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Just wanted to introduce myself here! When I was 10, I got a Willowcrest Kit for Christmas. My dad was supposed to help me put it together... It is still in the box almost 30 years later. I’m looking forward to putting it together with my daughters. We’re going for a subtly haunted look. 

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Welcome to the little family, Jackie.  Unless your Willowcrest has told you it wants to be haunted, don't be surprised if it wants to go its own way.

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That sounds fun Jackie, welcome. 

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:wave: Hi Jackie!  Nice to have another Jackie in the group.  :) 

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