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Friday, 15 October 2010

Halloween costume dating style

You can love it or hate it but it seems like there is no getting around Halloween. From the candy corn at the office to costumed gourds at the supermarket, this is one holiday that spooks or sparks us no matter how old we are.

Unlike ever before, the chance to dress up or down is making for pure adult entertainment as retailers are predicting an increase in spending on costumes for grownups. Indeed, a survey by the National Retail Federation finds that Americans are planning to spend a lot more on this Halloween than the last, and an estimated one billion dollars will be spent on trick or treat attire for adults, and more than one third of respondents plan to throw or attend a party for All Hallow's Eve.

This newfangled enthusiasm for a holiday that once revolved around peanut sized characters can be credited to the hard times that continue to plague our realities. Playing dress up is a well-timed opportunity to suspend our disbelief and have fun for the night.

You can opt for one of this year's trending outfits or pull your classic go-to costume out from under the bed, just be warned that what you wear for Halloween sends a subtle message which may scare off or lure in the wrong types of characters.


The Cowboy: The down-to-earth but sly, sturdy and sun-kissed maverick will rope in two kinds of ladies: the demure, delicate belle or the wild trail-blazer. While playing cowboy is sure to be a fun and wild adventure for one night, know this: most women do not consider these bad boys the marrying type.

Superhero: Power hungry villainesses will be trying to dig their claws into you so be prepared to leap tall buildings (or at least use the elevator to get up to their apartment). It's easy to get fooled by damsels in disguise who are drawn to your super crime fighting capabilities, just don't bite on the kryptonite or you will lose all of your powers.

Vampire: Women for centuries have been attracted to these sinister blood sucking creatures, but remember that the paranormal world is a cold, mysterious universe and those who get off in it can be playing a deadly game. This is the type of steamy first sight attraction that is likely to go lethal!

The King: Showing up in a Viva Las Vegas getup is bound to get groupies, but wise men know that loyal fans often turn into desperate followers. If you're not looking for a relationship, dress as a relaxed rocker and skip the glitzy gold, shades and side burns.


The Nurse: You may look all nice dressed up in white but you will be tending to the heart sick and emotionally ailing in this wholesome getup. One night as Florence Nightingale may feel empowering but a guy that that requires constant therapy may quickly become tiresome.

French Maid: The black and white lacy outfit is sure to conjure images of you bending down to dust for months to come. Trick or treater beware: The hot guys who flock towards you may like to play dirty and your nights of clean fun may turn into one hot mess.

School Girl: The innocent girl next door always gets the best scores among suitors. But, the green and navy uniform, knee high socks and pigtails can lure in guys who are still stuck in third grade. Best steer clear of super geeks, action figure wannabes or anyone that shows up as Pee Wee Herman.

The Wicked Witch: It's an easy last minute get-up but there is nothing sweet or sexy about a woman in green face paint and nose warts. Naughty does not always make a sexy statement so leave the broomstick in your closet and grab that Disney princess dress.

Frightland dubbed one of scariest Halloween attractions

 Enter the realm of Frightland if you dare and travel through the depths of darkness and evil.

Haunting its guests for 14 years, the attraction provides a "spooktacular" experience with access to The Attic, Barn of Horror, Idalia Manor, The Escape, the Haunted Hayride, Haunted Woods, Forgotten Asylum and the Town of Redemption.

Along with the occasional continence mishap, there are constant screams of terror coming from the 1,350 acres of farmland, all in the spirit of Halloween fun.

The park, which scares teens and adults with live ghouls, animatronics and creepy scenes, was dubbed "one of America's scariest Halloween attractions" by The Travel Channel.

"We have an awesome group of volunteers who work during the off-season to help create Frightland," said manager fright mom Debbie Hall. "Actual building starts in April or May depending upon the weather."

During prime time, about 150 actors gather each evening to prepare for the make-up process, which is handled by a small team of talented artists. 

Joe Davis of New Castle has been deceiving guests at Frightland for six years, applying his craftsmanship of prosthetics and latex masks.

