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Cranford High School to Hold "Happy Hauntings" this Weekend

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Students will wear masks and costumes while they walk you through the universe of “The Purge.” Credits: Stock Photo
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CRANFORD, NJ - The senior class of Cranford High School will host their annual “Happy Hauntings” haunted house this Friday, Oct. 27 and Saturday, Oct. 28.

All funds from the haunted house will go towards their prom.

This year’s theme is “The Purge,” based on the popular movie. In the film, the government allows all crime to be legal for 12 hours once per year. During those 12 hours, all emergency services are suspended until the conclusion of the event.

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Students will wear masks and costumes while they walk you through the universe of “The Purge.”

“Happy Hauntings is a fantastic tradition here at Cranford High School that is a great fundraiser for the seniors,”Andrew Gagliardo, senior class advisor, said. “They do a great job of putting on a show and giving all visitors a good scare. All in the name of the Halloween spirit, of course!”

The event will be held at Cranford High School from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Tickets can be bought at the door for $5 per person.

Anna Kalafatis is a student at Cranford High School participating in a journalism program with TAPinto Cranford.

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