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Bellevue Haunted Forest Seeking Ghouls and Others
Picture yourself among this group of illustrious beings. PHOTO: Sara Burns.
Sunday, September 22, 2019


How would you like to note on your resume that you’ve had experience as a ghoul?

The 2019 Bellevue Haunted Forest is seeking volunteers.

The event involves a walk-about through a spooky forest that features creatures that shriek, creatures that are motivated to jump at the sight of a human and creatures that are otherwise designed to send chills down the spine of those who dare set foot in Howards Preserve that night.

A meeting for wanna-be ghouls and other acts will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24, at Studio 213 at 213 N. Main St. in Bellevue. Pizza will be provided.

A list of volunteer opportunities behind and in the scenes leading up to and the day of the event will be presented. Anyone who would like to help but can’t attend should email

Proceeds from the Bellevue Haunted Forest help maintain the Howard Preserve and other local non-profits.


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