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Get Your Spook On at the Humane Society’s Nightmare Manor

HSSTT Nightmare Manor. (Don Hebert Photography)

St. Thomas Humane Society’s Nightmare Manor Spooktacular Halloween event is back for its third year, a recent press release announced.

The spooky decorations are not the only ones giving a good scare. (Don Hebert Photography)
The event opened on Friday night and although it rained, adults and kids alike came out to celebrate and rejoice under a full moon on a clear night pre-Halloween with witches, ghouls and creepy, scary creatures that entertained and frightened, according to the press release.
Parents joined the fun in costume along with their children.(Don Hebert Photography)
The event runs through Halloween night and tickets can be purchased on the Humane Society website, at Phoenix Visions Hair Salon (Buccaneer Mall) or at the event at the Humane Society shelter, the press release stated.
Kids of all ages dressed up to enjoy the event. (Don Hebert Photography)

Admission is $20 for adults and $5 for children, the release stated.

Kids can get up close and personal with the spooky and creepy characters. (Don Hebert Photography)

The fun begins at 6:00 p.m. and all proceeds support the animals in the shelter’s care, according to the release.

Aun’Drea & Lailah stand with a 15-foot-tall animatronic. (Don Hebert Photography)
For more information, call 340-473-6471 or email hsstt.bod@gmail.com.
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