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Thrills, chills, costumes and treats

12:34 PM, Oct. 22, 2013
A frightening clown (is there any other kind?) pops out from among the fluorescent masks in a haunted hallway aboard last year's Ghost Ship, aka the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Mobile Bay in Sturgeon Bay. To see more photos, go to the photo gallery at www.doorcountyadvocate.com.
A frightening clown (is there any other kind?) pops out from among the fluorescent masks in a haunted hallway aboard last year's Ghost Ship, aka the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Mobile Bay in Sturgeon Bay. To see more photos, go to the photo gallery at www.doorcountyadvocate.com.
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Door County offers plenty of chances to get your fright on this weekend, with chills, thrills, pumpkins and cute kids in costumes - OK, that may not be so frightening, but it is Halloween. Here's your list of things that go bump in the Door County night.A haunting feeling in Brussels

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