Night is so good it’s scary

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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

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