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By Jeff Pack

Temecula family goes all out with Halloween decor


Last updated 11/9/2018 at 4:52am

Rick Reiss

A skeleton couple relaxes on the couch in the Cabaret du Neant Skellie Date Night scene.

Temecula resident Rick Reiss submitted these photos showing the elaborate display during the Halloween season at the home he shares with his family.

The Reiss family named the displays, including the "Zombie Apocalypse Driveway with Skellie Asylum Jailbreak," the "New Orleans Style Graveyard with Corpse Cafe Baristas," the "Cabaret du Neant Skellie Date Night" and the "Haunted Pirates' Den."

Reiss said the family tried to keep the scenes, "edgy and funny, yet tasteful – sort of like what you would see at Disney's Haunted Mansion or the Pirates of the Caribbean."

He said the family plans...

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