Haunted Mill spooks and scares

Dressed to impress for Halloween, from left, Alastair Ylvisaker, Georgia Carrier and Ella Ylvisaker attended The Wassaic Project’s Haunted Mill on Saturday, Oct. 27. Photo by Whitney Joseph

WASSAIC — In celebration of Halloween, The Wassaic Project presented its Haunted Mill on Saturday, Oct. 27. Halls at Maxon Mills were decorated to spook the little ones, and entertain all who entered. 

The effort impressed those who attended, even if it wasn’t super scary.

“It was less scary then usual,” said 11-year-old Monica Dilley.

Parents said they were glad to be able to bring their little ones somewhere fun — and creative.

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