October is here and many of us are so excited about Halloween and all the spooky fun that goes with it.  A great month to also to check out our favorite old horror movies and some new ones too.

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I am a fan of Freddy Krueger and the "The Nightmare On Elm Street" movies. The funny thing is I really lived on Elm Street around the time the first movie hit in 1984. Yep, it's true, and the first night after I saw it I slept with the light on.

So I must say I am not a big fan of zombie movies because the original "Night Of The Living Dead" scared the heck out of me as a kid. That came out in 1968 and was way ahead of its time.

Get Ready For The Scary Fun In Downtown Lansing

Well if you love zombies, you are gonna love this. The 11th Annual Downtown Lansing Zombie Walk is back with a special Devil’s Night edition on Saturday, October 30th, 2021, according to downtownlansingzombiewalk.com. This will be a spooky good time, registration will start at 4 pm inside the Lansing Center by Exhibit Hall C.

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The whole family can enjoy this as it will be kid-friendly. It will be loaded with theatrical displays, interactive games, vendors, and amazing entertainment!

Walkers must PURCHASE TICKETS to participate, and all ages of the undead are welcome. Advance prices are only $5 each, and your whole horde can enter with a “buy five, get one free” deal. Your ticket includes admission into How-To Halloween along with contest entry before the legendary walk begins. Kids under 3 get in for free, and a small eTix fee will apply to all online sales. The ticket price increases to $10 on the day of the walk, and are available for purchase at the box office.

 

Tickets And Information For This Spooktacular.

This sounds like so much fun, tickets are no return/no exchange. For tickets go to  www.Etix.com or call 1-800-514-3849.  You can also visit downtownlansingzombiewalk.com for more info.

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