LifestylesHales Ruritan promises new frights, fears

Hales Community Haunted Forest, now in its 27th year, received a makeover this year with brand new scenes guaranteed to add some extra fright to those who wander through.

Robb Phillips with Paranormal Technology Investigations, East Tennessee Ghost Tours, said nothing is going to be the same this year. He said they have added new actors, scenes and music to the annual event.

“Everybody is always coming in and saying we have been to that a hundred times; it is always the same and never changes. Over the years, it has died down because it stays the same,” Phillips said. More...

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