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Halloween in the Blue Water Area

What to during the Spooky holiday
Jenelle Kalaf
Photo Editor
It’s that time of the year.
Where small children dress up and ask strangers for candy, and parents then “check” the candy and eat it themselves.
Yes, Halloween, the spookiest of the Holidays.
For those of you who can’t partake in free candy, there is still plenty of things to do. And not just Haunted Houses.
judgement houseHouse of Judgment

Just because Port Huron is a smaller city, it doesn’t mean that it doesn’t house some of the greatest frights. House of Judgment was featured on HBO as one of the largest Haunted Houses in the country. Taking place in the old Washington School building, the haunt covers all 3 floors. Tickets are $15, or $12 with student ID. The house is open Fridays and Saturdays all October. All profits go to the Grace Ministry Center. For more information, visit houseofjudgment.net.



panicPanic at Pine Stump Hollow

For those looking for haunted adventure in the woods, this might be the place for you. The half mile walk leads guests to sights of ghosts and ghouls. A haunted house is also featured at the attraction. Each haunt is $12 or $20 for a package deal. Dates and locations for the haunt is listed on the website. For more information, visit panicatpinestumphollow.com.







rockyFamily Haunted Village and Spook Walk
If you’re in the Sanilac Area, head over to the Historic Village for Halloween family fun. Tour the village, meet the residents of the old town, and walk through the woods. The event on Oct. 17 and starts at 7 p.m.. Price for admission is $3 for adults and children. The event welcomes all ages. For more information, visit sanilaccountymuseum.org.




familyThe Rocky Horror Show
This one is for all the freaks and geeks of the night. The cult hit returns to the McMorran Place for another Halloween show. The story follows a newly engaged couple who, after breaking down on the road, discover a strange house and are pulled into the world of singing, dancing, and transvestites. Tickets are $20 to $30 and the shows Oct. 23 at 8 p.m. and Oct. 24 at 8 p.m. and 11:55 p.m. For more information, visit Mcmorran.com.