The   Halloween   tradition   continues....with   another   trip   to   the   Moss   Mansion's Haunted   Maze   -   a   narrow,   winding   trail   of   sights   and   sounds   featuring   mind- bending   optical   illusions,   creepy   creatures   and   other   unnatural   beings   that taunt   and   threaten.   H.H.   Holmes   is   still   lurking   in   the   Mansion,   too,   with more   of   his   countless   victims   telling   their   stories.   So   is   he   Jack   the   Ripper? Does   he   leave   us   any   clues?   Or   will   someone,   living   or   dead,   have   just enough time to tell you what we all want to know... Admission    at the            door October       20, 21,      27,      28, and   31   -   Maze $10,       Horror Theater     $18, and   Combo   tickets   $25.   (No   advanced   tickets.)   The   theater opens   at   6:30   pm   (last   tour   at   9:30   pm),   the   maze   opens   at   7 pm and closes about 10 pm (weather permitting). Midnight   Edition   Horror   Theater   will   be   presented   October 27   and   28   only,   with   $25   advanced   tickets   available   online   or at   406-256-5100.   Reservations   are   required.   Midnight   tours are   limited   to   12   per   tour,   last   just   over   1/2-hour,   and   start   at 11:30 pm to run every 15 minutes until 12:45 am. Proceeds    from    Moss    Mansion    events    provide    operations funding    for    the    Moss    Mansion    Historic    House    Museum. Donate     or     find     out     more     about     the     Moss     Mansion     - www.mossmansion.com.
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Time to be scared: creepy Moss Mansion
Tradition
The   Halloween   tradition   continues....with   another   trip   to   the   Moss Mansion's   Haunted   Maze   -   a   narrow,   winding   trail   of   sights   and sounds   featuring   mind-bending   optical   illusions,   creepy   creatures and   other   unnatural   beings   that   taunt   and   threaten.   H.H.   Holmes is   still   lurking   in   the   Mansion,   too,   with   more   of   his   countless victims   telling   their   stories.   So   is   he   Jack   the   Ripper?   Does   he leave   us   any   clues?   Or   will   someone,   living   or   dead,   have   just enough time to tell you what we all want to know... Admission   at   the   door   October   20,   21,   27,   28,   and   31   -   Maze   $10, Horror    Theater    $18,    and    Combo    tickets    $25.    (No    advanced tickets.)   The   theater   opens   at   6:30   pm   (last   tour   at   9:30   pm),   the maze opens at 7 pm and closes about 10 pm (weather permitting). Midnight   Edition   Horror   Theater   will   be   presented   October   27 and   28   only,   with   $25   advanced   tickets   available   online   or   at   406- 256-5100.   Reservations   are   required.   Midnight   tours   are   limited to   12   per   tour,   last   just   over   1/2-hour,   and   start   at   11:30   pm   to   run every 15 minutes until 12:45 am. Proceeds   from   Moss   Mansion   events   provide   operations   funding for   the   Moss   Mansion   Historic   House   Museum.   Donate   or   find out more about the Moss Mansion - www.mossmansion.com.
Johnson’s Billings News
Terrific night
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Time to be scared: creepy Moss Mansion