Michael Fritsch, soon-to-be owner of the Eastside Big Tom Drive Inn, carries a ghoul as he sets up the fundraiser haunted house next to the restaurant on Fourth Avenue on Thursday. Entry to the exhibit - which opens at 7 a.m. today - is free with a donation to the Thurston County Food Bank.
Michael Fritsch, soon-to-be owner of the Eastside Big Tom Drive Inn, carries a ghoul as he sets up the fundraiser haunted house next to the restaurant on Fourth Avenue on Thursday. Entry to the exhibit - which opens at 7 a.m. today - is free with a donation to the Thurston County Food Bank. The Olympian
Michael Fritsch, soon-to-be owner of the Eastside Big Tom Drive Inn, carries a ghoul as he sets up the fundraiser haunted house next to the restaurant on Fourth Avenue on Thursday. Entry to the exhibit - which opens at 7 a.m. today - is free with a donation to the Thurston County Food Bank. The Olympian

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October 29, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED October 29, 2010 08:44 AM

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