Be afraid, be very afraid. Halloween is right around the corner so Primetime News at 9 has compiled a list of the area’s scariest events.
“Project Fear” in Geneva is open every Friday and Saturday in October in addition to Halloween night.
There, you can experience the terror as you walk through an old machine shop on Campbell Avenue. Organizers do not suggest it for those with health conditions or children under the age of six.
The undead are expected to take over the streets of Elba on Halloween. The city is hosting its first-ever Zombie run. Chamber of Commerce Officials say competitors are coming from as far away as California and Canada. The run is in conjunction with the Pumpkins on the Downtown Square.
Ghost, Goblins, superheroes and princesses are invited to Headland’s Halloween Scream. It is going to be on Halloween night in the square from 6 to 8 p.m. There will be hay rides, inflatables, games and trunk or treating. Attendees are encouraged to bring canned goods for the local food bank. For more information call the Headland Chamber of Commerce at 693-3303.
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