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    "Mama Pig" has her eyes on Jeff Strout as Strout works on a "Nightmare on the Ridge" set at Wallingford’s in Auburn on Wednesday. While Halloween is up in the air for many people this year, the annual event at Wallingford's is moving ahead cautiously.

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    A floating candelabra at the "Nightmare on the Ridge" in Auburn.

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    Jeff Strout works outside the "spider barn" at the "Nightmare on the Ridge" in Auburn on Wednesday. "We have some very large arachnids in there," said Strout.

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    The story behind the "Nightmare on the Ridge" is caused by the curse put on the demented Ringmaster, left, said set designer Jeff Strout, right. Strout's son, Chad Strout, is the Ringmaster.

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    Groups of people who arrive together will make their way through the Nightmare on the Ridge in their "own little bubble" because of the coronavirus, said designer Jeff Strout.

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    Jeff Strout has been designing the set at "The Nightmare on the Ridge" since 2017. But, he has been at the center of Maine "haunts" for much longer.

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