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Urban Creep

A Gold Coast family is luring the IT crowd by transforming their suburban home into the horror house in Stephen King’s famous novel and film. The four-bedroom, single-storey home in Pandora Cres, Pacific Pines, has become a two-storey haunted mansion by using a giant, realistic wooden facade, complete with creepy shutters and boarded-up windows. There is even a life-size figure of Georgie, the younger brother of Bill from the book and movie IT, who gets captured by terrifying clown Pennywise.

House Decorated For Halloween
OCTOBER 16, 2019: GOLD COAST, QLD. Pennywise the...
By Tim Marsden Photography
16 October, 2019
House Decorated For Halloween
OCTOBER 16, 2019: GOLD COAST, QLD. Pennywise the...
By Tim Marsden Photography
16 October, 2019
House Decorated For Halloween
OCTOBER 16, 2019: GOLD COAST, QLD. Pennywise the...
By Tim Marsden Photography
16 October, 2019
House Decorated For Halloween
OCTOBER 16, 2019: GOLD COAST, QLD. Pennywise the...
By Tim Marsden Photography
16 October, 2019
House Decorated For Halloween
OCTOBER 16, 2019: GOLD COAST, QLD. Pennywise the...
By Tim Marsden Photography
16 October, 2019
House Decorated For Halloween
OCTOBER 16, 2019: GOLD COAST, QLD. Pennywise the...
By Tim Marsden Photography
16 October, 2019
House Decorated For Halloween
OCTOBER 16, 2019: GOLD COAST, QLD. Pennywise the...
By Tim Marsden Photography
16 October, 2019
House Decorated For Halloween
OCTOBER 16, 2019: GOLD COAST, QLD. Pennywise the...
By Tim Marsden Photography
16 October, 2019
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