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A haunted holiday in downtown Davis

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From page A1 | November 01, 2013 |

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NASA astronaut Sean Prince Dixon, 5, takes Treat Trail in search of new life forms and candy. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo

There were plenty of treats to be found in downtown Davis on Thursday with the Treat Trail and the Festival Dia de los Muertos. There were superheroes, dinosaurs and lots of ruffles to be seen. Enjoying the day was “NASA astronaut” Sean Prince Dixon, 5, who walked the Treat Trail in search of new life forms and candy. Francine Lobatos set the pace for the Maquilli Tomatiuh Aztec Dancers, who lead visitors to the Dia de los Muertos ceremony at the E Street Plaza.

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