Horror High School 2011

Today I’d like to feature another charity haunt.  Horror High School in Kingston, OH is operated 100% by volunteers, raising money for Green Township Youth Baseball / Softball League and South Central Xtreme All Star Cheerleading.

The folks at Horror High School have been kind enough to invite my Monster to come and join them in their fun.  Never one to miss an opportunity to get a little spooky, I told them I’d love to!  I will post an update once I figure out when I’ll be there.

Kingston High School was built in the early 1900s.  While it was being constructed, a worker fell to his death near the boiler room.  His name was James Mowery and it was rumored that he may have been pushed.

Over the years, each generation who attended the school had their own stories of odd happenings.  Strange things were seen and a lot of unexplainable things occurred.

The school closed in 1999.  Since then, Schoolhouse Antiques has taken up residence in the building.  The operators of Horror High School have worked with the current owners to re-open the school and allow the public to tour the facility…including the boiler room where James Mowery met his suspicious end.

Proceeds from Horror High School will go to Green Twp Baseball/Softball League and South Central Xtreme Cheerleading.  It is presented by Schoolhouse Antiques.

Location:  Kingston High School, corner of Main & Ing St., Kingston, OH

Times:  October 26th-29th & 31st  7pm-’til

Stop by their Facebook page and tell them the Monster sent ya!

Admission:  Tickets are $13 at the door.  Discounted advanced tickets may be purchased by any SCX cheerleader or at Shear Styles in Kingston, OH (across from the post office).

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