Tuesday, October 29, 2013


See this 10-06-2013 message from Parker Flats at Gage School:


Calling all living, breathing humans...Parker Flats is proud to announce that our Halloween Haunted House (unlike a zombie) is ALIVE AND KICKING!  What has now become a staple tradition here in Bloomingdale, is coming to you again so be ready to run for your lives, screaming and crying.  Of course this year we will try to limit the blood splatter and severing of limbs.  Okay who are we kidding.  This year is going to be the most terrifying haunted house YET.  Here are the details

WHEN:  Halloween night (Oct 31st) from 6:30pm to 9:30pm (PLEASE NOTE:  If you are in line by 9:30 you will be allowed entry.  Anyone who gets in line after 9:30 will not be admitted to the Haunted House.  So bottom line...GET IN LINE BEFORE 9:30pm!!!)
WHERE:  Parker Flats Condo Building - 2035 2nd St. NW (2nd and Elm) - Yeah the big red brick school house)
COST:  FREE - of course most people pay with their lives but we can talk about that later
WHAT:  It's a haunted house...you will get chased by monsters, scared half to death, and then given candy afterwards...and usually grown men will cry which is kind of our favorite part!
WHO:  EVERYONE can enter...regardless of where you live...but seriously this is designed to be scary so if you have little ones please exercise your best judgement.
THEME:  Zombie Swamp.  As if zombies weren't scary enough...we have to put them in a swamp...REALLY?

If you need any further information or have any questions please feel free to email the Parker Flats Board of Directors:  parkerflatsliving@gmail.com.  Oh and we are always interested in some live (and dead) bodies to help out with playing roles or setting up the sets, so if you are interested in volunteering please let us know.  In the past we have had a few people from the community volunteer and we can always use some fresh meat lying around.

Thanks in advance and we look forward to scaring the "you know what" out of you!!!  Also, don't forget to stop by Thomas Street for their amazing annual street festival on Halloween Night.  Together, Parker Flats and Thomas Street have made Bloomingdale the best "Halloween Destination" in DC!

Sincerely Scary,
The Owners of Parker Flats at Gage School

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