Monday marked the fifth day of the Great Minnesota Get-Together. Monday was also State Patrol Day and the patrol had a number of special exhibits for people to explore.
The fall season brings us the three-month stretch of holiday celebrations and to kick it all is the spookiest of them all – Halloween. Here are the five must-haves for your haunted house.
This list includes five of the most haunted places in America, all with significant claims of real poltergeists.
With Halloween just around the corner, haunted houses are popping up all over the Twin Cities.
Frightmares at Buck Hill lost a haunted house earlier this fall in a mysterious fire.
An overnight fire has damaged the building used as a haunted house near Buck Hill in Burnsville. The building is known as Orchard Manor.
If you have the stamina for it, you might want to check out the spooky trail its owners claim is the oldest, longest haunted hayride in Minnesota.
From an old factory filled with artificial limbs to a plant for turning animal fat into soap, the Soap Factory in the old milling district of Minneapolis has a long and somewhat haunted past.
The last couple of days, we’ve been taking a closer look at what it takes to do some of the jobs at the fair. Today’s feature is on the State Fair Haunted House.
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