It was Really Spooky and Scary in Woodland
Park That Night
Woodland Park was invaded by ghosts, goblins,
aliens and assorted scary characters on the evening of October
19, 2006. Over 600 participated in this event.
Halloween in the Park began at 6:00 p.m. and
concluded at 9:30 p.m.
Visitors walked down the Haunted Trail to
the back parking lot. Every 15 minutes, two hayride trailers
took turns collecting riders for the very scary ride to be
frightened by a variety of terrifying citizens of the night.
After the horrific experience, they escaped
at the Roosevelt Avenue end of the pavilion — where
they were treated to refreshments.
The pavilion fireplace was warm and glowing.
Tarot card reader Linda Cross delighted participants.
Heights resident, Al DeAngelo, of "Night-Mares
Haunted Attractions" in Montvale (www.Night-Mares.com),
"set-up" and operated fright stations.
The Recreation Department Advisory Board helped
out. Funtime Enterainment provided scary music. The Recreation
Department sponsored the event and supplied refreshments.