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Melissa Carbone quit her high-paying marketing job eight years ago and invested her life savings into something extremely scary: She launched a haunted hayride attraction in the heart of Los Angeles. The investment seemed to make sense. After all, Americans are expected to spend a record $8.4 billion...
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