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Garage Door's Toothy Halloween Get-Up Goes Viral

"Who would have known that my garage would be so popular?"

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    A jack-o-lantern sits on the front steps of a suburban home.

    This year, people and pets aren't the only ones getting dressed up for Halloween.

    An Ohio woman's video showing her "monster house" decoration has gone mega-viral, with at least 23 million people in under a week watching a garage door adorned with teeth open and close. Complete with eyes on top, the effect is of a massive, fanged, car-eating monster — surely the most fearsome garage on the block.

    The video was posted by Facebook user Amanda Destro Pierson, who says in the video's description she's a face painter. In a different video, also posted in Cleveland, she says she works as a product designer at a craft company and that she's hard at work getting a "monster house" kit ready for sales for next Halloween.

    The idea appears to be a hit already, at least judging by some of the thousands of comments on Pierson's video that say "let's do this" or "I need this!"

    In the meantime, the sudden popularity seems to have caught Pierson by surprise.

    "Thank you guys so much for the overwhelming response," Pierson says in one of the videos. "Who would have known that my garage would be so popular?"