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Eerie Halloween wetlands walk

Photos by Chad Ryan | The Journal Gazette
RIGHT: Trick-or-treaters walk down a lighted path at the Camp Scott Wetlands on Oxford Street on Monday during the first “Halloween at the Wetlands” free family event held on the property.
ABOVE: Seven-year-old Charlie Monroe, left, and Tyler Monroe, 5, warm up by a campfire before heading down the lighted path to hear stories, go trick-or-treating and select pumpkins at the “Halloween at the Wetlands” at the Camp Scott wetlands.

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