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News - November 9, 2007

The scariest house in America

Creators of Bush Street Halloween display win $50,000 in haunted house contest

by Daniel DeBolt

The award-winning "DC Cemetery" on Bush Street that draws big crowds every year isn't just a seasonal hobby for its creators — it's a year-round love affair.

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Posted by Jim Thurber, a resident of Shoreline West
on Nov 10, 2007 at 7:11 am

Mountain View is truly a Halloween town. In the Shoreline West area we had a huge pirate ship (complete with a full sized skeleton captain), a graveyard filled with the "living dead" and multiple, well decorated houses. All in all this is a wonderful community and many thanks to all the great people who help make it so.