HAUNTED Halloween Weekend

Weekend Schedule of Events:

Friday, October 22nd

9pm Central | Fringe Performance by Jeff Gere, "Supernatural Tales Of Hawaii"
Oh Yes! Hawaii has spirits. JEFF GERE (born on Halloween) will share true tales of the other side, amazing oral histories gathered across 30 years of performing. People just tell him what happened meeting Pele, the Volcano goddess; the power in stones, of strange spirits, possessions, and hauntings. Visit the dark deep well of island beliefs still active today. Come, but not alone!

Saturday, October 23rd

10am Central | Workshop with Dale Jarvis "Building Suspense: Crafting &
Sharing Scary Stories
Sharing of spooky stories. We will look at where to find supernatural stories, story ideas, how to craft a suspenseful story, and hear how fact and fiction blended together to become the chilling and entertaining tales of the St. John’s Haunted Hike ghost tour.

7pm Central | SPOOKED Story Slam - don't forget to throw your name in the hat!
Ten storytellers compete with five-minute stories for a cash prize and a ticket to the semi-finals

9pm Central | Fringe Performance by Barb Peterson, "Sharks Eyes And Sunken Places"
Personal story of the times I had premonitions of danger that came true and my speculations as to the nature of these.

Plus, two on-demand showcase performances:

HAUNTED: Shadows Talk Back Showcase
Pam Faro: "Yuki-onna, The Snow Woman"
Kelvin Keraga: "The Potato Man"
Ed Chevy: "The Cask of Amontillado"

HAUNTED: Clawing the Coffin Showcase
Heather Yule: "Rob Haa"
Anabelle Castano: "The Lobison"
Colin Urwin: "The Stone Circle"
Judith Heineman: "The Juniper Tree"

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Please note that the SPOOKED event packages do not include our October fringe performances. You will need to register separately for these events.
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