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October 27, 2005

Adel - A South Georgia state park is planning a spooktacular Halloween adventure.

Reed Bingham State Park in Adel is hosting its annual fall festival this weekend. There're haunted houses, spooky hay rides through the nature trails, and late night pontoon boat rides where you'll get a chance to spot one of the park's huge alligators.

More than 2,000 people were there last weekend, and the park needs more volunteers to help accommodate the large crowds. "We need help to scare people," said Park Ranger Chet Powell. "We need help in the haunted trail and haunted houses, a lot of college students are really good at it and its fun."

If you want to volunteer at the fall festival, call the park office.

Admission is $1.00.

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