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Twisted…Inside The Mind of a Serial Killer
Watertown was a quiet, tight- knit community of just 1000 people, where everyone knew each other and children felt safe playing outside after dark. If you were born there, you stayed there; you grew up, got a job locally, married the boy/girl next door, and eventually raised your own family there. The kids went to school in a small 1 room schoolhouse; they joined the scouts and camped out in the woods when the weather was nice. The women shopped at the local general store and the men often stopped by the blacksmith shop on the way home from work to catch up on local town news. Families spent Sunday mornings at church, and then gathered at night for dinner.
Watertown was truly the all-American town, with well-kept homes, white picket fences, and dogs in the back yard. If you didn’t live in Watertown, you moved your family there as soon as you found it on the map; that is ‘til the circus came to town. In the last 12 months since the circus rolled in, things have changed, people stay inside their homes with their doors and windows locked, burdened by the fear and despair of what is happening in their town. Kids go to school and come immediately home ( if they go to school at all). People are frightened to leave their homes, for fear they will be the next to go missing, or be the victim of an atrocious, unspeakable murder by the serial killer who has invaded their town.
Are you brave enough to come face to face with a serial killer? Come if you dare, join the Watertown Police Department’s investigative team to profile the recent crime scenes and predict the killer’s next move, before he strikes again.
Are you looking for an adrenaline-pumping, spine-tingling experience? Frequently imitated, but never duplicated, the Haunted Village is a “MUST SEE”. With an original theme every year, a cast of over 50 live actors and state of the art sound and visual effects, this attraction is not for the faint hearted, and is not intended for young children.
This spine-tingling event is co-designed and produced by Jennifer Frick and Steve Giordano, with their ever growing cadre’ of devoted volunteers. Each year they expand and evolve their twisted and gruesome repertoire of tricks and treats for this amazing production. You don’t want to miss out on the newest addition to the show, making its first appearance at the Haunted Village, as well as in Hunterdon County and surrounding areas: a spinning hallway known as “The Vortex”. Come experience it for yourself!
Covering over 9 acres of truly haunted terrain, the Haunted Village offers 3 horrifying adventures for one low price. Rated one of New Jersey’s top haunted attractions, and inspected and certified as one of the safest, the Red Mill Museum Village is proud to present for your en-frightment, the 2013 Halloween season: “Twisted”..The mind of a serial killer.
The 23rd Annual Haunted Village will take place at the Historic Red Mill Museum Village in Clinton, New Jersey. Performances are scheduled for 6 nights: October 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, and 26. As there are special outdoor lighting effects, it is critical the show not begin until it is dark (approximately 6:30 pm). Pre-purchased tickets are available now online only at www.theredmill.org- pre-purchase tickets will NOT be available at the Red Mill Museum Office for the 2013 season. The ticket window will open on performance nights at 5:00 pm and will close at approximately 10pm.
General admission tickets are night specific and are available for $25 each, and XpressPass tickets, good for any one of the six nights are $45 each. Lines form early and the wait time is longest around 8:00 pm, so plan accordingly. As this is a fundraiser, no refunds will be given. We are open rain or shine, but hold the right to close the event if weather conditions become a risk to our volunteers or patrons. Only in the event of closure will tickets be refunded or honored on other nights.
There is a 10% discount for online pre-sale purchases of 10 tickets or more, so be sure to invite your friends! Discounts will also be offered to card-carrying Red Mill Museum members. Visa and MasterCard will be accepted; however no checks will be accepted. All proceeds benefit the Red Mill Museum Village.
For more information, to pre-purchase tickets, get directions, or if you are interested in volunteering your talents behind the scenes, contact the Red Mill Museum Office at 908-735-4101 or visit www.theredmill.org/ or www.clintonhauntedmill.org.
For safety reasons, No Smoking is permitted anywhere on the Mill property
and no large bags, or backpacks, will be allowed into the haunted village venue.