Published 10/20/2020
11:48pm

This Halloween's Must-Visit Spook Is An On Air Nightmare

VIDEO: The Garage of Terror and WOAP Radio Present 2020's Most Original Haunted Event

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It's a 25 to 40 minute walk through the woods just north of downtown Owosso on M-52, and it's no walk in the park.

Located behind the original studios of WOAP, a radio station serving mid-Michigan since 1948, there are scares around every turn of this haunted trail, and there is no safety in numbers here.  Only five people will enter at a time.

Have you heard of the infamous serial killer Charles Poe? Charles savagely killed his family after opening an ancient box he discovered in the trunk of his car, becoming possessed by the darkest of magic. 72 years after Poe annihilated his family, his great-granddaughter exposed the supposed location of the box, and Boomer, a DJ from the radio station WOAP in Owosso, felt drawn to investigate the woods behind the station. It appears that the evilness that was thought to be dead, has indeed come back with a vengeance. After hooking the box up to the station antenna, Boomer is set to destroy as many lives as he can. Are you brave enough to endure the trails filled with all your greatest fears?

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The On Air Nightmare is open each Friday and Saturday night from 8pm until midnight at 2301 N M-52.

Tickets are just $20 so you'll have plenty of cash to grab a bite from the taco truck on site.

Get tickets online now at woapradio.com.

Find out about all of this season's scary happenings on our HAUNTED HOT SHEET powered by Blight Propane.

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