We would like to be the first (who else would?) to welcome you to our new website! After some technically difficulties, countless headaches, and rather loud conversations over the phone we are happy to be hosting this new website! Though, as we work to redesign the image of The Haunted Hallows a new website only seemed fitting. We have some new exciting announcements coming soon, so exciting that we cannot bear not telling you! So, who would it hurt if we decided to let one of those announcements slip with the homecoming of the new website? Drum Roll please, The Haunted Hallows is expanding yet again! Now, we know we already told you this- so lets get a little more specific. For those of you who were with us for 2011's haunt, you will remember the maze that was located in The Haunted Hallows. Well, we are excited to announce the grounds The Haunted Hallows takes place on has more than DOUBLED in size! No, we did not spend 2 years planting and watering trees to expand the forest. How we ARE expanding will have to be an announcement for another day! Thank you for visiting our site and WELCOME to the fall season of 2013!
Where would we be without Facebook? Even a haunted attraction benefitting a food shelf in a tiny town no one has heard of in Minnesooooooota has to have one! But hey- why fight them when you can join them? We wanna be your friend!
On our Facebook page we post many updates where you can get the information first, socialize with other attendees and even drop by our wall to say hello! We love when you do! Giveaways are held throughout the year, and while we agree with you that no matter what, I never win, it may finally be time for your 15 minutes of fame and fortune! Who said an official Haunted Hallows T-shirt isn't considered "fortune"? It even comes with a certificate of certification! We will see you soon!
Back in the day there use to be a large river flowing through the Raven Street community. One day, a little girl no older than eight wandered to the river to take a break from working on her fathers farm. Quickly she found a tree leaning over the mighty river providing shade for her to cool off from the days work. No more than five minutes later she caught a glimpse of a red flash coming from the river, growing increasingly brighter. Now of course her curiosity got the best of her and she quickly dropped to her knees in attempt to catch a gaze at what was the mysterious source of this phenomenon. What she did not know was a figure of a man behind her was growing increasingly closer. The outline featured a tall man with a brown filthy robe, and a scepter in hand. Moments later he was inches from the girl who has looking harder than ever at the rushing river. Suddenly the girl felt a push. She quickly tried to regain her balance and catch a glimpse at who the culprit was, and what she found was something she could not describe, a skeletons head. She was never found and the river she drowned in receded to the present day Minnesota River. While the river vanished the ground remained moist where a forest soon emerged. Now, residents from all time decades have confirmed unusual sightings and unexplainable events throughout the year, though they all agree come the anniversary of the girls death the hauntings become stronger. The date of the death? A holiday that was sparsely celebrated back in the girls time, Hallows Eve.