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The construction site of 3610 Washington St. features skeletons dressed as workers in safety gear. Although the house is hidden by the construction, they were still able to celebrate Halloween.

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October 30, 2020
3570 Washington St. decorates the house with a variety of pumpkins as well as a skeleton wearing a mask. Although Halloween may be different this year due to coronavirus, the residents used their Halloween decorations to show the importance of wearing a mask.

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October 30, 2020
200 Laurel St. decorates  with all sorts of sports-themed skeletons and props. A few baseball players, a diver, a sports fan and additional skeleton athletes lined the house.

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October 30, 2020
200 Laurel St. decorates their house with all sorts of sports-themed skeletons and props. A few baseball players, a diver, a sports fan and more skeleton athletes lined the house.

[PHOTO]

October 30, 2020
200 Laurel St. decorates their house with all sorts of sports-themed skeletons and props. A few baseball players, a diver, a sports fan and more skeleton athletes lined the house.

[PHOTO]

October 30, 2020
200 Laurel St. decorates their house with all sorts of sports-themed skeletons and props. A few baseball players, a diver, a sports fan and more skeleton athletes lined the house.

[PHOTO]

October 30, 2020
200 Laurel St. decorates their house with all sorts of sports-themed skeletons and props. A few baseball players, a diver, a sports fan and more skeleton athletes lined the house.

[PHOTO]

October 30, 2020
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