BOISE, Idaho (CNN/KBOI) - No castle is complete without a fire-breathing dragon. At least, that's how one Idaho man sees it.
Every Halloween for about a decade, Phil Ulmen turns his entire home into a castle -- complete with a ghost, gargoyles, and yes, a fire-breathing dragon.
“The castle belongs to Chanel the dragon, who is a friend of Count Dracula's,” said Ulmen. “And so he has all his loot. He has heads of his old enemies on the wall and shields and so forth and various knights.”
Ulmen says it takes him a month to set it all up, but he says it's worth it.
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