Terror on the Trail: Haunting to Help Others

Hosting its 9th annual scare fundraiser, Terror on the Trail will take place this weekend, October 23 and 24 from approximately 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm.

For those familiar with traditional Terror on the Trail scare tactics, one can expect a night of frightful entertainment with this year’s terrifying new addition to clown town. We recommend Terror on the Trail only for the thrill seeking, as it is practically guaranteed audiences will be scared out of their shoes.

Headed by Henderson County local, Matt Gibson, Terror on the Trail serves as the platform for raising funds for children and youth who suffer from severe medical conditions. Tickets are $15, and all of the proceeds raised from this event will be donated to this year’s recipients – Luke Chapman, infant son of Shawn & Jamie Chapman, and Haley Galloway, freshman student at Henderson County High School and daughter of Mike & Dana Galloway.

Terror on the Trail is a complete volunteer effort. Volunteers can participate in costume as actors on the scare team as a clown, zombie, or scarecrow, or assist behind the scenes (costume not required), or help with parking or clean up assistance.

All who are interested in volunteering can attend Scare Camp Orientation tonight, Monday October 19th at 6:00 pm. The event is located at 1445 State Route 416 East Henderson, Kentucky – travel west on Audubon Parkway and take Exit 10, there you will see signage directing you to the site. Complete details can be found on their Facebook page at Terror on the Trail.