HauntedProps.com Presents Long Island's 1st Annual Haunt Tour and Show

Written by Christian Abbatecola  |  01. August 2016

It may still be summer, but in just two short months Long Island's 1st Annual Haunt Tour and Show will set out for its maiden voyage. Presented by the masters of Halloween at HauntedProps.com, the show will include a full day of festivities and a full night of terror!

Haunters from around the Island will meet up on Saturday, October 1st at Schmitt's Farm in Melville where the Haunt Show will kick things off at 11 AM. Vendors featuring all kinds of Halloween-themed items and spooky props will line the show, giving haunt enthusiasts everything they need to have a scary-good season all in one place. The show will include costumer re-sellers, Halloween props, haunted house design and construction experts, raffles, special guests, and surprises for everyone who attends.

Access to the Haunt Show is included with the Haunt Tour, but anyone who wishes to attend may come to the show from 11 AM to 6 PM and enjoy all it has to offer; tickets will be $10.

From 4 PM to 6 PM, Schmitts will also host a special barbecue buffet for Haunt Tour guests. Soda, wine, and beer will be included alongside a smorgasbord provided by Coliseum Kitchen & Caterers.

After the feast, the bus tour will begin promptly at 6 PM when guests will head out to the first of three haunted houses–Darkside Haunted House in Calverton, which features 30 creepy scenes across 14,000 square feet.

The next stop is Chamber of Horrors NY in Hauppauge, featuring the award winning SFX makeup of Stephanie "Bloody Sabo" and three distinct haunted themes: Maniac Manor, Toxic City, and Witch Asylum.

Lastly, the bus tour returns to Schmitt's Farm where patrons will cap off the night with a trek through the Haunted Mansion of Melville, as well as the terrifying Haunted Corn Maze.

Early bird tickets are still available on LongIslandHauntTour.com for $165 through September 15th. Afterwards Halloween lovers will still be able to purchase tickets at face value, $195, until September 29th.

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