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Moss Mansion Spooks

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There were many events going on Halloween night and one of them was the haunted house at Moss Mansion.

Moss Mansion held its Twilight Tours and Circus of Terror haunted house.

The tour was $10. Guides took you through the mansion and every room featured a different fear people have. If you want to get scared, organizers recommend going through the Circus of Terror haunted house for $5.

"This is our Circus of Terror and it's filled with freaks, weirdoes, and other such things," said Cal Beauregard, a clown for the night and Moss Mansion's facilities manager.

The funds will go back to maintaining the mansion.

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