Oct 15 2012 By Cheryl Mullin
THOUSANDS of pumpkins have gone on display for this year's Jack o' Lantern Spectacular in Providence, Rhode Island.
For the last eight years the Roger Williams Park Zoo has played host to America’s largest Jack-o'-Lantern show.
This year’s boasts some of the most intricate, including scenes from Titanic to mark the 100th anniversary of the doomed liner’s sinking.
It takes some 40 artists nearly six weeks to carve the creations, which line the route along the zoo’s wetland trail, hanging from trees and looming eerily out of the mist.
The fabulous display is on show until November 4.
An intricately carved pumpkin shows the Titanic sinking