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Shawnee State Park held their annual Halloween Weekend October 9-11 with the help of volunteer Shawnee State University students. The students decorated and ran a haunted glow in the dark putt-putt golf that was free to all campers. Students also had young and old alike participate in a grueling fear factor.
Those that dared had the opportunity to hold Madagascar hissing cockroaches, a California king snake, and also the chance to reach into boxes with what seemed to be a bleeding heart, human eyeballs and festering maggots.
SSU students provide many different services in the community while learning about this area’s culture. The students camped out overnight and relaxed around a bonfire after the event.