The Buchtelite

Halloween Haunts

October 11, 2012

Written by: Beau Brown Everyone has heard of the clichéd haunted house, where you stand in a long line and then enter a dark hallway and journey through several floors of nonstop jumps and scares. There's also the typical haunted corn maze, where you spend an hour or so trying to find your way out while be...

Halloween haunts

October 2, 2012

Written by: Beau Brown October is notoriously known for its last day, Halloween. The weeks leading up to that holiday favorite are filled with purchasing candy, trying on costumes, decorating homes and workplaces, carving jack-o'-lanterns, eating pumpkin pies, drinking apple cider, and, of course, ...

Haunted house holds meaning for UA students

October 26, 2011

By: Margaret Duff It’s almost Halloween, and for most of us, this means assembling costumes, carving pumpkins, candy, and wild parties. But for a select few, October is about more than dressing in a zombie-version of your favorite TV personality. For Dave Shonk, junior at the University of Akron,...