The 4th Annual Haunted Keystone still scary despite downsizing - KOTA Territory News

The 4th Annual Haunted Keystone still scary despite downsizing


Holy Terror Day's haunted house fundraiser brings out all the creepy crawlies for their fourth Annual Haunted Keystone. 

Town warewolf Fluffy "it's a pretty scary place...people who went to school here don't even like to go in the seller because strange things do happen."

Fluffy dog says the haunted Keystone Museum is the perfect place to scare. "That's what's so fun about doing the haunt in a place that's haunted is you can't tell if it's us doing it or if it's them doing it."  

People can get a good scare and give back to their community.   "The money goes towards helping folks out in the town when they get in a bit of bind."   But it's the haunted attraction that's in a bit of a bind itself. If guests were expecting the haunted forest and mine they won't see that this year.   "This year we only have one attraction because of the recent bad weather" Fluffy says.

But Fluffy assures us that the haunted school will be enough to scare the bravest person.  And some might even go missing.   "Contact your next of kin to let them know where you're going and may have been last seen." 

The haunted school is open from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. this weekend and next. And on Halloween.

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