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The City Seen: October 1-4 

Notes from the weekend

This weekend City dove into the darker side of Rochester and wandered through a few haunted houses.

City ventured into the Castle of Horrors in the Main Street Armory, the site of a zombie outbreak. Even if you thought you were immune to fear, be wary, as not only did things move and zombies follow you, they jumped from the ceilings and came crawling out of the ground. The Castle of Horrors was sure to cover all kinds of fears.

On Saturday, The Haunted Hungerford event brought more than cobwebs as participating artists created both creepy and freaky works of art to decorate the Hungerford building. A miniature haunted house, about 700 square feet, was surprisingly scary for its size. Since it was an artist space, visitors tried to focus on the art displayed throughout the "house," but just as they began to digest the pieces, someone appeared from behind and scared everyone into moving on.

Check below for a slideshow from the weekend's events.

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