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For the third year in a row, George and Christine Gutierrez have transformed their home into a Halloween display unlike any other. This year they've built a sunken ship and turned their yard into a pirate-themed Mecca. Check it out at 70 Bristol Place in Goleta.

Christine Gutierrez

For the third year in a row, George and Christine Gutierrez have transformed their home into a Halloween display unlike any other. This year they've built a sunken ship and turned their yard into a pirate-themed Mecca. Check it out at 70 Bristol Place in Goleta.


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For the third year in a row, George and Christine Gutierrez have transformed their home into a Halloween display unlike any other. This year they’ve built a sunken ship and turned their yard into a pirate-themed Mecca. Check it out at 70 Bristol Place in Goleta.

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