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Bacon’s Castle Offers Two Nights Of Scary Fun With Haunt Nights

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To celebrate the season, Bacon’s Castle in Surry will present two nights of Haunt Nights on Saturday, October 16 and Saturday, October 30.

The event will include a campfire, cider, ghost stories, tours, costumed interpreters, and a Q&A with paranormal investigators.

Guests can choose from three different options as part of Haunt Nights:

A Grounds only tour costs $15 per ticket and offers outdoor fun including exploration of the Bacon Castle gardens in addition to the campfire, cider, ghost stories, and interaction with the costumed interpreters and paranormal investigators. This option is ideal for families and small groups.

Those looking for more of a thrill this season may wish to consider the Castle tour, which will involve a paranormal investigator-led tour through a darkened Bacon’s Castle in addition to the outdoor activities at a cost of $30 per ticket.

The Plus tour is an exclusive tour featuring a more in-depth experience with paranormal investigators and will feature Robert “Brad” Bradley, research coordinator for the Center for Paranormal Research and Investigation (CPRI), and his crew. Guests will learn more about the equipment and methods behind CPRI’s science-based research during this tour, which costs $40 per ticket. For more information on Bacon’s Castle Haunt Nights, click here.

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