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Ghost Haunt Spirits the Way to Spooky Pleasures at Calico



Calico Ghost Haunt

Calico Ghost Town

YERMO - Thrills, terror and sheer excitement return to Calico Ghost Town on Friday, October 23rd during the annual Ghost Haunt. This year the town has gone all out to provide new horrors to the delight of anyone who attends this year’s event during two fun-filled weekends.

Silver Fever has invaded Maggie’s Mine. Step into the mine and beware as ghosts and skeletons of dead miners jump out to greet you. Flashes of lights, thunder and coffins appear from the various nooks and crannies of the mine. This attraction is a scream a minute!

Guests will have an opportunity to take “The Last Ride”. Climb into a real coffin and experience being taken down, down, down as if buried alive. Plenty of scare in this attraction!

Return to the schoolhouse and be taught a lesson from the “dead” schoolmarm. This will be a lesson you will not soon forget!

There will be trick-or-treating, costume contests, pumpkin carving, coloring contests, Halloween family-friendly movies, the reading of Edgar Allen Poe’s The Raven, panning for gold in “blood” (red water) and more in two back-to-back weekends packed with scary, family fun.

Calico’s Ghost Haunt runs from October 23-25 and again October 30-November 1st. Camping is available for the second weekend only and may be booked online at www.sbcountyparks.com. Daily admission is $10 adults; $5 ages 6-15. Admission for active military with ID is $5 adults, $3 ages 6-15. Calico Ghost Town is located 6 miles north of Barstow on I-15. For more information visit www.calicotown.com or call 800-86-CALICO.


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