Like many home haunters, Gugel began decorating inside his house, using a few props in the yard and entry to set the stage for a Halloween party and to entertain trick-or-treaters.
But Gugel's decorations are more than a tombstone here, a lighted jack-o'lantern there. His creative visions, DIY wizardry and artistic skills turned his Florida home into a local destination on Halloween. Each year, he has built new "attractions," and, including a Haunted Pumpkin Patch and Scare Zone.
Gugel is now the proprietor of Tee Lake Resort in Michigan, and transforms it into a Halloween destination in October.Step inside Gugel's house and tour the ultimate yard haunt makeover.
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