From Staff Reports

This week’s Halloween edition takes place at the home of Rene and Amy Soleto, located at 1830 E. Beverly Drive in Corsicana. A unique mix of sci-fi, horror, and popular characters, their yard is most definitely a highlight this season.

Amy shares with the Gazette: “We LOVE Halloween, and put on a large yard display each year. My husband, Rene Sotelo, and I both dress up with the kids, and we have a table setup in the driveway to pass out treats.”

“We have fog machines and Halloween tunes playing throughout the evening,” Amy said. “We get a lot of traffic from people wanting to stop and check out the display or take pictures with their kids. We absolutely enjoy seeing all the adorable and spooky costumes and smiles on the kids’ faces as they trick or treat with us! We are both kid and adult friendly!”

“Thank you for considering us as my husband puts a lot of time and effort into doing this for the kids each year, and it would be a great surprise!” 

Want to be featured for Week 4 of Corsicana’s weekly Halloween feature? Send photos to – If you really go out for Halloween inside and out, we’re willing to film a video feature of your spooky shenanigans.

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