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October 30, 2003

Lowndes County - The ghosts and goblins have landed at Moody Air Force Base.

The base's 24th annual Haunted House opens tonight. It features a mad doctor's office, body butcher's room, insane asylum, and frightening forest. Last year, more than 3,000 people came out, and organizers are expecting even more this time.

"They love it, they get so scared they sometimes want to turn around, but they end up coming back and going through it three or four times," said Rain Albertson, Organizer.

The house opens at 6:00, with the first hour toned down for children and the faint at heart. There will also be a Kid's Corner next door with bouncing castles, face painting, and games.

Admission is $3, and proceeds benefit local charities.

posted at 4:00 by ashley.harper@walb.com

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