Not for the faint of heart!
Looking for a hard-core Halloween experience? Here are three that are sure to make you wish you remembered the safe word.
Windom’s Haunted Sghoul House – Do you like bunnies?
Then see if you can make it all of the way through without screaming the safe word…”Bunny.” Tickets are still available for all shows (7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00) for October 21st, 22nd, 28th & 29th.
Call 507-831-2375 for up to date ticket information!
THE FRANCOIS HAUNTED HOTEL in Redwood Falls – What’s scarier then a basement? Come explore the Francois subterranean hotel basements that survived the great fire of 1903…IF YOU DARE!
The Francois Haunted Hotel is open in downtown Redwood Falls for 3 nights this year–Friday, October 28, Saturday, October 29 and Monday, October 31 from 7:00 – 10:00pm nightly! The scariest basement in town is open once again for those brave enough to venture into the dark!
Celebrate Redwood Falls has added new scares, new routes, and new monsters to give you all new thrills. On Halloween night, we reverse the route and change things up so be sure to go through Thursday or Friday and come back on Monday to Monster Mash-up! Not recommended for anyone under 13. Admission is $10 with proceeds supporting this and other Celebrate Redwood Falls events. Bring a canned or boxed food item for the Redwood Area Food Shelf. Check out the Monsters on Main Street event on Monday for those under 13. ~ ExploreMN.com
Pipestone Ghost Walk – A haunted house? How about an entire haunted town?!
This Ghost Walk combines history and shivers. These true life tales of paranormal activity will have you looking over your shoulder the entire way.
A tour will be offered, Saturday, October 29 at 8 pm leaving from the Pipestone County Museum. The tour will stroll down Main Street and meander through alleyways, while a costumed guide spins tales of some bizarre and unusual local tales as well as providing some history of the area.
The cost of the tour is $7 and not recommended for children under 12. Pre-registration for the Ghost Walk is required by calling the Pipestone County Museum at 507-825-2563. Proceeds from this joint fundraiser will go towards the Pipestone Civil War Festival activities and the Pipestone County Museum’s operations.
The Pipestone County Museum is open Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm. The Museum is located at 113 South Hiawatha Avenue in Pipestone, across from the Historic Calumet Inn. For tickets, call 507-825-2563, or email firstname.lastname@example.org – City of Pipestone
MVTV Wishes you a safe and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
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