The Connection Newspapers has reports on the Bradley Farm’s recent haunted house:
Charlie Bowen came to the Bradley Farm clubhouse expecting to see some people in zombie makeup, maybe with some gruesome props. He didn’t expect to spend what felt like the longest 120 seconds of his life jumping at every single sound.
“I walked in, and right away it was much darker than I expected, which took me off guard,” said the 15-year-old Herndon resident. “Then someone just jumped at me, and then a few seconds later, someone else. And before I knew it, I was flinching at almost every single step, just waiting for something else.”
More than a thousand people attended the haunted house. All proceeds went back into the community to support Reston/Herndon FISH (Friendly Instant Sympathetic Help).
Kudos to Bradley Farms for giving us such a spooky Halloween treat and helping neighbors at the same time!