It's Halloween so I thought I'd take you on a little adventure to Lotherton Hall.
The Spooky Scarecrow Trail provides clues which lead you around the house and estate taking in the super spooky scarecrows.
We visited the Spooky Scarecrow Trail on Sunday and though we didn't follow any clues or go in the house we still managed to see lots of spooky scarecrows.
You may remember the Spooky Goings On from last year but the Spooky Scarecrow Trail is even bigger this year and though some of the scarecrows were the same, there's lots of new ones too.
It was very busy on Sunday with lots of families visiting this super event.
The summerhouse and some of the outbuildings have been utilised this year to stage spooky scenes.
Even the tops of the buildings have been adorned with scary characters.
You must remember to look up too otherwise you'll miss what's creeping above your head.
Be careful where you're walking though, you don't want to put your foot where you shouldn't.
You wouldn't usually expect to find spooky things dangling from the trees but anything goes here.
There's even things in the pond which shouldn't be there.
A dog was seen haunting the pet cemetery.
Even the gardeners here are scary.
Archie didn't take up the offer. Nora Bone indeed!
We were lucky to get out alive.
There were lanterns throughout the grounds and woods, and lighting could be seen by the displays which will illuminate them once it gets dark, which is brilliant because this year Lotherton have extended their opening times into the evening to make it even spookier with a scary walk through the haunted woods. The Spooky Scarecrow Trail is on until the 4th of November and admission is free with normal admission to the estate.