Fans believe Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker went overboard when decorating her mansion for Halloween.
This year, ahead of the spooky nights, Kardashian and Barker invited their fans to their “Halloween Ends” party and showed off their multi-million dollar home.
The online photos show 15-foot red skeletons with glowing blue eyes greeting visitors to the couple’s mansion-turned-haunted home. When you walk in, the trees give off an enchanted forest vibe, and smoke fills the room.
The bloody murder victims scattered around the house add to the eerie atmosphere. There are severed limbs and realistic dead women in the area. Rotating lights, cobwebs, skeletons, and witches hats are also included.
Although it impressed Halloween fans, some expressed their displeasure on a Reddit page and criticized the couple’s choices.
“I feel like this is highly inappropriate even for adults… there was another mannequin completely naked except for her underwear. This is coming from someone who loves horror movies!”
“I would’ve preferred a bloody monster and not the ‘body’ of a woman. I don’t like it at all, and I don’t mind macabre themes. I know my views are different because Femicide is a subject close to my heart.”
Others, however, backed Kardashian after she created a similar setup last year.
Last year, for what it’s worth, she went with a skeletal and witchcraft theme.
Aside from Halloween costumes, Kardashian dressed up as a rockstar ahead of her husband’s tour with Blink-182.
Following the band’s world tour announcement, the 42-year-old TV personality wore a boohoo Blink-182 hoodie with a sexy black netted skirt and thong underneath.
The drummer showered her affection immediately, saying, “tour life lookin good on you.”
After Blink-182 announced a world tour with Barker and the band’s original lineup, Mark Hoppus and Tom DeLonge, the post came. It will run from March 2023 to February 2024.
Blink-182 will tour Latin America, North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. DeLonge, the band’s resurrected member, has thanked Matt Skiba for keeping the band alive after his departure.