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Sgt. Darnell Richardson, intelligence analyst for 4th

Sgt. Darnell Richardson, intelligence analyst for 4th

Sgt. Darnell Richardson, intelligence analyst for 4th Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, helps decorate the Boys & Girls Club of El Paso, Texas, into a haunted house, Oct. 27. Richardson is atte... More

A Fort Bliss soldier tries on a scary clown mask while

A Fort Bliss soldier tries on a scary clown mask while

A Fort Bliss soldier tries on a scary clown mask while preparing the Boys & Girls Club of El Paso, Texas, to become a haunted house, Oct. 27. During the haunted house event, volunteers would spring from dark co... More

Fake tombstones sit in the Boys & Girls Club of El

Fake tombstones sit in the Boys & Girls Club of El

Fake tombstones sit in the Boys & Girls Club of El Paso, Texas, as decoration for a Halloween haunted house. The club was decorated by volunteers from the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, Fort Bliss and the local community.

A group of El Paso, Texas, trick-or-treaters make their

A group of El Paso, Texas, trick-or-treaters make their

A group of El Paso, Texas, trick-or-treaters make their way through the Boys & Girls Club of El Paso haunted house on Halloween.

A volunteer from the El Paso, Texas, community, dressed

A volunteer from the El Paso, Texas, community, dressed

A volunteer from the El Paso, Texas, community, dressed up as a monster, scares trick-or-treaters as they make their way through the Boys & Girls Club of El Paso haunted house on Halloween. The event was organi... More

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