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November 3, 2015

Breckinridge hosts final haunted house event


Trick-or-treaters line up for the Breckinridge Haunted House on Halloween Night.

Courtesy of Zoe Kaiser

The last Breckinridge Haunted House opened its doors to the community from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Halloween night. Children and their parents shrieked and sweated as they walked through the house. The scenario was that Breckinridge was the site of a nuclear meltdown and people were exploring the ruins for the first time.

Breckinridge students also used the haunted house as a forum to spread awareness about Breckinridge’s upcoming closure. People coming out of the haunted house wrote messages in support of the haunted house and Breckinridge. One read, “It’s a community tradition. Not to self: don’t kill the community.” Breckinridge students plan to give these “Save Breck” cards to Dean Boyer.   

Editor’s Note: Zoe Kaiser lives in Breckinridge .

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Trick-or-treaters line up for the Breckinridge Haunted House on Halloween Night.

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Second-years Charlotte Hovland and Marianne Engelke play an irradiated monster.

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Second-year Miranda Halle plays an irradiated scientist.

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(left to right) Third-year Kristy- Hwang and fourth-year Ian Chronis play irradiated scientists.

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Second-year Liz Franson leaps out.

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Fourth-year Adriana Rizzo praises the atom.

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Second-year AJ Corso praises the atom.

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The gruesome remains of scientific experiments.

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Third-year Cody Silverman and first-year Amiela Canin haunt the Breckinridge Lounge.

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Second-year Abigail Chang displays her hands.

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Community-members write in support of the Breckinridge Haunted House.

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