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Sweet Springs To Host Haunted Sanitarium And Hayride

SWEET SPRINGS, WV – The Sweet Springs Park held the first night of their 4th Annual Haunted Sanitarium & Hayride on Saturday October 23 and it was a huge success. According to Arietta DuPre, volunteer administrative assistant and marketing director, “The first night is always designed for children – they can come, get a little scared, and enjoy themselves without being totally terrified, and we had over 150 children under 12 for the night.” DuPre went on to say, “Now the second night (this year on October 30) is different – it is the adult night and we encourage young children to stay upstairs and play while the parents go through the Haunted Sanitarium. The scares are much worse, and a lot more of them, so children under 12 rarely – if ever – make it through.”
Sweet Springs Park offers two different nights so children have a safe, healthy, and fun event that incorporates one of children’s favorite holidays without scaring them to the point they would never enjoy another haunted house of any kind. Project Manager Ashby Berkley said “We love having the children here and seeing they have a good time. We see to it that each young person gets some candy and has fun.”
On Saturday, October 30, the Haunted Sanitarium will be open from 6-11 p.m. for adults. Scare actors will be located in several places and along with that, the old Jeffersonian Hotel is haunted (according to several contacts in the world of professional Paranormalists) so you might get more than you bargained for – you might get a chance to glimpse some real ghosts, but can not be guaranteed, it is just a chance you have to take. Sweet Springs was just on the internationally broadcasted “Largest Ghost Hunt in the World” alongside Dracula’s Castle, the Pyramids, the Conjuring House and more. So come and enjoy the Haunted Sanitarium & Hayride on October 30 from 6-11 pm. GPS Address: 1 Jefferson Lane, Sweet Springs WV
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