Everyone knows that Kourtney Kardashian loves Halloween. This year, she had her new fiancé Travis Barker by her side as she set up her mansion to be the perfect, family-friendly haunted house for the two of them and her kids. Kardashian has three children with ex, Scott Disick: Mason Disick, Penelope Disick and Reign Disick.
On October 30, Kardashian’s Instagram stories were full of all the fun details of her Calabasas home, beginning with some simple pumpkins:
She shared the front of her home, where her son was riding a broomstick:
Then a clip of herself encircled by fluttering bats:
Then a prank she says her mother Kris Jenner and her son colluded on, which she wrote caused her to gasp. A monster popping out of the toilet will do that:
And then Kardashian showed the front of her home again, this time at night and dramatically lit:
She reposted a clip from her sister Kim Kardashian West of her Halloween table set for scares:
But the sweetest image might be of Kardashian and Barker as the Bride of Frankenstein and her groom, also known as Frankenstein’s Monster:
The couple got engaged on October 17, and it seems like celebrating Halloween has been something of a tradition for them even before they began dating. In 2018, she and her kids accompanied Barker and his children Nights Of The Jack, an outdoor Halloween jack-o’-lantern experience. This year, they went to Knott’s Scary Farm twice, once in September and again on Friday, October 29, bringing along Kardashian West and Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson. The latter two were photographed holding hands as they road down the rollercoaster, though sources have assured everyone they’re “just friends.”
And for their couple’s costume, Kardashian and Barker knocked it out of the park with their ode to punk rock couple Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen.
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“Till death do us part,” Kardashian wrote in the caption, a very spooky idea indeed.
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