Saturday, October 20, 2012

Haunted Walk

Last night I went on my very first haunted walk with my mom & my sister.
It's put on locally, and some of the proceeds go towards our local food bank.

I'd never been before, but it was a calm & relatively warm evening... a big foggy.  Eearily "quiet," even...
PERFECT weather for a haunted walk!


To be honest, I wasn't expecting much.
Although the thought that some psycho might actually hide out in the woods and go on a murdering spree DID enter my mind on numerous occasions... like, hello!?  Isn't this EXACTLY what happens in scary movies? 

We got there around 9:00, and the "characters" had just started their break... there was a group or 2 in front of us, so we had about half an hour to kill... pardon the pun!  ;)

We sipped on  hot chocolate and stayed close to the bonfire.
Rocky Horror was playing too, so that was fun!

Finally it was our turn!
The walk started off by entering an old shed....
Right off the bat, I was taken aback by the props & makeup!  It was CREEPY, dude!  Seriously!
The first character was chained to a wall all bloody and begging us for help, another one was strapped to a table and the makeup made it look as though the skin on her face was melting off.
Disgusting.... but so well done!

The walk lasted just about half an hour, I think.
We were spooked by pretty much everything you could think of.  There was a chainsaw wielding crazy guy in the woods... people locked in cages... creepy child-ghosts swinging & humming throughout the forest... even a exorcism happening right there in the middle of the woods.


I screamed like a girl.
And yes, I was hanging onto my mommy for dear life!


All in all, it was an interesting way to spend a Friday night!
If you're a horror movie buff and you like being scared, I'd totally recommend it!
Definitely not suitable for younger children... there is an age requirement of 8 years old, but that might even be a little young.

Have you been on a haunted walk or visited a haunted house lately!?


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11 comments

  1. Looks like fun! I haven't been to one yet this year, but I want to go soon.

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  2. Hahah I'm terrified of anything haunted, horror movies, all that jazz. I say they move up the age limit it 21... And keep moving it up as I age. ;)

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  3. I would SO not enjoy that! Eeeeeeek. I get really creeped out very easily and can't even watch a slightly creepy movie!
    It does sound like it was really well done though!

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  4. aaaah creepy pictures!

    I can't do haunted houses or things because I'm paranoid someone will go on a killing spree haha.

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  5. That looks like a blast! Way better than the local corn mazes!

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  6. i will die of a heart attack lol.


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  7. I went on a haunted walk a few weekends ago, it wasn't too scary, but it wasn't lame either! The scariest part is BEFORE you start you get locked in a big building and it is pitch black inside and you have to find your way out through the maze, we couldn't get out so they sent a worker in with a flashlight to help us..oops!

    I'm going to "the scariest haunted house in central ohio" tonight, so I will let you know how it goes!

    Oh and these are my 1st haunted houses and trails EVER!

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  8. Ah, I would have been completely freaked out! Hubs & I are going to a haunted house tomorrow night so I'm preparing myself to be scared! Hehe.

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  9. I hate haunted anything but I am like the idea of a walk because it is long and not pay $10 for 4 minutes. I have two girls,ages 8 and 10. I blog about raising them in a world that doesn't love God. I see you have a precious girl, I hope you will check it out.
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  10. So cool! I haven't been to one for two years! :(

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