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Slaughter Hill preps for big weekend after 3 rain checks

One of the scary sights at Slaughter Hill One of the scary sights at Slaughter Hill
They have all the ingredients to scare you sick They have all the ingredients to scare you sick
Kelly Woodard testing out the tour in the safe of the daylight Kelly Woodard testing out the tour in the safe of the daylight
The actors even have makeup to make costumes more believable. The actors even have makeup to make costumes more believable.
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The haunted trail of slaughter hill was canceled due to rain for the third time this week. But tomorrow and Saturday Darton plans to scare your socks off.

Once dusk hits, you can enter the trail on the backside of Darton's campus at your own risk.

Today students from the theater department and volunteers got in full costume in preparation to scare visitors.

Proceeds from the event will be split between Darton programs and the Hasan Temple Shrine.

Organizer Kelly Woodard says the trail will give you a good scare.

"Last night I took 2 groups who were terrified and I was that comfort so to speak, said Woodard. "You kind of get jerked around, You're not allowed to touch them but I offered to be that guide so its fun. The Jason character, he'll just pop up anywhere randomly on the hill. Last night we had a zombie."

Tickets are $5 with a Darton State I.D. and $8 for who they are calling victims.

The trail will run to midnight tomorrow and maybe as late as 3 AM Halloween night.

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