Fright Nights Campout:
an adult summer camp with a creepy twist.
13 hours. One night.
The thrills of a lifetime.
Summer’s answer for the Halloween itch.
This is a great article, check it out:
The good news is there are a lot of Fright Nights Campouts events taking place this summer. The bad news is, they’re mostly in the Eastern and Southern U.S. BOOOO!
We need some locations in Canada!
The Fright Nights Campout Experience
Since they have so succinctly written it up on their website, here’s what their adult summer camp is all about:
The days of watching horror movies from the comfort and safety of your couch are over. With Fright Nights Campout, you are living the horror movie and all you have to do is survive the night with your friends. Do you think you have what it takes to make it through a night of being confronted with flesh eating, terror driven, blood soaked monsters? Gather up your friends, reserve a tent and put your horror movie skills to the test at Fright Nights Campout.
Source: Is a Creepy Adult Summer Camp Coming to a City Near You?
I was interviewed about cryptids, or lack of, in and around Edmonton by the Edmonton Examiner!! Here’s the link to the article:
I know there has to be some creatures running around this province. Or flying and swimming, for that matter.
Unfortunately, there have been very few reports of any weird wildlife creeping around Edmonton. We have an insanely huge river valley along with countless parks dotting the city. You’d think SOMETHING has to be out there…..somewhere!
If anyone has seen, or knows someone who has seen any type of crypto-type monsters in Edmonton or anywhere in Alberta, please message us.
They’re the stuff of imagination, regional lore and blurry photographs.
Source: Counting the cryptids | Edmonton Examiner
A lot of people go all out for Halloween, with elaborate decorations, costumes and props. In St. Albert the haunted house has been scaring people for over a decade. But this year will be the end of that spooky tradition.
Source: St. Albert haunted house delivering its last fright – Edmonton | Globalnews.ca
Brian and Ingrid Carli are very good friends of ours and last night was their big HURRAH to Halloween, saying goodbye to a long standing tradition. We were happy to be a part of it.