YOLO COUNTY NEWS
DHS senior Brenna Perman hides behind UC Davis equestrian team coach Ryan Dropeza during after a startling scare during a daylight tour of the Traverso family haunted house Sunday afternoon. Several spine-chilling scenes await trick-or-treaters at 1731 El Pescador Court in South Davis, some of which have taken years to brave it all the way to the front porch, said Murre Traverso. Crowds have numbered from 150 to 500 trick-or-treaters during the 13 years the Traverso have hosted the haunted house. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
Murre Traverso and his son Joey, 8, look over the featured acts of their haunted house Sunday afternoon, many of which have waited all year to unleash their unholy terrors upon trick-or-treaters tonight at 1731 El Pescador Court in South Davis. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
UC Davis equestrian team coach Ryan Dropeza takes a tour of the Traverso family haunted house Sunday afternoon. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
One of the tortured souls at the Traverso haunted house strives to break free. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo

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