“We have been working on this since May,” she said. “The sprinkler system was installed and we are about ready to get that hooked up to the city’s water service. As far as making it even safer, we have had a volunteer electrician rewire the entire upstairs and hopefully we can get to the downstairs, too. But, everything is going to be much better and much safer.” Also, the ceiling tiles on the main floor were removed and several other odds and ends were completed to improve the haunting experience, she said. Several volunteers, such as Clinton resident Tim Allen, are meeting at 6 p.m. weekday nights to prepare. “I really enjoy working with the youth because they have so much energy and are always very excited about this house,” he said. “It’s a longtime tradition here.” The grand re-opening is set for Oct. 10, at the house, located at 513 E.
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