South Tulsa family builds candy chute for socially distant Halloween

VIDEO: Tulsa man creates chute to pass out Halloween candy

TULSA, Okla. — A south Tulsa man built a way to help trick-or-treaters have a safer Halloween in 2020.

The candy chute Bill Nole built at his home near 56th Street and Yale is meant to keep children socially distant while they get their candy during the coronavirus pandemic.

Similar innovations have been seen around the U.S. in preparation for the holiday.

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Coronavirus Halloween: Man creates candy chute for trick-or-treaters

Nole says his family goes all-out for Halloween and his yard doesn’t disappoint.

The chute is made from PVC pipe that Nole, his son and fiancé made in one day.

The family’s decorations have been up since Oct. 1 and will stay up through Halloween night.

Nole says trick-or-treaters can expect some animatronics and live characters to “spook you” on Saturday.