"I plan on doing this for as long as it is open since it is fun and for a good cause," he said.

A portion of the proceeds go to the Leukemia Research Foundation of Delaware in honor of the owner's daughter, who is a survivor of leukemia. 

In addition to make-up artists, live actors have a very demanding position to successfully entertain 20,000 guests who travel there from all over the U.S. 

Second year actor Aloura Shaver of Newark transforms into a zombie cowboy. 

"I'm not scary in real life, but when I'm working I manage to make a lot of people cry and scream," she said. 

Despite the harsh elements of the job at times, Shaver said many of the volunteers return year after year. 

"It's like having a baby," she said. "It's busy, exhausting and rewarding all at once." 
An actor for nine years, Josh Hall of Smyrna was once a 10-foot mummy on stilts at the haunted hayride. 

"There is never a dull moment working here," he said.


Thursday, 14 October 2010

Tween girls' costume options a soft-porn horror show

"What should I be?" I overheard one girl asking another in a costume store recently.

I'm an eavesdropper, and this conversation was well worth following.

So, in all my middle-aged invisibility, I lingered as the pair of middle-schoolers contemplated their choices for Halloween. These were tweens with braces and eyeliner — young enough to fit into kids' sizes but determined to shop the women's section.

"How's this?" asked one holding a French maid costume over her skinny jeans and Juicy Couture T-shirt. The feather duster was sold separately. "Sweet. Try it on," urged the other as she pulled two costumes off the rack. One was a "Sexy Thumper Bunny." The other, a "Deluxe Pirate Wench."

The problem with eavesdropping is you can't bust into the conversation. I couldn't very well blurt out "No way, too slutty" to the BFFs who were shopping after school without their parents. That would be creepy.

So there I was, feeling like Tipper Gore as I cringed at the choices available to these girls. For your information, there's an ungodly amount of Spandex, stilettos and bustiers in Halloween stores. And a surprising emphasis on thigh-high hosiery and garters. Bondage is big, as in the array of revealing prisoner get-ups with labels like "Ally Catraz," "Miss Behaved" and "Jail Bait." Law enforcement is a major theme, such as the "Busted Police" outfit and the much-coveted "Smokin Hot Fire Fighter" number. 

And waiting tables is all the rage. One of the tweeners had her heart set on a cocktail waitress uniform because, she told her friend in the dressing room, "It has good cleavage." The other settled on a low-cut costume labeled "Beer Garden Girl."

Men can choose from all manner of action heroes and historical costumes. There's Julius Caesar, a pregnant nun, a golden Buddha and even that old dancing guy on the Six Flags commercials. My favorite is the Corpse Costume Body Bag, which only comes in men's sizes.

What's disturbing in the women's section is the lack of imagination. Aside from fabulous Wonder Woman, "Princess Amidala" and "I Love Lucy" costumes, there are few heroics and little humor.

Costume companies have taken a renewed interest in Alice in Wonderland and made raunch out of the Queen of Hearts and the Cheshire Cat. Alice herself comes in several forms of soft porn.

Women basically have two choices: stripper chic or plus-sized potato sacks. This leaves me sad and sorry for my two tweeners pondering what they should be.

I've spent a week now thinking about all sorts of answers I could have offered in the costume store. For one: Be smart and strong. To the blond who will be ringing doorbells as "Sexy Thumper Bunny" this Halloween, to her friend the Beer Garden Girl, and to all the young babysitters who will be spending their hard-earned earnings on costumes this year, I say, be careful what you make believe.

Better yet, learn to sew.

© Susan Greene The Denver Post

Face Painting For Halloween

The coolest halloween face painting ideas are here for you to look at also get some free face painting ideas. I'm sure I don't have to tell you how much FUN kids have with these kind of toddler activities.

Take a look at these halloween face painting examples below and see what you think.

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Halloween Skeleton face painting

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Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Nikki Reed (Rosalie Hale of TWILIGHT) to design Vampire Jewelry

Actress Nikki Reed, best known for her role as Rosalie Hale in The Twilight Saga, revealed she will soon become a jewelry designer because she absolutely loves jewelry and wants to create something different.

