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'Haunted Valley' Set for Friday

by on October 19, 2017 12:24 PM

Lantern-lit tours and a haunted house will be part of "Haunted Valley," to be hosted by Penn State's Lion Ambassadors Friday night at University Park.

The event is set for 7 to 9 p.m. Interactive tours of allegedly paranormal sites on campus will begin at Hintz Family Alumni Center and will feature the likes of unofficial original mascot Old Coaly and presidents of Penn State past. Tours end with a haunted house at University House.

The alumni center also will have a showcase for local student talent, free food and apple cider, Berkey Creamery ice cream and Boo Bingo. 

"Haunted Valley" is free and open to the public.

“We are very excited about Haunted Valley,” said Jack Titus, Lion Ambassadors committee director. “It is always a blast to show the spookiness and tradition that comes from Penn State’s past, especially when we can share that knowledge with the entire State College community. This year, we wanted to offer the opportunity for local students in the area to come out and trick or treat on the tour route!”

Lion Ambassadors are the student alumni corps of the Penn State Alumni Association. They regularly conduct tours and programs to share the university's history and traditions with students, alumni and the public.

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