Haunted Hollow back for third year
by Hawkins Teague
Oct 17, 2007 | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend | print
For those who are looking for a way to uphold the Halloween tradition of going to a creepy haunted house, one needs look no farther than Pugh Flat Baptist Church’s “Haunted Hollow,” starting this weekend.

While not a haunted house in the strictest sense of the term, Haunted Hollow offers a more expansive trip through some very creepy woods. This will be the third year for the attraction, which was started by the Gibbs brothers, Stacey, Tracey and Frankie. Their sister, Teresa Gibbs, said they spent more than $1,000 on the costumes the first year, which are being used by about 25 to 30 people who are acting in the production. The brothers started it as not only a fun thing for the Pugh Flat youth group to do, but also as a way to raise money for them. Dunn said they cleared close to $1,700 last year.

Dunn said her brothers bought a few more costumes this year. Icluded will be killer clowns, a demented troll, rotting demons, a “twisted grim reaper,” a grave dweller, a bone collector and many others. One strange new addition will be “Cletus the inbred freak,” Dunn said.

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