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The Nathan family’s winning pumpkin was Pac-Man chasing ghost pumpkins.
The Nathan family also submitted this creative pumpkin, placed on top of a lamp, with holes carved into it so it shoots out light throughout the room.
A smiling jack-o-lantern was the submission from Joseph Geraci.
Jay Hergott decorated his pumpkin to look like Ernie from "Sesame Street." He used half of a tennis ball for a nise, and a quarter of a tennis ball for each ear.
Erin Yarnall, Editor
11:18 am CST November 15, 2018

This year’s Great Pumpkin Contest wrapped up Oct. 31, but the submissions continue to amaze even after Halloween ended.

We received a few submissiong this year, which made the competition incredible tough. It was an extremely difficult decision, but The Landmark’s winning pumpkin carving this year goes to Marc Nathan and his two daughters.

The Nathan family were feeling creative, and submitted two entries, but their winning entry is pumpkin Pac-Man chasing three pumpkin ghosts.