Halloween 2015: Fun Around the Inland Empire

Don't worry if you didn't get a chance to get out much this Halloween, we're bringing the fun right to your browser.

Two families in the Inland Empire pulled out all the stops for this holiday in two very different ways.

Ryan Scott Miller of Murrieta makes custom Halloween costumes for his son, Jeremy, who has spina bifida and has been in a wheelchair for the last few years. Ryan's creations include Captain America's motorcycle, the Batmobile, and a TIE Fighter from Stars Wars.

This year, he turned his son into a Snowspeeder pilot, famously used to take down AT-ATs on Hoth in "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back."

The Halloween fun was a little different in Upland, where Don and Kathy Kane have covered their house with nearly 250 fake spiders.

They've been collecting and decorating their house with spiders for the past 15 years, and each year the collection continues to grow. Most of the spiders are made by Don, and he keeps those on the roof.

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