Pirate Ship in Visalia attracts hundreds
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- South Valley pirates were coming out of the woodwork Friday night.
"This year it's a little bit bigger and better we've got more cast members more effects," Stephen Douglass of Visalia said.
A large, 20-foot tall pirate ship sits on the front lawn of Stephen and Carol Douglass in Visalia.
The decorations have been growing every year and attract hundreds of people.
This year the family added another pirate ship that looks like it's sinking into their driveway.
The exhibit also features the Pirates of the Caribbean movie, fog machines, special effect lighting and lots of real-life pirates.
It's located at Demaree and Pryor in Visalia and is open to the public through Sunday.
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