Hundreds of greedy tricks or tractors dressed in their creepiest costumes to see the incredible Halloween transformation from a one-story suburban home to a multi-story townhouse.
The six-month transformation of the property on Pandora Cresent in Pacific Pines on the Gold Coast, designed by a family of Halloween enthusiasts known to the locals under their pseudonyms Mr and Mrs Strappleberry, was inspired by the book and Stephen King's IT film.
After a year of planning, the & # 39; Neibolt Well House & # 39 ;, the abandoned house where IT lived, finally opened its doors to the public for Halloween on Thursday.
The redesigned building has a complete white brick front, densely paneled windows, broken shutters and creepy vines.
NA: The homeowners, known to the locals as Mr. and Mrs. Strappleberry, needed six months to complete the extraordinary transformation of their property at Pandora Cresent in Pacific Pines on the Gold Coast
BEFORE: The family of Halloween lovers turned their house into a one-story suburb (photo) into an incredible and horrible mansion based on the book and the film IT
Depicted: a person dressed in a Halloween costume outside his own & # 39; Neibolt Well House & # 39; from the Gold Coast
Pictured: the resident witch who gets cups to hand out the smoky brew in her cauldron
It also contains a decayed metal fence and a scary witch who evokes a smoky brew in her cauldron.
Other quirky features include a giant spider, an incredible maze that wraps around the entire site, a lead-through mine, and a life-size figure of Georgie, who is captured by nightmarish clown Pennywise in Stephen King's story.
Photos of the Halloween extravaganza show treasures of excited children and their parents, with trick-or-treat buckets in their hands, enthusiastically walking around the mansion dressed as witches, corpses, ghosts, skeletons and of course scary clowns .
Photos of the Halloween extravaganza show large numbers of excited children and their parents walking to the house
A guard (photo) could be seen managing the waves of smiling people standing in line to see the extraordinary Hallows Eve metamorphosis
People waited patiently for an opportunity to see Panic on Pandorra while hordes of trick-or-treaters were given the chance to see the incredible house of atrocities
The spooky transformation was complete with a life-size figure of Georgia, seen in the foreground as hundreds of rows outside
A guard could see the waves of smiling people standing in line to see the extraordinary metamorphosis of Hallows Eve.
A creepy-looking IT can also be seen scurrying around with its trademark bunch of balloons, closely followed by Georgie.
As the evening progressed, more dressed people took part in the celebration.
Children and adults got character and posed for photos for the house.
As the evening progressed, more dressed people visited the house to participate in the celebration
Poppy, 4 and Penelope, 2, were among the many children who visited the haunted house for Halloween
Grace and Emilie from Helensvale pose Thursday afternoon for a photo in front of the haunted house
Two disguised Halloween enthusiasts have their photo taken in front of The Neibold Wells House
Young boy Brock Lane is dressed as a zombie killer while his friend is dressed as a skeleton at the Halloween event
Mr. Strappleberry previously told Daily Mail Australia it is the second year that his family created the event after initially celebrating the spooky season with a limited budget.
& # 39; We turned off a smoke machine and a few cheap cobwebs a few years ago and noticed how many families and children were trick-or-treat & he said.
& # 39; It was great to see excited kids having fun, so we decided we could do more. & # 39;
Strappleberry then explained the idea that snow was falling during last year's attempt and they came up with & # 39; Panic on Pandora & # 39; up.
A creepy-looking IT can also be seen roaming around with its trademark forest balloons, closely followed by Georgia
IT and Georgie parade around the Neibold Wells House for Halloween on the Gold Coast
IT poses with two blood-soaked corpses during the celebration of Panic on Pandora. A bride has a bloody cake server
& # 39; We didn't know if anyone would show up, but ended up with more than 600 happy families and pursuers & he said.
He knew that this year's Halloween home transformation would be even greater.
& # 39; We didn't know what to expect that first year, but we said that if we did it again, we would plan, plan, plan & he said.
& # 39; Halloween is a 24/7 thing, ideas never stop. Planning may take six months to limit what we wanted to create this year & # 39 ;, he said.
As the evening progressed, more dressed children and adults took part in the celebration
A young girl with a costume inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead celebration eagerly grabs a bucket
A young boy dressed in an IT-inspired suit with white face paint, orange hair and white gloves
A man with a black mask wears a black cloak to attend the Halloween celebration on the Gold Coast
The visionary of Hallows Eve also explained knowing how much the local children love it is the best part.
& # 39; We are convinced that you must be the change that you want to see in the world, & # 39; the father explained.
& # 39; The streets are filled with children and families enjoying the time together … children really excited, neighbors talking / meeting each other … it's just an incredible atmosphere where the community comes together. & # 39;
While Mr. Strappleberry would not give away the total cost of the project, he joked: & # 39; It was a jet ski for me or a Halloween event for everyone & # 39 ;, and said the family used it to do a & # 39; creative itch & # 39; to scratch.
Lulu, 7, and her mother Tracey Kirk came in the spirit of the spooky season and posed for photos outside the house
Mr Strappleberry explained that he knows how much the local children love it, the best part of his Halloween extravaganza is
The event included a series of creepy-looking clowns that fit the Neibolt Wells House theme
He said that he and Mrs. Strappleberry have a responsibility to inspire creativity in their young daughter.
& # 39; The young are our future, and without imagination our world has no future. & # 39;
Panic on Pandora is located at 17 Pandora Crescent, Pacific Pines, and opens for the last time on November 2 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Admission is free.
Mr Strappleberry told Daily Mail Australia that it is the second year that his family created the Halloween extravaganza (photo: Panic's building on Pandora)
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