A couple in Portsmouth, who both suffer from life-limiting illnesses have well and truly got into the Halloween spirit by decorating their house from top to bottom.
Halloween is particularly important to Anastasia-Camille Miller and her husband Steven, because it is the day they got married two years ago.
Anastasia-Camille, who is from the USA, says she spent three months on what she's dubbed their 'Halloversary', despite using a wheelchair.
Anastasia-Camille has Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (type 2), a chronic systemic disease characterised by severe pain and swelling, while her husband has Friedreich's Ataxia, a rare genetic illness which affects the nervous system.
"Halloween was really important to me growing up in America, and I really wanted to carry on my mother's traditions. I would love people to celebrate Halloween as much as Christmas!
"We don't know many people in the area, but when the postman saw the house, he said we should share pictures of it."