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#saveHalloween at the Haunted Red Mill | Unexplained Cases (2020)

Written by: Rick Garner
Case Filed: 10/24/20 - LIVE VIDEO
Executive Producer: Rick Garner


 

On Saturday, October 24th, the Unexplained Cases team hosted #saveHalloween​ at the Haunted Red Mill. This incredible one-night-only VIRTUAL evening featured a live haunted house attraction, Halloween costume party hosted by @Malia Miglino​, and a live paranormal investigation of the Red Mill! During the costume party, Malia was pouring some of her cool and spooky alcoholic drink creations, sharing some of her creepy stories, and hosted a costume contest with winners receiving cash and prizes! A&E's Ghost Hunters Daryl Marston and Mustafa Gatollari got to experience the terror of the haunted house attraction and collected some interesting evidence during the investigation. They worked with @Maryam the Medium​ to remote view the Red Mill and were assisted by Jersey Paranormal Investigations who shared their knowledge of the mill and their experiences. We are pleased to have been able to help #saveHalloween​ after the Red Mill had to cancel their plans for 2020. Thank you to the Red Mill Museum Village, the Haunted Red Mill crew, and the entire city of Clinton, NJ for your love and support of this event!

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