CONCORD — Marie Foley skirts the light-up eyeball rings, the hats with rats sticking out of them, and an exquisite black-cat nutcracker from Germany. Picking up a box of “Battery Operated Musical Skull Lawn Stakes,” she explains why her Halloween selection is the best around.
“You can go into CVS and find a garland of these. But where they have just one kind, I carry 10 kinds,” Foley says. “Not just candy corns, but bats and skulls that light up and play music. And more.”