Photojournalists Jake and Jeanette Van Donge take you inside the Nightmare on Main Street.
Halloween shops and costume shops across Texoma are seeing a spike in business for the big weekend before Halloween.
Students at Fowler Elementary School painted dozens of pumpkins and delivered them to American National Bank , where the pumpkins will be on display.
Give A Hoot and Haunt Out Cancer !
List Of Haunted Houses
- Nightmare On Main St.
- Judgement House
- House Of Carnage 3
- Chamber Of Horrors
- Thangs of Fairway
- House Of Horrors
- Trunk Or Treat!
- Town Of River Sands
- Camp Crystal Lake
- Boomtown House Of Terror
- Carnival Dream House
- St. Mary's Youth
The Mix Up
Right after my grandfather died I started having dreams about him being alive and everything being like normal or better but then the dreams always turned. I would feel a violent angry presence that absolutely terrified me and for whatever reason I knew it was my grandmother. Quite frankly I had never felt that kind of fury. I was having the dreams every night and was barely getting any sleep because of them. It became so bad that I finally said something to my mother. I suspected as she did that it was just grief and moving away from home shortly after his death. I thought maybe if I talked about it that they would stop. They did not. A few days later I received a phone call from my mother saying that my sister was having similar dreams only hers were focused on me instead of Grandpa. Later we found that our eldest cousin was, also, having the dreams. A short time after we discovered this we found that there was a mistake with my grandfather and grandmothers tombstones. They had to be swapped. Once the error was corrected our dreams stopped. I guess Grandma did not appreciate the mix up.
I grew up on the North Shore of Long Island, not far from Amityville, but thats another story. We did have a ghost though, her name was Stella..
Story goes, her husband bought the land where our neighborhood sits,(cr.1770) The home was built at, or near were our house was. Stella her husband and son farmed the land until the War began. Her husband and son knew what they had to do and went off to fight with Gen. Washington. She vowed to wait for them until they returned. One day word came, as it did to many women, that her husband and only child had been killed fighting the British.
Stella however kept her vigil, each and every evening, sitting out front, rock