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Harvest Faire to recreate Hay House history

Harvest Faire to recreate Hay House history

Parker Van Riper, Opinions Editor

October 28, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

On the eve of Halloween, the Hay House will open its doors for its annual Harvest Faire. Sponsored by the Knight Foundation—a non-profit dedicated to supporting community engagement—the event will take place between 4:00-7:00 p.m. The Harvest Faire is a recreation of a faire in the 1800s, emu...

Seven Halloween flicks for the courageous and cowardly

Seven Halloween flicks for the courageous and cowardly

Gabriel Garcia, Contributing Writer

October 28, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Halloween is here. The days are growing colder, and the faint aroma of fall leaves lingers in the air. Students might spend hours carving pumpkins and trying to find the perfect costume, but what is Halloween without a few seasonal movies? And there is no need to track down the best ones on your own ...

Halloween costumes for any budget

Halloween costumes for any budget

Meghan Duffey, Staff Writer

October 28, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

As perpetually broke college students, hardly anyone has the money to buy an off-the-rack Halloween costume from Party City or Target. The solution is to make cheap, do-it-yourself costumes from items found at home, the dollar store or a thrift shop. Of course, you could always go old school. You could cut eye-hol...

'Paranormal Activity 3' will scare you

Garret McDowell

November 2, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Most good ghost stories need an origin. Most of them need something that begins their mystique and horror. Oren Peli’s Paranormal Activity series has become a Halloween fixture for millions of people. In now its third iteration, the original tale of Katie and her haunting has gone back to the begi...

Movies for post-Halloween terror, intrigue, amusement

Olivia Brayan

November 2, 2011


Filed under Uncategorized

As a college student I am far past the point of trick or treating on Halloween. At my age it would really just be creepy. So I am left with two options. I could either stay home and lamely pass out candy, or dust off my cat woman suit and hit the town in search of fun. I honestly would rather go with...

Haunted Montrose: the house went bad

Haunted Montrose: the house went bad

Mallory Dyal

November 2, 2011


Filed under Uncategorized

For 13 nights in October, Haunted Montrose struck fear into the hearts of its visitors.  Located in Montrose, just off Interstate 16 between Macon and Dublin, Haunted Montrose’s Old Slaughter House sits in a remote cornfield. Immediately upon leaving their cars visitors could hear screams of ter...

'Spirits in October' haunts historic Riverside Cemetery

'Spirits in October' haunts historic Riverside Cemetery

Alaisha Key

October 19, 2011


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If you are looking to have an encounter with ghosts, ghouls and spirits during this Halloween season, then the Historic Riverside Cemetery Conservancy is providing a unique opportunity for audiences of all ages to meet some of the cemeteries most beloved residents at a series of events called Spir...

Fun, easy Halloween costume ideas for every budget, theme

Emily Farlow

October 19, 2011


Filed under Uncategorized

Finding the perfect Halloween costume can be stressful, especially when you are on a budget. But the great thing is, the coolest costumes aren’t always the most expensive. Here are some cheap alternatives, along with some more expensive ideas for those who can afford to go all out. Prom Queen/Miss America...

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