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Glensheen's Jack O' Lantern Spooktacular

Created: 10/24/2013 6:20 AM WDIO.com

On Thursday, October 24th, the Spooktacular begins at Glensheen Mansion!

Glensheen's 3rd annual Jack O' Lantern Spooktacular will be open for business through Sunday. They will have over 1,000 Jack O' Lanterns for visitors to marvel over. You can also see the Wrought Iron Torch Walk, the Grinning Butlers of West Gate, the Bridge of Sorrows over Red Water Creek, and a Dining Room Pumpkin Seance.

The event starts at 6:00 PM every night, and runs until 9:00 PM. Tickets range from $8 per individual to $20 for a family pass.

Visitors are encouraged to carpool, walk, or park in UMD's Lot W and use the free shuttle provided.

Trail conditions may be uneven, so Glensheen warns that it might not be suitable for every guest.

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