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Putting the howl into Halloween

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The ownership at Six Pines Ranch in Rosser is putting a lot more howl into their Halloween haunted attractions this year.


Owners James and Judy Thevenot say they hope this year’s Halloween Haunt is the spookiest one yet.


"We have made so many changes this year," Judy said. "We are now offering speed passes for the Fear by Night so if it is a busy night people can bypass the lines if they have a limited time to be here.


"We also have zombie dancers, a main stage featuring the daily entertainment, the magic of Patrick and we have redone the Barn of Doom and we now have the Wolfman Party Den for people who want to do parties."


The Zombie Dancers were on loan from the Royal Dance Conservatory for a one night appearance on Oct. 13 Judy added.


Judy said other new features for this year’s haunt include online ticketing and a brand new website.


For more information on the haunt visit the website at www.sixpines.mb.ca/haunt.html or like them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SixPinesHauntedAttractions

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