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DURATION:-----------------------------------------1:00SHOTLIST:KWTV - COURTESY KWTV, EMBARGO ALL OF OKLAHOMAMustang, Oklahoma - October 16, 20131. Wide of house2. Mid of garage door dummy3. SOUNDBITE (English) Johnnie Mullins, owns home with decorations (Transcript Below)4. Close of garage door dummy5. Wide of dummy legs6. Close of cross, dummy legs in background7. Close of skull decoration8. SOUNDBITE (English) Johnnie Mullins, owns home with decorations (Transcript Below)9. SOUNDBITE (English) Rebecca Fuentes, Lives in neighborhood (Transcript Below)10. Wide of dummy legs11. Close of dummy legs12. Mid pan of house13. Mid of dummy legsVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:AN OKLAHOMA FAMILY DECIDED TO GO ALL OUT FOR HALLOWEEN THIS YEAR -- CREATING DECORATIONS THAT LOOK LIKE A MAN HAS BEEN RUN OVER BY A TRUCK -- AND ANOTHER STRUCK BY A GARAGE DOOR.SOUNDBITE (English) Johnnie Mullins, owns home with decorations:"Trying to scare people that's what i like to do."THE DECORATIONS -- COMPLETE WITH SPLATTERED RED PAINT FOR BLOOD -- HAS DRAWN GAWKERS AND SOME CONCERN. AT LEAST ONE WOMAN CALLED 911 TO REPORT A MAN'S HEAD HAD BEEN SHUT INTO THE GARAGE DOOR. EMERGENCY PERSONNEL RESPONDED AND REALIZED IT WAS A DUMMY.SOUNDBITE (English) Johnnie Mullins, owns home with decorations:"Mustang city inspector showed up and said there was nothing- no law broke- just keep up the good work."SOUNDBITE (English) Rebecca Fuentes, Lives in neighborhood:"It infuriated me because so many kids go up and down that block- and if think it's real..i can only imagine what a child would think."JENNIFER MULLINS SAYS SHE GOT THE IDEA FOR THE DECORATIONS ON THE SOCIAL MEDIA SITE PINTEREST. SHE SAYS HALLOWEEN HAS ALWAYS BEEN A FAVORITE HOLIDAY FOR HER, HER HUSBAND AND THEIR TWO GIRLS.SHE EXPECTED THE DISPLAY WOULD RAISE EYEBROWS, THOUGH NOT AS MANY AS IT HAS.SIGOUT - Bob McCall/Associated Press--------------------------------------------------------------------