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Bruce and Stacey Rovinsky stand in their dining room of their Meriden home, Oct. 29, 2013 where brains and entrails will be served on Halloween for trick-or-treaters who dare tour their haunted house. The Rovinsky's have been opening their home for Halloween for the past eight years, only missing last year due to a family wedding. | Christopher Zajac / Record-Journal
The kitchen has been turned into a mad scientist's labe at the Rovinsky's house in Meriden, Oct. 29, 2013.The  mad scientist will be on hand in the laboratory when the trick-or-treaters tour the house on Halloween. The Rovinsky's recruit friends and family to man the displays to give guests a scary good experience.| Christopher Zajac / Record-Journal Doug Graves waits for calling hours in the funeral parlor setup in the haunted home of the Rovinsky's in Meriden, Oct. 29, 2013. On Halloween night, the Rovinsky invite trick-or-treaters to tour their haunted house. Donations will be accepted at the door to be donated to the Meriden Historical Society. | Christopher Zajac / Record-Journal A mummy in a coffin is illuminated by the candles from a skeleton candelabra in the funeral parlor of the Rovinsky's house in Meriden, Oct. 29, 2013. Fog machines, strobes and other ghoulish details set the mood to treat the trick-or-treaters who tour the haunted house on Halloween. | Christopher Zajac / Record-Journal The Rovinsky's added flying ghosts in front of their home at 190 Westfort Drive in Meriden, Oct. 29, 2013. The display is part of their annual Halloween haunted house where they allow trick-or-treaters the opportunity to tour through their home and see the horrors they've created. | Christopher Zajac / Record-Journal

Meriden house turns haunted for Halloween trick-or-treaters




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