Wednesday, November 22, 2017
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Scary, scary Halloween house for Rick Kriseman

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Check out the creative and timely Halloween theme on this Old Northeast home. "It floats," is an homage to Stephen King's killer clown story, and the stuff those goes in a toilet and hopefully not Tampa Bay.

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