Night is so good it’s scary
More than 400 thrill seekers descended on Stonehouse Park for the annual Fright Night.
The Halloween event, organised each year by the Friends of Stonehouse Park (FOSP), took place on Saturday, October 27.
Guests left from the Scout and Guide Hall for a terrifying tour through the woods and old cemetery – with a few frights along the way.
A number of volunteer scarers, wearing a range of horrifying costumes and props, hid along the route to shock participants.
The night, which followed the ever-popular kids’ party at St Ninian’s Church Hall, was hailed another great success.
FOSP’S Karen Kelly said: “Our volunteers work so hard on the Fright Night and after months and months of preparations we are glad it has been another success enjoyed by all.
“A big thank you must go to everyone who helped organise the event or who volunteered as scarers.
“And, of course, thanks to the more than 400 brave souls who took on the terrifying walk through the park.”
Off their head A zombie waits on the sidelines
Horror fans Enjoying Fright NightTracey Neill
Double act Ghouls lie in wait
Terrifying Ghastly vision
In disguise A scarer lurks