Rap battles, the Ghost Punch, a costume contest, pumpkin carving, live music and other seasonal treats in a Brothers Grimm setting...this will all be happening at Lowe Mill's Most Hallowed Halloween Party on Saturday, October 29th starting at 8 PM and going until...midnight! You'll have four hours to find your way out of the forest! WLRH's Beth Norwood talked with Ben Rhyn and Sarah Cole about this extravaganza. Their conversation follows...
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