Andrea Sherman, downtown event coordinator, said that there is still a need for hands, legs and the bodies connected to them, to take care of all kinds of tasks during the event.
Haunted Depot will be even larger this year, and there is a new addition of Haunted Hayrides, she said.
Sherman said there are 17 rooms of scares.
The experience will be even longer than it was last year, she said.
If you still have any courage left after touring the Haunted Depot, take an eerie ride along Chickamauga Creek and experience the thrills and chills along the way, she said. The hayrides will run along the Ringgold Nature Trail and will contain many surprises.
The event will be Oct. 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25 and 31 at the historic Ringgold Depot, corner Nashville and Depot streets, in Ringgold. Costs for the Haunted Depot is $5 and the Haunted Hayride is also $5.
Volunteers are needed for concessions, characters, guides, drivers and other miscellaneous tasks, she said. Last year we had many youths participating and they were some of our best volunteers. Our high school participants can earn community service credit.
Applications will be available at the Depot and City Hall. For more information, call (706) 935-5290.
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