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Controversial haunted house comes down

October 29, 2013

WOONSOCKET – After a visit from state fire marshals yesterday, Dave Densmore did something he had vowed not to, despite an order from city inspectors: tear down the haunted Halloween maze he built on his property.

He wasn’t happy about it.

“They shut me down,” snapped Densmore, standing on a ladder as he ripped off pieces of the roof, made from a black plastic tarp. “The city couldn’t do it. The state fire marshal ordered us to do it.”

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