New Hampshire Repair Shop Transformed Into Haunted Garage for Halloween
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New Hampshire Repair Shop Transformed Into Haunted Garage for Halloween

For the fifth year in a row, Myra Fowler, owner of L&H Auto Repair in Seabrook, NH, and her technicians are turning their four-bay shop into a Haunted Garage and Junk Yard Walk. The Haunted Garage, which offers free admission, is open on Friday and Saturday nights. In past years, more than 700 people have attended the Haunted Garage.

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For the fifth year in a row, Myra Fowler, owner of L&H Auto Repair in Seabrook, NH, and her technicians are turning their four-bay shop into a Haunted Garage and Junk Yard Walk. The Haunted Garage, which offers free admission, is open on Friday and Saturday nights. In past years, more than 700 people have attended the Haunted Garage.

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Below is the article as it appeared on The Daily News website.

Haunted Garage bays open for Halloween

By Angeljean Chiaramida
October 21, 2010

At 138 Centennial St., spiders are weaving awesome webs, witches are fermenting the brew in their cauldrons, zombies are brushing the mold from their clothes, vampires are sharpening their fangs, all getting ready for a Halloween extravaganza intended to raise the dead right out of their graves.

For the fifth year in a row, owner Myra Fowler and her crew of ghoulish mechanics are preparing to open the Haunted Garage and Junk Yard Walk from 6 to 9 on Friday and Saturday nights, Oct. 29 and 30. It’s a wonderful, free Halloween experience not to be missed by children and the young at heart.

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Just passing by the address — normally the place of business for L & W Auto Repair — brings a shiver. There are hearses and black funeral coaches with hostile horses guarding the entrance. And that’s only a preview.

The ghostly delights take place inside the four-bay garage and in the graveyard of vehicle carcasses out back, where human body parts can often be seen poking out of windows and trunks.

To read the entire article, visit The Daily News website at http://www.newburyportnews.com/local/x693284242/Haunted-Garage-bays-open-for-Halloween.

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