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Historical Hauntings at Shawnee Town 1929

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Two-year-olds Keeley Ferguson, left, and Hadley Rowell, both of Shawnee, pose for a photo in ...

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Mitchell Cheatham, 11, of Shawnee flexes in his Incredible Hulk costume before the gates opened ...

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Dressed as a gnome, 1-year-old Marshall Dingman was one of the costume contest winners during ...

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Gabby Dominguez, 9, and her 3-year-old brother, Nick Dominguez, of the nearby Turner neighborhood in ...

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By the time the gates opened at 6 p.m. Saturday, a crowd of hundreds has ...

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A Shawnee Town 1929 volunteer hands out maps as the gates swing open for two ...

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Tom and Eunice Roberts of Bates City BBQ were among those who volunteered to hand ...

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Dressed as a baby elephant, Hadley Rowell, 2, of Shawnee stands in line for free ...

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The Queen of Hearts, aka Keeley Ferguson, 2, of Shawnee, reacts with excitement as volunteers ...

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Greg Keller of Grego's Balloons beckons Historical Hautings into the Shawnee Town 1929 schoolhouse for ...

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Shawnee Police Chief Larry Larimore and his wife, Deb, were among volunteers handing out treats ...

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Kile Kaspar and Scott Harvey of Back in Motion Chiropractic dresses as vampires for their ...

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Daniel Marlow of Lee's Summit, Mo., and his 1-year-old "papoose," Sophia Marlow, enjoy themselves during ...

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The bandstand at Shawnee Town 1929 was decked out with pumpkins and Halloween colors for ...

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Elijah Hutson, 1, of Shawnee enjoys kicking the autumn leaves at Shawnee Town 1929 with ...

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Olivia Hershberger, 7, of Richmond, Mo., dressed in a costume that made her appear like ...

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JoAnn Mayo dressed in a costume that was right up the alley of her husband, ...

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Jacob Stratton, 14, trick-or-treats as Peanuts character Schroeder during Historical Hauntings.

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Shawnee Town 1929 volunteer Vera Newbold told spooky stories with lots of audience participation during ...

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