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Terror in Twin Hills

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A favourite holiday for many Drumhllerites is Halloween, a night of ghosts and goblins and trick-or-treaters. It is evident in the keenly decorated homes and the intricate costumes. The downtown trick-or-treat is always a hit with hundreds of kids.
There is one small cul-de-sac that put their heart and soul into Halloween.
At this year’s Canada Day Parade, many may have noticed a decked-out hearse on the route, marked up as the Twin Hills Terror. This has had many Halloweeners anticipating for months what's in store.
Twin Hills Close has become a destination for trick-or-treaters. Families in the neighbourhood go all out for Halloween.
Kent Jensen and his wife Nicole are part of it.
He says prior to moving to town he would decorate a hall on their home on the farm every Halloween. When they moved to town they found kindred spirits.
“This has been the third year we have been doing it, between us and a few of the neighbours, we have been gradually upping our game,” he said, adding, “It’s a little addictive after you start.”
The weather has been a bit of a challenge, but nonetheless, they had their display ready for trick or treaters as well as folk who want to drive through Twin Hills for a Halloween adventure.


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