A drive­way hal­loween treat

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - FRONT PAGE -

CALL­ING all ghouls, witches, grave­yard caretakers, were­wolves and more, the Haunting of Oak Beach needs you to help scare trick or treaters.

Haunting of Oak Beach is a Hal­loween is on Oc­to­ber 26 from 6pm to 9pm and vol­un­teers are al­ready putting up their scaly hands to as­sist, but more vol­un­teers are needed.

‘‘We need a Grave­yard Care­taker who points to the en­trance of the Scary Grave­yard but won’t let you en­ter,’’ he said.

‘‘If last year’s Cham­ber of Hor­rors wasn’t scary enough this year we’re look­ing to add a creepy mon­ster to scare the ba­jee­bers out of the trick or treaters.

‘‘This Haunt, sit­u­ated next to the witches hut, is a new fea­ture called the Cav­ern Beast - only the bravest dare look in and lo­cate the Beast.’’

Haunt En­trance hosts and hostesses, road­way su­per­vi­sors and even were­wolves are needed to make the Haunt a scare to re­mem­ber.

‘‘Last week Molly-Jean Farn­ham put her hand up to be Franken­stein’s Bride. Last year Molly-Jean was Mrs Lovett who sang about her meaty bloody pies,’’ Mr Laven­der said.

‘‘A spe­cial crea­ture will be greet­ing the guests of the Haunt this year with Aaron Thomas play­ing the part of Frank a mon­strous prophetic rab­bit from the movie clas­sic Don­nie Darko. Kids will never look at the Easter Bunny in the same light.’’

And do not for­get to haunt your own drive­way in prepa­ra­tion for one scary hal­loween night, with the De­monised Ghoul not only busily set­ting up this year’s haunt but help­ing scar­ify other house­holds.

‘‘It’s great fun as­sist­ing fam­i­lies in the set up of their own Hal­loween Haunt. This year the shire will ex­pe­ri­ence a num­ber of Hal- loween Drive­way dis­plays for the kids to en­joy,’’ he said.

To vol­un­teer for the Haunting of Oak Beach, Crea­tures of the Night can email ghoul@hauntin­go­foak­beach.com or call the De­monised Ghoul on 0487 423 235.

SPE­CIAL APPEARENCE: Frank the bunny (pic­tured far right) will be ap­pear­ing at Oak Beach this year

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