Wednesday, September 23rd

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Posted on September 23, 2009 at 8:07 AM

Updated Monday, Oct 19 at 6:18 PM

THE BONEYARD HAUNTED HOUSE

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Boneyard Haunted House located in Dallas - Fort Worth features the perfect blend of high tech effects and good old-fashioned Blood-n-Guts scare tactics. The Boneyard has new scenes, animatronics and movie quality props. In 2006 the Boneyard was submitted to the Guinness Book of World Records as the Largest walk through Haunted House in the World. The haunt was measured at over half a mile long! Beating the old record by 20% Bringing the World record back home to Texas. Located in the heart of the Metro-plex at 360 and Division across from Six Flags. Fear has a new name "The Boneyard"

OPEN Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights this season. And nightly beginning October 22nd

Fri, Sat 7:00pm till Midnight

Weekday & Sundays 7:00pm till 10:00pm

For more information log onto

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Home Halloween Decorating Ideas:

?????Black rubber pipe insulators make great spider legs or bat wing frames (just hand stitch or glue on black fabric) for decorations.

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Use strobe lights or black bulbs for an eerie glow.

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Cover windows with black sheets or plastic bags to keep out all outside light.

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Drape mirrors with cheesecloth.

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Create a soundtrack with creepy music and bloodcurdling screams.

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Drape the entryway with dark cloth to alter its appearance.

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Hang black thread in the doorway.? The strands brushing against people as they enter will make them think they're walking through cobwebs.

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Make fake tombstones with insulation board.

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Make bats and skeleton heads out of construction paper and hang them from the ceiling.

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Make a smoking cauldron with dry ice inside a black pot.

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Use a fog machine for a spooky atmosphere.

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Create a massive spider lawn decoration with a trash bag filled with leaves and slotted drainpipes for legs. Add neon paints in colors like vibrant green, orange and yellow. Use different colored flashlights and black neon lights to accent what you've created.

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Use braided PVC tubing to make a great snake decoration around a lamppost or doorway.

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CAMP GLADIATOR

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Camp Gladiator, the fastest growing and highest rated fitness program in Texas, is celebrating it's 1 year anniversary with the first ever DFW Gladiator Games. On Sept. 26th from 9 - 12:00 a few hundred "contenders" will get the opportunity to run their very own Eliminator Obstacle Course as well as compete in a number of other challenges. Winners from various events and raffles will receive free boot camps, free personal training, and other prizes from our sponsors.

Camp Gladiator was created by American Gladiator Grand Champion Ally Davidson. CG has become a fitness phenomenon, spreading to locations all over DFW and inspiring over 1,000 "contenders" to get into Gladiator Shape.

Date - September 26, 2009 Time - 9AM-12PM (come and go as you please) Location - Glencoe Park (5412 Anita St, Dallas, TX) Price - Free for all

Competitor Magazine, the leading voice in promoting an active lifestyle, conducted polls and Camp Gladiator was voted as the best boot camp in Texas.

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As a collegiate athlete and Gladiator Champion, Ally Davidson credits "keeping it fun" as having the biggest impact on her sports career. Campers should expect a "total body workout." A typical session could include interval training, sprint and agility drills, stations, plyometrics, body weight strength drills, cardio mix, and much more.

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Dallas: (972) 533-4595

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MAKE A WISH

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Make-A-Wish of North Texas just granted its 4,000 wish, which sent North Texas wish kid, Austin Webb , to the anniversary of "Who Wants to Be A Millionaire".? This is huge for the chapter and the national foundation as well.? In addition, Make-A-Wish is hosting its? FIRST cycling event ever, Wish 100, a 100k bike rally on October 3rd.? This bike rally is going to start in Plano at Frito Lay and continue through nine communities: Allen, Richardson, Carrollton, Hebron, The Colony, Frisco, Prosper and Lucas. Featuring various route options, Wish 100 captures the end of the riding season and offers North Texans a fresh new route to help grant the wishes of 100 children fighting life-threatening medical conditions in North Texas.

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Dr. Brown: The Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas wants the North Texas community to be a part of our first cycling event, Wish 100, and help make this a special event for the special children it will help. For more information, or to register for Wish 100 please visit, or call (214)-496-WISH (9474).

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?We also encourage the North Texas communities to visit to learn about more ways to grant wishes for children fighting-life threatening medical conditions.

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