse with mechanical creatures waiting to jump out and scare passersby. (Oct. 12, 2012)

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick parks his 1960
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Alan Stewart, 58, of Merrick parks his 1960 Cadillac Superior hearse at events across Long Island as Halloween draws near, filling it with mechanical creatures waiting to jump out and scare passersby. (Oct. 12, 2012)

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