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Argo Theater presents annual haunted house

Argo Theater’s Haunted House is opening again for the second year on Oct. 19. It will run from 4 to 6:30 pm in the PAC auditorium. This idea came from director David Hernandez last year to create a fantastic way for our Argo theater students to be involved in a one-night fundraiser.

“It’s just fun to do, you know, Halloween season. There are haunted houses everywhere. So, for us to have our little haunted house, I thought it would be a good idea,” said Mr. Hernandez. “We have some talented actors, you know, people like Giovanni Trinidad and Jaylen Perez, who just are good at scaring people. You know, we save the best for the end.”

Argo Theater’s Haunted House was a big hit last year, and it’s not about the money. It’s about the experience and fun you have scaring others or being scared.

They will have more props and more actors and more scare coming your way. And they could have crew help out with props and scare kids too. If you are interested in joining, stay updated with your daily news every morning, or talk to the director David Hernandez. If your ready for a scare, come on down this October 19th.

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Jonathan Salgado, Staff Writer
Johnny is a senior. This is his first time in journalism. He's an actor, a drummer and vocalist. His dream is to become a therapist to help and understand people. To top this off, if you ever meet him, he means well.

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