Haunted Hike Set For Oct. 26 at Fountain Pond

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GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — They say that, once a year, you can hear the screams of those who have vanished in the mountains of the Department of Conservation and Recreation's Fountain Pond State Park. On Friday, Oct. 26, will you dare to venture into these woods?

For those courageous enough, the annual Haunting in the Hills invites the brave to walk with the dead and the tormented. Gather at the Fountain Pond trailhead, at Community Health Programs main campus, at 444 Stockbridge Road, if you dare, at 8 p.m.

Children under 13 are not admitted. It's too scary.

Admission is $5 per person per walk. Closed toe shoes are recommended. Buses will return surviving hikers to the Community Health Programs parking lot.

The event is hosted by Community Health Programs and sponsored by Czelusniak Funeral Home and Finnerty and Stevens Funeral Home.

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