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The ghosts, ghouls, and goblins are gathering in Putnam County.

Costume superstore, Halloween City, is opening a location at the Liberty Square Shopping Center, located in Teays Valley. The store will locate in the former Big Bear grocery store next to Dollar Tree. It's expected to open on Saturday, Sept. 7, according to T. J. Summers from Four S Development.

Across the country, Halloween City is opening up to 350 seasonal locations. The company said in a news release that it's recruiting up to 10,000 new employees to fill temporary management and store associate positions. Each store location is expected to employ at least 24 associates.

Interested applicants can apply either online at the Halloween City web site, or in person at any store location.

Call 1-800-HALLOWEEN for more information.