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Please join the Terror At Trossachs team this Saturday for some fun on Halloween Night, October 31st from 6:00 until 8:30.

The Haunted Graveyard “Terror At Trossachs” will feature several good scares, live actors in costume and animatronic characters full of mischif…. With FULL size candy bars as a reward at the end for those brave enough to make it to the front door!

There is no charge for the event and it’s open to all ages (Though there are some pretty intense scares so little ones should be ready).

Canned goods are gladly accepted if you would like to donate. All donations will go to NW Harvest. While we celebrate being scared on this night, there is nothing more scary than being hungry and your donations are greatly appreciated. Several students from Eastside Catholic school in Sammamish along with members from The Cascade Team Real Estate will be on hand to collect the food donations and deliver them to NW Harvest. 

Below is the story of “The Haunted Graveyard” kids and adults alike can enjoy! You can also visit the website: for more details of follow the Terror At Trossachs Facebook Page:

Nestled deep in the Cascade foothills, hidden far from passing eyes by tall pine and towering rock laid the old cemetery. It was here that the worst of the Pacific Northwest lay buried. They were the robbers, murderers, and worse that no church would allow to be set to rest on their sacred soil. Old stones covered in moss marked their graves, and the black as night crows gathered around the clearing that was their cemetery and sat silent on the branches, watching the graves with their glassy yellow eyes.

Then came progress. Roads and highways were built into the mountains, and soon little towns, businesses and residential communities took hold….. And somewhere along the way, as quaint and charming house after house was built and occupied. As the trees and forest were cut down to make room for parks and trails and business. Under the crawl of the heavy machinery that chased the black as night crows from their perch….. The cemetery was lost. 

Only the perfect homes with their perfectly manicured yards and all of those friendly neighbors remained. No one knew of the old cemetery that once existed, or of the tombstones buried under their grassy lawns. No one thought about who “Or What” might be buried under his or her rose bushes.

Simply put; it goes without saying that the tortured souls long ago laid to rest in this now long forgotten cemetery are not pleased with what has transpired above ground. And legend has it, that on one night every year those old tombstones raise up from the cold black ground. The perfectly manicured yards give way to jagged tombstones covered with moss and age. Those old crows come back and land in the few remaining tress and on all of those new housetops. Then, on Halloween night, as the tombstones glisten in the moonlight, the restless spirits of the long dead crawl from their graves looking for those who would dare to make their homes on their final resting place.

If you are brave or foolish enough, come to 1014 270thPl Se in Sammamish, WA on Saturday October the 31st  “Halloween Night!”. Take a guided tour and venture between the homes in search of “The Haunted Graveyard”. If you do dare, frights are assured, as well as the potential for fantastic rewards………

Come if you dare! There is a slide show availiable for viewing at the bottom of the homepage on the website below.....

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