Andrew Beattie shared a video of his creation on social media. It’s a 6-foot long slide that he made with materials around his home in Cincinnati.
Beattie’s love for Halloween is what may have led to her big idea, which is something she said she wanted to do.
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“I’ve wanted to do something similar for a while just to help people with mobility problems and, again, as I said with an immune deficiency, myself, it̵
The slide consisted of a six-by-four tube that he spray painted orange and added duct tape. The slide goes from the front porch to the sidewalk.
Beattie adds that she will have a sign telling treats where to place the bag or bucket to avoid hand-to-hand exchange. He said all candy will be factory sealed until opened outside and plans to wear a mask and change gloves frequently.
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“Even though I’m completely comfortable with things right now, a lot of people aren’t,” he said. “I think if they can see people doing things like that, it can give them some grace that could encourage more people to get involved and go out and get us back to looking the way we want to look.”
While some places aren’t considering any trick or treating, Beattie encourages those who want to distribute treats to try their “candy slide”. Hope it’s something that will help keep the holiday tradition alive and create some positivity in the midst of the pandemic.