Working the Graveyard Shift

I was a zombie in a graveyard last night, so I literally worked the graveyard shift (rim shot).

Each year, Short Mountain Distillery Haunted Woods benefits the Short Mountain Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary and The Cannon County Rescue Squad.

In the graveyard, the headstones glowed with floresant paint lit with black lights and so did the skeleton bones that were scattered around. I held two skeleton hands in my coat sleaves and made shuffing zombie gestures and groans as the quests approached. When everyone was looking, I dropped a hand and looked at it sadly, which always brought a laugh. But it was a distraction. While their attention was on my lost hand, Zombie Kenny jumped out from behind the groups. After the screams, I’d point and zombie laugh at the group with my other hand.

It never got old.

The Haunted Woods are next weekend too. Come on out if you want a good scare and a fun time for a good cause.

Friday October 25th
Restaurant 11am-9pm
Distillery Tours 5pm
Haunted Woods 7-12midnight
Live Music 6-8pm

Saturday October 26th
Restaurant 11am-9pm
Distillery Tours 5pm
Haunted Woods 7-12midnight
Live Music 6-8:30pm

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