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How to have spooky and fright, in the same night

If you like spooky

Not too scary, but classic movie to see for Halloween.
Not too scary, but classic movie to see for Halloween.
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If you like spooky, take the train.
Dean Farnell

“I’d gone for a ride on the pier ghost train, now i’m never gonna be the same again,” a poem by, Dean Farnell (The Ghost Train Ride)

You too, will never be the same again after the Fright Night ghost train ride. October 26, and October 28, 2012 on the Fillmore & Western Railway, Bodies Boarding at 6:45 p.m. and Dearly Departing at 7:00 p.m. The tour guide states, “after the search for the Headless Horseman, you will be dying to return at 10:15 p.m.”

This special Halloween tour dares you to creep onboard a hauntingly vintage train for a spooktacular adventure, with “Ichabog” as your destination. The spooky feast includes BBQ tri-tip and chicken, potato salad, bread and beans. Yum, yum.

The tour then embarks on a daring hayride, to search for the HEADLESS HORSEMAN. Who knows what other creatures, zombies, etc. might be lurking. Dress in costume (of course is more fun), or come as a mere mortal, if you dare. They are dying to see you there!

Reservations are required. Tickets for Adults $47.00, Youth (4-12) $32.00, Children (2-3) $24.00, under 2 years old free on lap.

Contact or 805-524-2546 for more details.

If you like fright

The ambiance of The Glen Tavern Inn will fulfill your desire for intrigue, romance and murder. All you need is a Humphrey Bogart hat and Ingrid Bergman trench coat to set the mood for a romantic, and mysterious weekend.

The Inn built in 1911, and a federal landmark, has accommodated John Wayne, Carol Lombard, Harry Houdini and Steve McQueen. Your deluxe accommodations start as soon as you enter the Historic Glen Tavern Inn.

Upon arrival, you are greeted with the wine and cheese reception. The three-course gourmet dinner follows in the cozy Enzo’s Restaurant. If you survive the Murder Mystery Overnight Adventure presented by Sharpo, a full hearty breakfast awaits you the next morning.

So, if you like spooky take the train, if is fright you like, stay the night in Santa Paula, California.

“Here’s looking at you, kid,” Humphrey Bogart.

© 2012 Benita Pagoria

Other events nearby you may also like:

18th Annual Ghostwalk in Santa Paula, California

Family Fun Fest and Costume Fun Run/Parade in Ventura, California

(Free Air Ballon Rides)


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