CARMEL, Ind. -- The "Trumpkin" is back for Halloween in Carmel.
Trumpkin first made an appearance in 2017 on the property of a home on Main Street near the Arts and Design District.
This year's Trumpkin display is making light of a lot of the controversies that President Donald Trump has experienced since he became President of the United States.
The display shows a mannequin in a suit with a red tie. The mannequin has a pumpkin for a head and is holding hands with a mannequin wearing Russian garb. The pumpkin's face was carved to look like it's yelling and features a "toupe" of straw hair.
The display also includes a "swamp," baby pumpkins in a cage and another mannequin near a tree that appears to be making fun of Trump's "Space Force."
Last year's Trumpkin had a late-month visit from "Pencekin" but it is unclear if the scarecrow-VP will make an appearance this year. RTV6 tried to speak to the homeowner, but they didn't want to discuss the display.
Take a look at the 2018 "Trumpkin" display in the photos above.
If you see any other fun or unique displays this Halloween, send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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