October 18, 2010 by Post Team
Headless Horseman, Each year, the Headless Horseman takes place in Ulster Park, New York, just 12 miles from the Marist School to celebrate the fall season and, of course, Halloween. A branch of the Student Government Association (SGA) and Student Life Council is hosting events of the season for Marist students. If you had your heart set on a haunted car this fall, the Student Life Council is covered by its annual Sleepy Hollow. For and 10, students receive a ticket and go and come to the event.
“There are nice houses around where you can get hot cider and candy apples,” said sophomore Rebecca Snodgrass, director of public relations for the SGA. “Headless Horseman is a tradition and we have done every fall for a while.”
The Headless Horseman ride offers the reigning No. 1 Hayride in America by American Airlines Magazine, and is the No. 1 haunted attraction in the country, named by the magazine World Possessing, according to its website.
Visitors from around the Hudson Valley come to see the renowned attractions. In addition to the Hayride miles long, is a labyrinthine corn maze attraction containing a dark harvest, and five haunted houses. Haunted houses are: Slaughterhouse Wolverine, X Prisoner Escape, and the meat they crave: the power to name a few.
Headless Horseman website credits his professionally designed haunted houses, actors, costumes and makeup, lighting and accessories. It also includes detailed stories about each haunted house really brings you into the Halloween scene that was created for those seeking a good scare.
Synners an attraction called Stunt Show is set to bring comic relief to a dark environment with stunt artists who use public participation to encourage their show. In addition, new for this season is an attraction called Dead Memories Experience Photo, in which you and your friends can dress like zombies and take home a souvenir of your visit.
Student Life Council brings the opportunity for students to leave campus and enjoy the season. Tickets are available in the corridor Champagnat until Friday, October 15 7-9 pm, and Wednesday, October 20 Jazzman Service, 7 to 9 pm The buses will leave mid-rise at 6 pm on Thursday to arrive in time for the first Hayride in the evening, at 7 pm
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