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Rosemont to debut new haunted house

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  • Crew Chief Tello Wilfrido Thursday installs a plate cover over a light at the entrance to Scream in the Park in Rosemont's entertainment district.

      Crew Chief Tello Wilfrido Thursday installs a plate cover over a light at the entrance to Scream in the Park in Rosemont's entertainment district.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Master designer Mark Kaschube, who is also a dentist in Franklin Park, carries prop mannequins Thursday in a display area at Scream in the Park in Rosemont's entertainment district.

      Master designer Mark Kaschube, who is also a dentist in Franklin Park, carries prop mannequins Thursday in a display area at Scream in the Park in Rosemont's entertainment district.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Crew Chief Tello Wilfrido Thursday installs a plate cover over a light at the entrance to Scream in the Park in Rosemont's entertainment district.

      Crew Chief Tello Wilfrido Thursday installs a plate cover over a light at the entrance to Scream in the Park in Rosemont's entertainment district.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Master designer Mark Kaschube, who is also a dentist in Franklin Park, sprays paint on a prop mannequin that will be on display at Scream in the Park in Rosemont's entertainment district.

      Master designer Mark Kaschube, who is also a dentist in Franklin Park, sprays paint on a prop mannequin that will be on display at Scream in the Park in Rosemont's entertainment district.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Master designer Mark Kaschube, who is also a dentist in Franklin Park, builds an electric control for a prop mannequin that will be on display at Scream in the Park in Rosemont's entertainment district.

      Master designer Mark Kaschube, who is also a dentist in Franklin Park, builds an electric control for a prop mannequin that will be on display at Scream in the Park in Rosemont's entertainment district.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

 
 

A ghoulish castle with a giant skull atop the entrance and two skeletons on each side of the doorway will greet visitors to Rosemont's new haunted house this fall. It opens Oct. 1 in the village's new entertainment district.

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