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Annual haunted trail now open in Albany area

Darton State College will be hosting their annual haunted trail for this year's Halloween season. Darton State College will be hosting their annual haunted trail for this year's Halloween season.
The theme of the attraction is "Trail of Terrors: Slaughter Hill 2015". The theme of the attraction is "Trail of Terrors: Slaughter Hill 2015".
Open hours will be from dusk until midnight. Open hours will be from dusk until midnight.
Many iconic themes may be seen on the haunted trail. Many iconic themes may be seen on the haunted trail.
As scary as the subject matter is, proceeds will all go to good causes. As scary as the subject matter is, proceeds will all go to good causes.
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Darton State College will be hosting their annual haunted trail for this year's Halloween season.  The theme of the attraction is "Trail of Terrors: Slaughter Hill 2015".

The haunted trail will be open Friday and Saturday, as well as the weekend of October 26 through the 31st. Open hours will be from dusk until midnight, behind the tennis courts. 

The cost is $5 per student with a Darton Student ID and $8 for the public. Tickets may be purchased on site.

The proceeds of the annual event will go to Hasan Shriners and Darton State College's servant leadership, dance, sports, and art programs.

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