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Inmates to be Evacuated from Norwalk Jail to Make Room for Haunted House

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If you're looking to up the ante on the legitimate fear factor of your Halloween, try this on for size -- a jail in Norwalk is going to transport its inmates elsewhere this October 31, and deck the prison out as a haunted house.

Deputy Frank Barragan told the Huffington Post that the Norwalk Sheriff's Station and the Lakewood Station will be filled with your typical Halloween characters: ghosts, goblins, witches and vampires. Parents and kids alike will be welcome.

As for those pesky inmates, getting in the way of all the Halloween fun? They'll be taken to nearby facilities, and, Barragan tells the Post, since they're not told anything about the festivities taking place in their home away from home, "they don't even know it's happening."