A driveway halloween treat
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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