Spring just started, and most people in Michigan are thinking about the warm spring and summer months. Of course, we didn’t really have much of a winter in much of Michigan, but that’s beside the point.
While spring and summer are beautiful times in Michigan, many people pick fall as their favorite season and, yes, Halloween as their favorite time of year. Now, a Michigan haunted house is doing their version of Christmas in July with a special weekend of events in May, dubbed “Halfway to Halloween.” I think this sounds like a great idea. Who doesn’t love Halloween? It really does seem like Halloween should be celebrated year-round. Just imagine how much more conformable your costumes would be in warmer weather, for instance.
Deranged Haunted Attraction in Romulus will open their “Halfway to Halloween Trail” on Friday and Saturday, May 12 and 13, for a one-weekend event. The event tells the story of Greeno Industries, with the haunt stating that Greeno “was an industrial company that remained rather mysterious behind locked gates and barbed wire fences. The premises they operate on were dark and secured while visitors were not permitted. There had been rumblings across town that the Greeno Industrial Plant was working outside of their agreement with the local government. It was said they were working on a larger money-making product utilizing harsher chemicals with toxicity levels that were far beyond the approved regulations.” Find more about the story here.