Friday, May 24 2013 9:30 AM EDT2013-05-24 13:30:13 GMT
Information from GA Pundit- Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield soldiers began Memorial Day observances Thursday. Several Gold Star Families - who like the Bookers have lost a family member to conflictMore >>
Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield soldiers began Memorial Day observances Thursday. In 2013, Georgia lost 26 armed services members who gave their lives for us and their names were read in the State Capitol as part of our observance of Memorial Day.More >>
Friday, May 24 2013 9:01 AM EDT2013-05-24 13:01:21 GMT
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. (AP) - Legal woes are piling up for the leader of Georgia's Democratic Party. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports (http://bit.ly/199UTSo) that a lawsuit filed in Gwinnett CountyMore >>
A lawsuit filed in Gwinnett County this week accuses Mike Berlon of failing to distribute nearly $1 million from a trust he created for a friend and his son.More >>
Thursday, May 23 2013 11:45 PM EDT2013-05-24 03:45:38 GMT
A Cordele man is out of jail tonight, accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from his former employer. Crisp County Investigators say 25-year-old James Aultman stole more than $10,000More >>
A Cordele man is out of jail tonight, accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from his former employer.More >>
Thursday, May 23 2013 11:40 PM EDT2013-05-24 03:40:13 GMT
Albany Police are putting on a free gospel concert this weekend. It's free, but they will accept donations to fund the department's annual community picnic in June. Musical artists from around SouthMore >>
Albany Police are putting on a free gospel concert this weekend.More >>
Thursday, May 23 2013 11:35 PM EDT2013-05-24 03:35:30 GMT
A couple of South Georgia mayors attended a forum at the Albany Civil Rights Institute to enlighten the public on how city governments run, Thursday. Albany Mayor Dorothy Hubbard and Baconton Mayor AnnetteMore >>
A couple of South Georgia mayors attended a forum at the Albany Civil Rights Institute to enlighten the public on how city governments run, Thursday.More >>
October 30, 2005
Dougherty County-- On Halloween Eve, some south Georgians traveled by foot into the deep, dark dirt paths of the woods. They were faced by a surprise at each turn.
If you travel down dark Fleming Road, a single light points the way to the deep, scary woods. "There is something in there that will get you," says organizer Capp Council. It's all smiles at the beginning of the trail, but by the first turn, it's all screams.
"It's not fun. It's scary," says Katie Powell. You name it, this haunted forest has it. "Something different every year," says Council. Everything from familiar frightening faces to those you never want to see again. "It was because they kept jumping out at us. It was scary. So cold," says Macy Watson.
Deep in the woods, the deepest fears come to light. "People falling down, falling on top of people, peeing in their pants, you know? The usual," says Council. It's especially frightening when it's dark and quiet. Then all of a sudden, a sound. "The chainsaw," says Watson.
You have to keep your focus on what's ahead but you never know whats behind you. Anything can be lurking in the trees or hiding in the dark. "They kept coming up behind us, breathing down our necks," says Kelly Jones.
This Halloween, if you're looking for a scare travel to the haunted forest. "The woods in the night, it's got to be the worst place to be," says Council. Make sure you're ready to meet some of it's darkest creatures waiting at every turn.
This is the 12th year of the Haunted Forest. Proceeds will benefit three organizations including the Worth County ROTC. Kids can also trick or treat for free Halloween night. For more information, visit www.albhauntedforest.com.