Photographed in October 2016, Chris and Lynette Brown stand inside their haunted house that the city of Modesto shut down last fall. Deathworkz  was a private haunted house that had been operating for 15 years. It's now gone fully professional, including a three-day Deathworkz Haunt Halloween Festival beginning Oct. 27 at the Stanislaus County Fairground in Turlock.
Photographed in October 2016, Chris and Lynette Brown stand inside their haunted house that the city of Modesto shut down last fall. Deathworkz was a private haunted house that had been operating for 15 years. It's now gone fully professional, including a three-day Deathworkz Haunt Halloween Festival beginning Oct. 27 at the Stanislaus County Fairground in Turlock. Marty Bicek Modesto Bee file
Photographed in October 2016, Chris and Lynette Brown stand inside their haunted house that the city of Modesto shut down last fall. Deathworkz was a private haunted house that had been operating for 15 years. It's now gone fully professional, including a three-day Deathworkz Haunt Halloween Festival beginning Oct. 27 at the Stanislaus County Fairground in Turlock. Marty Bicek Modesto Bee file

You can't kill what's already Deathworkz. Haunt returns as a 3-day fest in Turlock

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