Final weekend to journey through Cowboy Jack's Haunted Trail; Cowboy Jack's Haunted Trail to return to Seguin Outdoor Learning Center
Posted on 10/20/2017 7:43:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- If you're feeling brave, then this weekend is the last opportunity to experience the season by putting your fears to the test during this weekend's Cowboy Jack's Haunted Trail at the Seguin Outdoor Learning Center.

The fundraiser benefiting the SOLC is hosted each year by Brandi Atchley, the creative mind behind the story of Jack and his haunted dude ranch.

Each year, Atchley, of Playland Production, has been fortunate to roll out the next chapter in her story-line -- creating an even more tense and haunting experience for those who dare to walk through the natural environment of the outdoor center.
Designed with the crackles of tree limbs, flowing water and other natural habitat, the walk through the wooded area remains one of the most unique and creative haunted house experiences in the area.

Atchley says with only one weekend remaining, she hopes everyone comes out to enjoy one of her most creative productions yet.

"I'm just so grateful that it's kind of like they're letting me do what I love and that I'm helping them too. I'm just excited to bring this back to Seguin. This is the third time that I've done it. The story line, the characters -- there's more new characters added. I don't want to give too much away. You'll have to come out and see. So we changed the time to 7:30 to 11. So we're staying open 30 minutes later. We have a three level scare so if families come and they're like 'how scary is it?' They can choose what level they want. I think that's a little different than most haunted houses and stuff like that. It's more than just a haunted house. It's a story line. It's a play about Cowboy Jack and his dude ranch set in the 1930's and his wicked granny who doesn't like her granddaughter and just all kinds of things happen. You just have to come out and see what the story is about," said Atchley.

Atchley says with Seguin already having a fun filled weekend, her production team is doing everything possible to make sure doors remain open for those who dare to enter.

"Weather permitting, we have another fabulous weekend. Last weekend, we had 70 people come through. That was the biggest weekend I've ever had. I'm so proud of that. It's homecoming weekend. You've got the game, you've got the dance (but) if people save their ticket stubs from those events (and) they come see us, I'll knock $2 off. (Come) right after the game, come on. I'll tell you right now, if we have a crowd of people at 11 o'clock, I'm not going to say 'nope, sorry we're closed.' I'm going to let them through, why not? We've worked so hard. Let's give it the best show we can, you know," said Atchley.
 
Cowboy Jack's Haunted Trail will be held Friday and Saturday from 7:30 to 11 p.m. Cost is $15 for adults and $10 for kids. Again, guests will be able to select among three fright levels available. The SOLC is located at 18865 E. US Highway 90.





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