Georgia Haunted House "Camp Blood"
Sep 19, 2008 – For the second year in a row, and in its 18th year, Georgia haunted attraction Camp Blood announced a Thursday Special. On Thursday nights, scare fanatics who bring 3 cans of food to help feed the hungry will get admission to Mabel’s Bled & Breakfast free! That’s a $5 value just for helping feed the less fortunate. Once again, Manna House Ministries has stepped up to be the distributor for the food gathered.
“It’s an opportunity for us to give back to the community,” says Camp Blood Administrator Mark Atcheson. "It hit me during a revival at Fellowship Baptist Church last year that I needed to do something about the hunger situation in Carroll County and I believe this is what Jesus has laid on my heart to do."
Manna House Food Pantry will receive all the donations collected by Camp Blood. Manna House regularly hundreds of families each month and is a ministry of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church in Clem, Georgia.
Camp Blood and Mabel's Bled & Breakfast are open Friday and Saturday nights beginning September 19th thru September 28th. Then Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights beginning October 2nd thru October 27th. We will also be open October 29th, 30th and 31st. The frights begin at 9pm. We close weeknights at 11pm and weekends at midnight.
Unlike standard walk and stumble attractions, Camp Blood’s guides take groups of visitors through a ‘quarter mile of sheer terror’. Visitors find themselves walking, stopping, screaming, jumping, running, and cowering as they attempt to keep up with the sneaky guides and dodge the monsters.
For more information, visit Camp Blood on the web at www.campblood.com.
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Camp Blood was rated in 2007 as one of the top 10 haunted destinations in the U.S. Located in West Georgia (Carrollton)