If 2020, with a global pandemic, civil unrest and the most contested presidential election in recent memory hasn’t been scary enough for you the volunteers at the Garrison Fire Department are convinced they can leave you shaking in your boots with the return of their annual haunted house.

Since mid-August, there’s been a buzz of activity around the old Garrison nursing home at 666 Elm St. while the department built out and expanded this year’s attraction — utilizing more of the vacant care facility’s available space and rerouting the path it takes.

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