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CLEVELAND - There's an unique Halloween display on Cleveland's west side. What Pete Marin started in 2008 is getting bigger and more popular each year.
Pete was inspired by his son to build something different for Halloween. He created large transformer figures out of wood and Styrofoam.
His first creation was the 16 foot tall yellow 'Bumblebee' character. He now has added 'Maximus Prime' with smoke effects and 'Barricade' with flashing lights. The tallest transformer is 'Megatron' which stands 18 feet tall.
Every night a steady stream of families stop by to take it all in and snap a few pictures. Kids think this is really awesome.
"Every year we add one, it's becoming more of an attraction for families to get together and come down at this time of year," said Marin.
"Pictures do not do justice you know, you got to come down here and check this out," said Marin.
Pete turns off the display around 9:30 p.m. out of respect for his neighbors. He will keep it on later as we get closer to Halloween. The home is located at 4807 Wichita Avenue in Cleveland.
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