"I'm working on collaborating with someone to create a line because I'm really into jewelry," she told In Touch at the Swatch New Gent Collection launch at New York's Gansevoort Park Avenue Hotel on October 6.

The 22 year-old actress, who is also a screenwriter and music video director, confessed she is really into the "skull thing right now", so her jewelry line will be naturally influenced by her latest obsession.

Is Nikki ready to design vampire jewelry? It could be a hit! Twi-hards would love it… I'd love it and Halloween is coming. Why not look fabulous on Halloween too? Yeah, I'm kind of sick of those cheap Halloween costumes and "jewelry". I digress.  

Good luck, Nikki!!


Glee gets Halloween early with Rocky Horror Picture Show

We all may get up and move in front of our TV as we watch FOX takes a dig at The Rocky Horror Picture Show  that still elicits a cult folllowing.

The episode -- which airs October 26 -- was given a sneak peek thanks to TV Guide As for who will play whom, here are your favorite characters playing favorite characters (don't read on if you want to be surprised when the show actually airs):

Kurt takes on the role of Riff-Raff, makeup and all. Rachel is Janet, no surprise there. Mercedes takes on Frank-N-Furter, which can only be a freeky surprise for us viewers. Quinn and Santana are both cast as Magenta, but different incarations of that memorable character.

Finn is Brad, need we say more? With this info in your head, get ready for Glee when the hit show celebrates Halloween early with the Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Halloween Safety

 They say it's thrills by day and frights by night. But some inside Six FlagsMidnight Mansion got a bit more than they bargained for Saturday night after cobwebs outside the haunted house caught fire.

Saturday's incident at Six Flags is an important reminder of potential Halloween holiday dangers.

A photo captured by an eyewitness shows flames rushing up the side of the Agawam, Massachusetts attraction. Fire investigators say decorative cobwebs made of a flammable burlap material ignited - after brushing against light fixtures on the roof.

"The fire consisted primarily of simulated cobwebs that were hung outside the structure." said Deputy Chief Alan Sirois of the Agawam Fire Department . "The fire was extinguished quickly. Extension was checked for and there was some very minor involvement in the exterior of the structure and the roof." said Sirois.

The National Fire Protection Association offers several Halloween safety tips. They say to avoid loose-fitting costumes or vision impairing masks near flames, Also, check labels for flame-resistant costumes, and be sure to avoid hanging cornstalks or fake cobwebs near electric outlets.

Alternative Iron Man Armor

Our love for steampunk, which has been obvious from the get-go, has just been doubled. Over the weekend, New York was home for some of the biggest fans in comic books, and they descended upon the New York ComicCon event. During that event, Marvel held their costume contest, and one look at this design and you'll immediately realize why it won. A stagger depiction of what Iron Man would look like in the guilded age, this steampunk Iron Man is just about one of the most interesting things we've seen in a long time.

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Unfortunately, there's not a lot of information about how the costume was made, or even about the designer. While the picture may speak 1,000 words, we'd still like to know all of the details regarding the suit's construction, and about the designer. For now, though, we'll just have to take staring at it, and be happy with what we have.

New Wonder Woman TV Show Coming

justice-wonder-woman "Wonder Woman" TV show is all set to return to the small screen. The action fantasy, which is adopted from DC comic book superhero, would be made into a television series, according to reports. The new series will be produced by David E. Kelley. The renowned producer, who made his mark with shows like "Ally McBeal," "The Practice," and "Boston Legal," is reported to have signed a deal with the Warner Bros. to produce the television series.

"Wonder Women" is one of the most celebrated female super heroes from the DC comic and therefore, it may be expected that the show will appeal to the young audiences when it is aired on TV. It would not be a bolt from the blue if the show indeed turns out to be a major hit. It has been a long time plan of Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment to relaunch this comic character and reportedly the production houses were looking for the right time and the right project to feature this Amazonian Queen. The production houses also plan to create a movie out of "Wonder Woman" but before that they want to introduce this character to a wider range of audience, as the popular character has almost faded out from people's memory. The younger generation also needs to be more familiar with "Wonder Woman".

