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Sweet treats and good scares this Halloween


Across our area, celebrations of Halloween are wrapping up.

Halloween included trick-or-treating for some, while others went looking for a good scare.

As daylight drew to a close, many trick-or-treaters walked the streets of Wausau.

"Snickers bars, Milky Way, I like everything," said Ksusha Wensch.

For a day, the streets looked like a movie.

Ninjas, princesses and even Spiderman.

Some houses screamed Halloween and children screamed right back.

"Trick or treat!" said Asher Przybylski.

"Going door-to-door, dressing up, having fun," said Lisa Imhoff.

But not everyone was looking for a sweet treat.

Some, just wanted a scare.

"I haven't seen anyone come out yet," said Cody Westover.

Cody Westover stood in line waiting to enter the Dimension of Horrors in Rib Mountain.

"It kind of just amps up each room you get to, it gets a little bit more intense," said Corey Huotari, Dimension of Horrors Owner.

Inside these rooms, clowns, scary nurses and coffins.

The coffins were something Westover said was the scariest part of all.

"They were moving, they were pounding, a lot of noises," said Westover.

While he made it out all right, he said it was a scare he'll remember.

"It was everything I expected it to be and more," said Westover.

Back on the streets, trick-or-treaters were able to say the same thing.

"Happy Halloween!" said Przybylski.

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