You are one of a group of thrill-seeking tourists gathered for a Halloween night ghost tour. You huddle close together as the howling wind swirls dead leaves around the five historic houses in the square. Four of them are guaranteed to be haunted by murder victims from decades past; the fifth house is where the tour starts and costumed actors re-enact the haunting crimes.
The Tour Guide leads you up the dimly lit creaking staircase and turns you loose to explore the upper floor. Screams punctuate the silence as the actors jump out of their hiding places to portray murderers and victims. Suddenly, one more scream is heard and a heavy weight tumbles down the stairs. When the Security Guard turns on the lights, you can see the lifeless body of your Tour Guide sprawled on the lower landing.
Somebody has pushed her—but who?
Find out when you play Murder on the Haunted House Tour. But hold onto your maps because the killer could be YOU!
Appropriate for ages 13 and up!
Kids looking for an adventurous summer they’ll never forget have two choices inside the Great Swampland State Park: Camp Moss-Keto, nestled by still waters, and Camp Sue-Mack, situated among lush undergrowth. Each camp offers a wide variety of activities like competitive sports, arts, and wilderness exploration, culminating in the Great Swampland Olympics on the last day of summer. Whichever camp wins the most events takes home the coveted Calamine Trophy.
But this year, someone has stolen the Trophy! Was it one the kids, playing tricks? Was it one of the camp employees, desperate for prestige? Was it an outsider, like the lost hiker who seems strangely knowledgeable about the camps?
Or was it—YOU?
Appropriate for ages 10 and up!