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    Courtney Stempinski

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Glensheen Spooktacular

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Sunday night my roommates and I went to the Glensheen mansion for their Spootacular event. Glensheen is a turn-of-the-century mansion that was built by Chester Congdon, who is the namesame for Chester Park, Chester Bowl, Congdon Park, etc. He’s a famous local man that was involved in a lot of entrepreneurial things in the early 1900s. The Glensheen now operates as a historic house museum and there are tours all year long. It also is famous for the 1970s murders of Congdon’s descendant and her nurse. The weekend before Halloween, the Glensheen has people carve 1,000 pumpkins and creates a path around the grounds. Although we didn’t get to tour the inside, we toured the rest of the grounds and saw inside the boat house and stables. At the end of the path they had a fire twirler and smores roasting. This was our first time out as roommates bonding, so it was a nice little thing to finally do together.

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