Julia Ramirez, left, and Jose Leon, both 8 from Merced, try on some skeletal remains at Frightmare Farms, in the small farming community of Plainsburg near Le Grand, on Tuesday (10-29-13).
Julia Ramirez, left, and Jose Leon, both 8 from Merced, try on some skeletal remains at Frightmare Farms, in the small farming community of Plainsburg near Le Grand, on Tuesday (10-29-13).
Julia Ramirez, left, and Jose Leon, both 8 from Merced, try on some skeletal remains at Frightmare Farms, in the small farming community of Plainsburg near Le Grand, on Tuesday (10-29-13).

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