Did you visit Captain Spaulding’s House of Horror?

by Brighton Council
Fun at the House of Horrors. Pics: Supplied

Emily Place at Gagebrook became a living nightmare in October with the transformation of local resident Jamie Cartledge’s home for Halloween. Dubbed Captain Spaulding’s House of Horror, Jamie went to town! “I transformed my house with old rusty iron and put on a huge display.

Halloween was a huge success with nearly $200 of lollies, over 15kg, given to the children. Over 1000 people passed through my gates over seven hours. If you missed out on the fun, mark it in your diary for next Halloween, “This is something I put on each year on my own and gives so much happiness to my community.”

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Did you visit Captain Spaulding’s House of Horror?
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