Saturday Morning’s Top Stories

Haunted House Fun

An Albuquerque man, who really loves Halloween, has transformed his family home into a haunted castle. Bryan Huskisson has been decorating his house with spiders, hanging heads and a spooky tunnel for five years. This year’s project took him more than a month to create. Besides the screams, there will be lots of treats. Last year, he gave out more than 12 pounds of candy. We have a map to help you find it.

Halloween at the Bio-Park

The Albuquerque BioPark will host various Halloween events on Saturday. The zoo is holding its’ annual tricks, treats, and screams. It kicks off at 11 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m. Up to four kids per family get in free if they’re wearing a costume. There will be a carnival, crafts and a screaming contest. There will be a pumpkin carving at the Aquarium from 2-3 p.m Saturday. It will take place in the shark tank.

Fun Filled Fest

An Albuquerque city worker with a thrill for sending chills has taken it upon himself to spread some Halloween scares across the community. Community Center Manager Marvin Pohl has a passion for spooky things. He started building haunted houses in his neighborhood years ago. Now, he turns the month of October into a fun-filled fright fest for city workers and the community.

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