(WVIR/NBC News) Sherwood Avenue in Staunton, Virginia is known for its epic Halloweens and the ultimate trick-or-treating experience.
Now the neighborhood is gaining attention for their response to being housebound during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many who live on Sherwood Avenue are now howling each evening.
When 7 p.m. comes, the neighborhood comes alive, and Steve Talley leads the pack.
“It’s a remarkable thing,” Talley says. “I start it off, and everybody just starts howling.”
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