GREEN — When she sits perfectly still in her gorilla costume next to the candy bowl on Halloween night, Amanda Chester said she likes to wait until she can touch the arms of trick-or-treaters before coming to life. “I love to wait until they’re right next to me,” she said. So think about that Thursday night when you’re approaching strangers’ houses in Douglas County. Chester and her father-in-law, Terry Chester, relish menacing their trick-or-treaters, not merely giving them a fun “spook.” In exchange for his Gobstoppers and Baby Ruths, Terry Chester wants a bloodcurdling scream or two. But “it’s all …
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