Halloween decorations inspired by Ebola causes stir

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DALLAS, Texas -- A man's Halloween decorations at his Dallas home are causing quite a stir.

Taking inspiration from recent Ebola fears, James Faulk stacked up barrels marked "biohazard," surrounded his yard with yellow caution tape and crossed his door and windows with white tape marked "quarantine."

"There's going to be naysayers. There's going to be people who hate it and there already are," Faulk said. "But in the end, everything with Ebola has turned out good in Dallas, thankfully. Except for Mr. Thomas."

Thomas Eric Duncan was the first patient diagnosed with Ebola on American soil. He died at Texas Health Presbyterian hospital in Dallas.

University Park Police drove by to check out the situation, but say no laws were being broken.

Some neighbors say they are shocked by the display, but not really offended.

Source: WFAA

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