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Haunted Hayride a Success

by Bobby Blair
October 22, 2017

Jim Taralli of the Community Farm Advisory Committee served as tractor driver Saturday night for the 2nd Annual Haunted Hayride. Last year the venue was a walk only affair.

The lines formed early and when this reporter left at 7:45 pm a waiting line stood in the mild autumn air at the Community Farm on Rogers Road.

The hayride took about 20 minutes to traverse around the planting field stopping at designated spook sites.

Recognize anyone?

The mad human butcher portrayed by PJ Kilkelly was a highlight of the ride which included sound effects.

This scene was life like and included running blood. The entire event was sponsored by the Lion's Club and folks from the Community Farm. 

 

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