October 27, 2014
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Scare Tactics - Fifty Acres of Fright & Six Attractions @
The Haunted Forest at Panic Point

Scare yourself straight with fright night options at the The Haunted Forest at Panic Point in Youngsville, NC. (Just north of Wake Forest) These one-of-a-kind attractions are in its fourth year and keeps getting better and better.

You'll jump out of your shoes on the Haunted Trail with 10 scenes and haunters everywhere. But there's so much more. Test your courage in the Dark Walk. Jump on the Howling Hayride. Get lost in the Menacing Maze. Face your fears in the Carny Crypt. Win a t-shirt at the Zombie Shootout or Creepy Carnival Games. See you at the Haunted Forest at Panic Point.... if you dare!
How Scary is it? Keep in mind their scariest would have a "PG-13" rating. The Haunted attractions are a family friendly haunted house. Younger patrons can enjoy the Maze and Zombie Shootout, haunter-free. Brave young souls can try lower scare attractions as a warm-up for the Haunted Trail. We've rated the scare factor on each attraction to help you out.

"Haunted Forest" Scare Rating: 4 Skulls
Bring on the Voodoo Witches, Hillbilly Cannibals, Serial Killers, & Zombies...and that's just the start!  When you step into the Haunted Forest you'll run for the hills, mess your pants & call for Mama. This half-mile trail offers 10 freaky scenes, and dozens of haunters.

"Dark Walk" Scare Rating: 3 Skulls
Fan Favorite!  Lengthened in 2014!  Your own personal horror movie scene in the woods.  Just a trail. No lights. It's you, a rope, & pure darkness. You only imagined the spectre in the shadows, right? Wild animals are way less scared of you than you are of them.

"Howling Hayride" Scare Rating: 3 Skulls
Load up and hold on! Enjoy a crisp Carolina evening accompanied by blood-curdling screams, laughter, & the sweet smell of roasting marshmallows & smoked flesh. The 2014 version of this nightmare is bigger, longer, and spookier. Be (very) afraid.

 "Carny Crypt" Scare Rating: 3 Skulls
For years, this trashed trailer was a flop house for some of the lowest level Carnival Workers this side of the Mississippi. It was dirty, decrepit, infested, and haunted. So we bought it, as-is, and converted it into a morbid museum of Carny glory.

"Menacing Maze" Scare Rating: 1 Skull
Corn maze? Not quite. The ghoulish grass is a twisted hybrid strain imported from Transylvania; meticulously cultivated in graveyard soil & enriched with zombie fodder. These ominous stalks grow thick, so all you can see are the maze walls as they close in.

"Zombie Shootout" Scare Rating: 1 Skull
In a post-apocalyptic world someone has to control the un-dead population. Why not you? Grab a wireless M4 Laser Tag Gun and shoot rounds at the glowing zombies as they forage for food (like you). Can you turn back the horde? 5 players per game. High Score wins a Panic Point T-Shirt!

SCARE GUIDE - The Haunted Forest, Carny Crypt, and Dark Walk are designed to scare, and are probably not appropriate for most people under the age of 12.  
The Haunted Forest at Panic Point is located at 2808 Cedar Creek Rd. in Youngsville, NC, north of Wake Forest and just minutes from Raleigh. Website.

Last week opened: Tuesday through Saturday.
Oct. 28 Tues. 7:00 - 9:30 - Middle & High School Night. $5 off.
Oct. 30 Thurs. 7:00 - 9:30 - College Night. $5 off.
Oct. 31 Fri. 7:00 - 11:00 - HALLOWEEN
Nov. 1 Sat. 7:00 - 10:30 - Fan Appreciation Night

Take note: They stop letting cars in the parking lot & close the ticket booth at 10:30pm every Friday & Saturday (9:30 on other nights). The haunt closes about 90 minutes after the ticket booth closes, which is around midnight on Friday & Saturday, and 11pm on other nights.

Talk about thrilling!
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Time After Time - First Watch Opens

Watch your time because breakfast, brunch or lunch are only served from 7:00am till 2:30pm daily at the new restaurant, First Watch. The largest daytime-only restaurant concept in the US, First Watch restaurant just recently opened in Raleigh at 6109 Glenwood Ave. where the former Boston Market used to be.

First Watch's award-winning Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch menu takes freshness to heart offering 100% fresh-squeezed orange juice, cage free eggs, granola and salsa made in-house daily, house-roasted vegetables and locally sourced produce. The menu features traditional favorites presented in an elevated style including pancakes, omelets, salads and sandwiches as well as seasonal specials along with its proprietary Sunrise Select Premium Coffee made from slow-roasted, hand-selected, high-grown coffee beans from mountains across North, Central and South America. All items are freshly prepared to order without the use of deep fryers, heat lamps or microwaves.

Guests to the new restaurant will note an interior design that combines a blend of "Urban" and "Farm" elements while maximizing natural light during the restaurant's daytime only hours. (Hours are 7:00am to 2:30pm daily.) It also features an open-kitchen concept which reinforces First Watch's honest approach to food preparation with seating for 106 inside including a community table and a welcoming outdoor covered patio.

The new restaurant opened by local resident and franchisee Bob Frame as part of an agreement to open five restaurants over the next four years in the Raleigh-Durham area. Frame, with more than 20 years' experience in the restaurant industry was most recently the COO of Apple Gold, an Applebee's franchisee.

Synchronize your watch and take time for First Watch.

First Watch - 6109 Glenwood Ave. Raleigh, 27612.
Hours: Mon - Sun 7am-2:30pm

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A fun, interactive evening filled with complimentary food, wine and other drinks, giveaways, a chance to win gift cards from Kohls, Target and The Angus Barn, plus hands-on instruction including the following: How to make your car last longer, How and when to check fluids, The proper way to jump-start your battery, How to check air pressure and tread on your tires, How to change a tire.
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