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Trick or Treaters Venture Out to Experience Historical Fun of 13 Skeletons

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Despite the impending rainstorm, residents turned out to a home on Route 202/206 Sunday to experience the historical fun and fright of 13 Skeletons.

Created by resident Jim Adams, the exhibit features 13 skeletons that periodically move to different positions, and this year focused on an Abraham Lincoln-era White House, complete with a seance, cemetery and Lincoln impersonator.

The exhibit, open for trick or treaters, young and old alike, was open Sunday afternoon and Halloween Monday.

Click here to read more about Adams' work.

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