haunted houses in chapel hill

haunted houses in chapel hill

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ally

United States

#1 Oct 13, 2007
A friend of mine said the haunted house, I think it may have been a Jaycee's, was open again this season. We can't remember how to get there or if it even is open. Anybody know? Muchly appreciated.
chapelhillbilly

Unionville, TN

#2 Oct 15, 2007
I don't know of this particular haunted house but there is something called the haunted woods in Chapel Hill every Friday and Saturday night in Oct.
Sabrina

Lewisburg, TN

#3 Oct 19, 2007
chapelhillbilly wrote:
I don't know of this particular haunted house but there is something called the haunted woods in Chapel Hill every Friday and Saturday night in Oct.
anyone know anything about this like how much it is and where exactly it is?
Thanks
Sabrina

Lewisburg, TN

#4 Oct 19, 2007
ally wrote:
A friend of mine said the haunted house, I think it may have been a Jaycee's, was open again this season. We can't remember how to get there or if it even is open. Anybody know? Muchly appreciated.
there is a jaycee's haunted house in Shelbyville that is open every year. it is about $20 bucks and usually well worth the money
chapelhillbilly

Unionville, TN

#5 Oct 22, 2007
Sabrina, I'm not sure how much it is but you turn by the post office in Chapel Hill to get there. I think there are signs all along the way. I think the price is pretty reasonable.
scopper

Parrottsville, TN

#6 Jun 12, 2008
Sabrina wrote:
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anyone know anything about this like how much it is and where exactly it is?
Thanks
Sabrina - I just saw your question, a few months
late - but the Haunted woods is a freebie,
just my gift to the community. It is geared toward families, but all ages are welcome. Of course, you can leave a donation too.
lissy

United States

#7 Oct 2, 2008
chapelhillbilly wrote:
I don't know of this particular haunted house but there is something called the haunted woods in Chapel Hill every Friday and Saturday night in Oct.
chapel hill sucks and it has lame people there
JJSav3

United States

#8 Oct 2, 2008
lissy wrote:
<quoted text>chapel hill sucks and it has lame people there
Get yourself some anger management! Please.
taxpayer

Franklin, TN

#9 Oct 6, 2008
lissy wrote:
<quoted text>chapel hill sucks and it has lame people there
If you don't like Chapel Hill then stay out that's the answer for you.
JJSav3

United States

#10 Oct 7, 2008
The haunted house is in town again this year. Have already spotted a few signs in Chapel Hill.
Tabitha

Nolensville, TN

#11 Oct 10, 2008
Yeah, just google Chapel Hill Haunted Woods and it shows up. I heard it was good, but it looks corny. Oh, and it's $10 in case anyone wants to know.
Boo

United States

#12 Oct 14, 2008
Is this one appropriate for children (asking anyone who has been)? What age child would you NOT take?
Scared

United States

#13 Oct 28, 2008
Did someone say something about a website? Do you know the address? Also I heard it was $10 but I see above it says it is a freebie. Can anyone confirm?
Went Tonight

United States

#14 Oct 31, 2008
It is $10...for all...EVEN young adults (children)
Educated

Jackson, MS

#15 Apr 1, 2009
lissy wrote:
<quoted text>chapel hill sucks and it has lame people there
Most of them are lame!
Statistic

Mulberry, TN

#16 Apr 2, 2009
Educated wrote:
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Most of them are lame!
Would an "educated" person like yourself not have better things to do than insult a small town? I have seen doctors and lawyers come out of these towns. Don't think because we talk slow that we are slow. Didn't your mama teach you if you can't say anything nice don't say anything at all??!!
Educated

Jackson, MS

#17 Apr 3, 2009
Statistic wrote:
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Would an "educated" person like yourself not have better things to do than insult a small town? I have seen doctors and lawyers come out of these towns. Don't think because we talk slow that we are slow. Didn't your mama teach you if you can't say anything nice don't say anything at all??!!
Calm down! You have to have a sense of humor. Hey I have lived there. I'm not talking about everyone there. Actually i'm not insulting the small town. Just some of the people there. lol.
Educated

Jackson, MS

#18 Apr 3, 2009
Btw: I never said it sucks like Statistic!
Educated

Jackson, MS

#19 Apr 3, 2009
Boo wrote:
Is this one appropriate for children (asking anyone who has been)? What age child would you NOT take?
I've heard it is not very child appropriate. But that depends on the age?
scopper

Parrottsville, TN

#20 Jun 25, 2009
The Chapel Hill Haunted Woods is free admission. This year, it will be called Caney Spring Haunted Woods to help avoid confusion. Anyone except vandals are welcome. There are no chainsaws, so little kids shouldn't have a hard
time with it. Adults are required with the little ones.

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