Olde World Village invaded by demons and other Halloween horrors

This Friday and Saturday, October 17 and 18, 2014, through October’s end, Michigan’s Olde World Village in Augusta is being invaded by demons and other Halloween horrors with this years Haunted Hallow.

The Olde World Village is known for the various invasions it weathers throughout the Spring and Summer months.  At the Village pirates and pioneers, artists and artificers, muscle machines, and matrons and masters of the medieval make their way through the gates for the various festivities.

With the colors draining from the leaves and the chill October winds the Summer celebrants have set sail for peaceful harbors and in their wake a tide of terror takes their place.

The newly arrived denizens of the dark are waiting your arrival to titillate, tempt, and terrorize with their tricks and treats.

Be forwarned!  The show is not for the faint, fearful, or weak of heart.  If you favor these categories, seek a cider mill or pick a pumpkin patch but hide away from The Haunted Hallow!  If you dare risk The Haunted Hallow, warm clothes and Depends or a fresh change of underwear are highly recommended!

The Haunted Hallow is located at The Olde World Village at 13215 M-96 (Augusta Dr.), Augusta, MI. and is open 8 p.m. to Midnight Friday and Saturday evenings through October 31.

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