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OPEN 4 NIGHTS for 2008!

Friday, August 15th, 2008

9:00pm to 1:00am

Saturday, August 16, 2008

9:00pm to 1:00am

Friday, August 22, 2008

9:00pm to 1:00am

Saturday, August 23, 2008

9:00pm to 1:00am

A word from the Haunt-coordinator :

Over the past four years of running our haunt, we have noticed it isn't the Halloween season that brings out the spirits of our woods; it is simply the night! So with that in mind, we have opted to change our event to run during the time of year that we have experienced the most paranormal activity in our woods... the summer!

Ask any member of Splatmandu Paintball club and they will tell you... they don't go into the woods at night.... things seem to always come up missing. A few of us have even felt as though we were not alone out there. We aren't talking the animals of the forest either. Personal accounts of trips into the woods after dark have left many terrified. Strange sightings of floating children, dark-cloaked women amongst the trees, strange non-human screams, just to name a few.

Many of you that have read our history of the Morrison Cemetery might have thought it was a ploy to attract more thrill-seekers. Well, to be honest, in the beginning it was partly true. The events that we described were based on actual events of Three Rivers history, but they were dramatized to fit in with the theme of Halloween and all things scary. Ever since we have begun this Haunt, the few sightings of things we weren't orchestrating have grown exponentially- to the point of scaring away many of our actors from returning for a new year!

So to honor the TRUE fear that exists in our woods, we are hosting this event for FOUR nights in August. Please come out and give us a try this summer! We promise a great show... and as always, all proceeds benefit the Domestic Assault Shelter of Three Rivers, MI.

Thank you for your time,

Jennifer

Aka Haunt-Coordinator for Field of Screams