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Zombies invade Boone Hall for Fright Nights

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A sure sign that fall is here is the return of Fright Nights to Boone Hall Plantation in Mount Pleasant.

This year, the Halloween festivities will be kicked off with the inaugural Running Scared 5K Zombie Apocalypse. The event takes place Sunday, September 22 from 12 PM to 8 PM with runners traveling a 3.1 mile course from 12 PM to 6 PM. The course takes the brave runners through the woods with three life flags. The goal is to make it past over 300 zombies with at least one flag left.

For those who are faint of heart, you can still enjoy the festivities. Watch the runners, enjoy live music and food and beverages from noon to 8 PM at the Ultimate Zombie Bash.

The run is just the start of the scary fun at Boone Hall Fright Nights. There are four attractions this year that are not for the faint of heart. Castle Mid-Evil, Zombie Town, the Wicked Woods Hayride and Little Amy's Nightmare in 3D will be open starting September 27 through November 2.

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