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Now that Terror on 10th Street is open for Turkey Day, be thankful if you make it through with dry pants.

Carmen Forman November 23rd, 2011

Friday-Saturday

If dealing with relatives all Thanksgiving weekend isn’t scary enough for you, then how about a haunted house?

Yes, a haunted house. At the end of November.

The Terror on 10th Street house is now open for “A Haunted Thanksgiving,” after Halloween clientele urged the owners to open the local horror hot spot for other holidays.

“We’ve had a lot of requests to do the Thanksgiving house,” said spokeswoman Terry Fisk, “and it is an all-new show. It’s not the same one we do at Halloween.”

The house has been open for seven Halloweens, but this is its first time to celebrate Turkey Day. People who brave the spooky site should be prepared to face goblins and ghouls galore. The ghosts of dead families haunt the home, as do undead Native Americans and pilgrims.

“I don’t know if you read the article declaring November the month of creativity for Oklahoma,” Fisk said. “It kind of goes with that: It’s something different, and I think we’re the only ones doing it — the first ones ever doing it. How many times have you been invited to a haunted Thanksgiving?” Located at 2005 N.W. 10th, Terror on 10th Street is open from 6 to 10 p.m.

Friday and Saturday. Tickets are $6 per person.

For more information, call 232-1816. —Carmen Forman

 
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