Welcome to the spookiest house in Bristol
FROM the outside, it looks like any nondescript terraced house. But inside, this home in Whitchurch has been transformed into a Halloween hideaway.
Andy Parsons and Sarah Green, who live in Curland Grove, have decked out their interiors with ghoulish decorations which take over every nook and cranny of their house.
The pair do the same every year and invite neighbours inside for a Halloween party.
Nothing is spared the spooky treatment including the carpets, which are taken up, and the ceilings, which are painted black.
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And guests cannot escape the Halloween theme – even in the downstairs toilet, skulls light up when you sit on the loo.
A coffee table come coffin holds pride of place in the living room with a skeleton hammering on the glass to get out, while a witch cackles in the kitchen.
The couple take two months to prepare the house for the big night and try to decorate it a little bit differently every year.
Healthcare assistant Mrs Green, 45, said: "As I have to work over Christmas we don't really get the chance for a big celebration then.
"So every year we spend the time putting on a big celebration and a party we can share with everyone.
"We always try and make it extra special with unusual decorations up all the walls, on the ceiling and floors.
"The first time we did it, it went down really well, everyone enjoyed themselves and so we decided to make it bigger and better the next year.
"This year was excellent. There were about 50 people all together and people were coming in and out all evening.
"We made a few changes to the decoration this year. We added a big castle and a few tombstones we made out of wood and cardboard.
"It takes months of preparation but it's all worth it in the end by the time the party comes around."
Speaking to The Post on Sunday, Mrs Green added that the decorations were still up and many would remain until Halloween tomorrow.