Not one, not two, but THREE hauntings were on tap in the Windy City Friday night. It was soooooooo cool… (so maybe not the hour long wait in the line that never moved that went on and on my friends) but even that did not damper my excitement. First stop was the Ditka Dome for […]
Yes, according to our calendar’s autumn officially arrived last week. Today is the first real sign that it has indeed come. The blustery wind, the grey skies, the falling, blowing leaves… AH… love it… evn if I had to put a jacket on to walk up town this morning. I had to stop at the
AH…… HALLOWEEN HAS COME (and gone for another year by the time this post is complete). I love this time of year. Some of my cousins (on my Dad’s side) actually operate a small family-friendly attraction. They charge absolutely no admission and get lots of visitors every year. At the end of the haunt, Ed
Today, I worked from 10am-4pm… not a bad shift at all… not too early and off at a decent hour. Everything was going well until about 11:30 when the electricity flicked on and off. It did this three times in about a five minute interval. THEN, it flicked and did not come back on. GREAT!!!
Tonight, the haunted house regulars (minus one) returned to ScreamAcres following last weeks travesty of Terror Town. ScreamAcres was by far the BEST attraction we have been to this year. And since a few naysayers laid the kibosh on ANY attraction site we had been planning be it a month long extravaganza or a one
This weekend saw another tour of the area haunted fare. Since our haunted theatre was nixed by the local bureaucrats (something about the theatre not being coded correctly… whatever), it has been great to visit the attractions within reasonable drives. However, this weekend’s extravaganza was a little weak. Let’s just say that I think that
Once again, a group of close friends gathered together tonight to venture to another haunt. This time it was the Leader Family Farm outside Napoleon. Earlier, we traveled to Sandusky’s Ghostly Manor (which is nationally recognized and year-long). The Leader Farm is locally owned and run seasonally. In fact, this was the opening weekend for
Tonight at our weekly haunted house production meeting, those of us who ventured to Ghostly Manor discussed our satisfaction with the experience and evaluated what we thought could be done with our fright fest. We were advised to check the website for another well-reviewed house of horror in Ohio, just considerably farther than Sandusky. It