We must be approaching spooky season since everyday a new haunted event is announced.

This time it’s historic Allaire Village that is planning two eerie events in October.

First, on Oct. 7 & 8 there is “An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe” with two performances each night. It’s described as “a spine-chilling evening with a retelling of Edgar Allan Poe's classic stories.”

The performance by Helen McKenna-Uff takes place in the village’s chapel; tickets are $29 and the event is said to sell out every year. For tickets go here.

Then on Oct. 14 & 15 as well as Oct. 21 & 22 is the “Night of Frights,” a special spooky event that lets you see the Village at night. Guests will get to:

“Enjoy the village grounds and historic buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries...visit with our ghosts, ghouls, and monsters. Storytelling at the Chapel; a special night out at the Blacksmith Shop; the Manager's House with fortune-telling for your entertainment; Mr. Allaire's Macabre House; the Carriage House with legendary spirits; the towering four story shadows of the General Store stocked with seasonal goods.”

There will also be a haunted food truck.

The event will feature costumed ghouls, glow-in-the-dark Bubble Witch Show, & a fire juggler.

Tickets for Night of Frights are $15 for adults and $10 for children. Tickets.

All proceeds benefit The Historic Village at Allaire, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that preserves the historic buildings and educational programming for over 9,000 students annually.

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