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Bennett's Curse Looking to Hire 60 Workers

The Halloween attraction is returning to Blob's Park beginning Sept. 21.

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The popular Bennett's Curse show will return to Blob's Park in time for Halloween, and operators are seeking 60 part-time workers.

The attraction is set to open on Sept. 21 with its usual mix of costume ghouls and special effects.

Tickets to Bennett's Curse are $30. The attraction will be open on weekends beginning on Sept. 21, as well as the entire week leading into Halloween. For a full schedule of operations, go to bennettscurse.com.

Throughout the Halloween season, Bennett's Curse will have several community nights.

  • Sept. 28 and 29—Vampire sCares Food Drive. Bring a can of food for the Maryland Food Bank and save $5.
  • Oct. 7—Military Appreciation Night—show your military ID and save $5.
  • Oct. 11—Student Discount Night—show your student ID and save $5.
  • Nov. 2 and 3—Flashlight Fright Nights in Celebration of the Day of the Dead Weekend.

The Bennett family also operates Creepyville, a haunted attraction at Huber's Farm in Baltimore County.

Bennett's Curse has been named one of the best haunted attractions in America by several websites and the Travel Channel. 

Check out the video from last year, when

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