Lebanon Reporter

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October 17, 2012

Haunters prepare for Fright Forest

— October is here, and the Lebanon Department of Parks has begun preparations for its annual Fright Forest Haunted Trail.

“Volunteers have been planning for months to ensure the biggest and spookiest haunt yet,” said James Heine, a long-time volunteer. “I can’t wait. We have all new surprises hiding in the trees that’ll really get people’s hearts pounding.”

Each year Abner Longley Park’s nature trail on the south side of Lebanon is transformed into a spirited haunted attraction. Guests who dare enjoy a half-hour guided walking tour filled with things that go bump in the night.

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