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Updated: 10/30/2013 08:00:03AM

Haunting on the Harbor

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Smuggler’s sponsored the Haunting on the Harbor for the Halloween season at the City Marketplace site in downtown Punta Gorda. The event featured the largest haunted house in Charlotte County. Kayden Richardson, 11, demonstrated his dexterity by entering the green ball that moved through the water.

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Six-year-old Abigail Resnick went to the Haunting on the Harbor with family friend Kimberly Peterson, who helped her fill a bottle with layers of different-colored sand.

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Artist Donna Baggott transforms Cayden Kessler, 3, into superhero Spider- Man.

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Three-year-old Breanna Von Gillern, Emma Baker, 8, and Aleigha Van Gillern, 1, enjoy the Haunting on the Harbor event.

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Briona Long and Somer Morris were “just hanging around and having a good time.”

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Idy Becerril and Steve Vallillo, who was at one time the Frankenstein monster at Universal Studios, were on hand for the Haunting on the Harbor. The haunted house will be open for an encore, starting at 6 p.m. today and Thursday.

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The slide poses no problem for 6-year-old Landon Berkley.

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This is the second year that Tatiana Leonardo, Kayle Ehster and Shane McWilliams, 10, have worked at the haunted house.

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Wyatt Collins, 12, has the role of the dead man, who rises from the ground to frighten the visitors to the haunted house.

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The Drama Department Troop 0922 from Charlotte High School volunteered their time to be the eerie dwellers of the haunted house.

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Waiting for the hayride to begin are Milany Quiles, Aleya Johnstone, Michelle Atherley, Gloria Williams, Megan Williams, 9, and Dr. Andre Williams.

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Breanna Jacobs portrayed a zombie at the Haunting on the Harbor.

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Smuggler’s sponsored the Haunting on the Harbor for the Halloween season. The event featured the largest haunted house in Charlotte County. There were hayrides, carnival games, a pumpkin patch and a scary photo booth. The haunted house will remain open starting at 6 p.m. today and Thursday.

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