Halloween Haunts in Beverly Hills

The Beverly Hills City Council may have restricted Halloween activities this year, but some residents didn’t let COVID-19 stifle their spooky spirit. “Million Dollar Listing-LA” star Josh Flagg and his husband Bobby Boyd set up a hauntingly haughty display at their home on the 600 block of Beverly Drive.

“I like to celebrate all of the holidays,” Boyd told the Courier. “I went big with the decorations because everyone needs a little escape right now. Of course, it was disappointing not to have trick-or-treaters. But I had so many kids stop by and ring the doorbell, asking if they could get a better look at our display.”

Boyd and his decorator chose a “spooky, weird, creepy theme” that included a cemetery and eight-foot tall werewolves.

“We’re building a house on Alta Drive, but while it is under construction, we wanted to keep the festivities going,” Flagg told the Courier.

Those festivities are already in the works for the rest of the holiday season. “I start planning it in June. I do story boards. Every year it’s a little bit different,” said Boyd.

He added, “I have Christmas going up early this year. It will be a mix of ‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’ meets a Hallmark Christmas movie.”

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