The spooky month has arrived and that can mean only one thing, Haunted Hall the sequel is back! October 28-30 at Hempstead Hall in the UAHT campus in Hope.

According to Amanda Lance, the Director of Hemstead Hall and Workforce Development, last year Haunted Hall was planned for just students only, but everything went so well that they have decided to open this up to the general public for some scary fun. Once you step foot into Haunted Hall, there's no turning back as you visit the demented doll museum, did I tell you I hate creepy dolls? You will never know what is being concocted in the mad scientist's lab, how about a zombie crush?

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Make sure you stroll through the haunted maze if you dare and see if you and your friends can find your way out of the Escape room.

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There will be a variety of other activities as well geared for all ages where you get to pick your fright level. Tickets are just $5 for everyone and will guarantee unlimited access all day to Haunted Hall.

So, gather up your family or a group of friends for some spooktacular fun at Haunted Hall at Hempsted Hall. For more information please visit their Facebook page or call 870-722-8565.

See last year's preview HERE.

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