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Another ‘Knight of Gore:’ Upstart haunted house returns for second year in new location

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Complaints of lingering Christmas decorations become common as the New Year bleeds into the spring and the decorative lights and wreathes remain on display. It is, however, less common for complainants to look into their yard and see Halloween decorations buried in snow.

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Kyla Colburn displays a decapitated mannequin head while preparing for haunted house, “A Knight of Gore at the Compound,” along Warrior Road last Saturday.

But that was the predicament Kyla and Knight “K.J.” Colburn found themselves in last winter, after they hosted “A Knight of Gore,” an open-air haunted house, in their Gillette backyard last Halloween.

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Dolls hang from a school bus door at “A Knight of Gore at the Compound” last Saturday.

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KJ Colburn, from left, and Gabriel Labbé clear snow while working on this year’s haunted house, “A Knight of Gore at the Compound.”

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Kyla Colburn observes progress on completing this year’s haunted house, “A Knight of Gore at the Compound,” along Warrior Road last Saturday.

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Haunted house designer Kyla Colburn walks through a portion of this year’s, “A Knight of Gore at the Compound,” last weekend.

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