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Wicked Woods and Goblyns Glen
James Carver is something of a werewolf enthusiast. On the James Carver Moonlight Preserve (known to terrified locals as the Wicked Woods), he collects, studies, and protects these endangered specimens of lycanthropy. Visitors who dare to enter the preserve have a rare opportunity to see the creatures at all stages of their life cycle, from their first full-moon transformation to the day they settle in to a soul-crushing job at the bone factory. At Carver Castle—Carver's veterinary lab—, tour groups learn about werewolf biology and view the involuntary experiments that herald the next stage of lycanthropic evolution. But, should interlopers stray from the tour's path, they could find themselves the real endangered species.
Meanwhile, what's swirling in the night at Goblyns Glen? Spooky spirits, werewolves, and—according to Sir Amiss Higglesbottom—a monster or two. As master of ceremonies of the Glen's monster safari, Higglesbottom alerts precocious guests of the monsters they may meet while trick-or-treating their way through an enchanted world of Halloween fun. Along the path, they encounter costumed characters, vendors selling snacks, and impressively elaborate Halloween displays that feature everyone's favorite holiday characters such as skeletons and pumpkins. The tradition is familiar to Oak Meadow Park, which has transformed into a magical, spooky wonderland every Halloween since 2008. While sweet aromas waft from various food booths, families hear recanted tales of ghostly lore and ogle interactive oddities. Those who visit on Saturday, October 25, will be treated to balloon twisters and a performance by Patrick the Magician.