Another Halloween has passed and the want for more scares seems to be growing.
 
With multiple Fort Saskatchewan and area haunted houses set up for Halloween, one resident wants to see things change.
 
"A haunted tour would be fantastic," said Don Lawrence, owner of Howll'een Manor. "It would be nice to have a bus going around town or some kind of vehicle that could go to the haunted houses and houses that are decorated,"
 
Next year, Lawrence hopes to work with the City of Fort Saskatchewan and other local haunters, to arrange this tour.
 
"It's sort of like the town wide garage sale where they have the map, everybody registers where they are and somebody comes up with a route," explained Lawrence.
 
Howll'een Manor had around 1300 brave enough to go through.
 
Other big Halloween-inspired attractions in the area include Carnage Caverns and the Paranormal Tour (Fort Heritage Precinct).
 

 

 

 

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