The nightmares of a young woman are haunting the people of Williamstown and now those townspeople hope thousands will come to their rescue.
Officials with Fort William Historical Park expect 4,000 people will be dragged through the dark and brooding historic site in an effort to set the town free.
"It becomes a life and death struggle for the tour," Fort spokesman Mary Mascarin said of the latest installment of Haunted Fort Night.
"Unless you want to be cursed forever you'd better listen to the story that you hear and what can be done."
Always willing to bring in new equipment to outdo itself in the scare department, Mascarin said there will be plenty of new surprises this year but even he doesn't know what's in store.
"I don't want to spoil the surprise for anyone," he said.
The Fort has been haunted every Halloween for the past 18 years.
The always expanding schedule has now made its way to every weekend during the entire month of October as the local historic site tries to keep up with the public's demand to be scared silly every year.
"Right now we're getting calls fast and furious, the last two weekends are going very quickly," Mascarin said. "Don't wait until the last minute."
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