The New Adventures of Wonder Woman starring Lynda Carter has been a very popular show in the mid-1970s. However, it was called off after some year leaving its fans craving to see the character on TV since then. The new reboot of the show will surely excite her old fans. There has been no reports on which channel will it be featured or in which show will it be incorporated.

(C)  Meena Kar  Oct 3, (THAINDIAN NEWS) 

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Not the sort of thing you want to meet on Elm Street

Jeff Rockey has pasted a latex prosthetic to cover his eye, making himself look as if one has rotted out. The rest of his zombie makeup will blend the rubber prosthetic into the rest of his face. The Maverick Theater is staging the live theater adaptation of the classic horror film "Night of the Living Dead" as part of the Fullerton Shadows Theatre Festival.

Top 25 Selling Halloween Costumes

Not certain what to wear this Halloween? here is a list of the most popular costumes sold last month by the most popular online Costume store.

Alice in Wonderland Movie - Deluxe Alice Adult Costume
Alice In Wonderland Movie Deluxe Red Queen Adult Costume
Alice In Wonderland Movie Prestige Mad Hatter Adult Costume
Avatar Movie Sexy Neytiri Adult Costume
Batman Brave & Bold Deluxe M/C Batman Toddler/Child Costume
Dark Heart Queen Adult Costume
Harry Potter Gryffindor Robe Deluxe Child Costume
Iron Man 2 (2010) Movie - Iron Man Mark 6 Super Deluxe Adult Costume
Lil' Lion Elite Collection Infant/Toddler Costume
Lil' Mermaid Toddler/Child Costume
Lil Monster Infant/Toddler Costume
Mad Hatter Elite Adult Costume 

Mischievous Mad Hatter Deluxe Adult Costume

Spider-Man Muscle Toddler Costume
Super Mario Bros. - Luigi Deluxe Toddler/Child Costume
Super Mario Bros. - Mario Deluxe Toddler/Child Costume
TMNT - Sexy Donatello (Purple) Deluxe Adult Costume
TMNT - Sexy Raphael (Red) Deluxe Adult Costume
Top Gun Men's Flight Suit Adult Costume
Top Gun Women's Flight Dress Adult Costume
Toy Story - Buzz Lightyear Deluxe Toddler/Child Costume
Toy Story - Woody Deluxe Child Costume
Twilight Twinkle (Light Up) Adult Costume
Vixen Pirate Wench Adult
Wonderland Queen Deluxe Adult Costume

Monday, 4 October 2010

Face Painting Hiccups

Using wet wipes can be useful for touching up and cleaning mistakes when face painting. Kids are not known for sitting still long enough to get the job done so an unscented wet wipe wrapped around a finger will help "adjust" painting "improved"  by the child more interested in gaining loot than a painyed face.

Walk on the Darkside This Halloween

Vampires can be Scary, Sexy, or Both! This Halloween, Treat Yourself to a Frightfully Fantastic Vampire Costume!

Who is that creeping in shadowy pools of darkness? Do I see glowing eyes and a sliver of light glinting off shiny white fangs? Vampires are some of our most admired and desired Halloween characters. These creatures, timeless and ageless humans without emotion, but stirring our passions, pique our interest like no other night-creature.

Friday, 1 October 2010

Spooky Halloweens-Overnight frights

(CNN) -- Every October, haunted houses sprout up in neighborhoods across the country. If you're stuck trying to come up with a more exhilarating Halloween experience than having costumed teenagers chase you around with a chainsaw, you've come to the right place. Why go to a "haunted house" with fake ghosts when you can visit the real thing?

The world is full of spooky places, and many are open to the public, if you know where to look. From ghost-hunting tours to B&Bs and rambling mansions, we've compiled some chill-inducing overnights for thrill seekers looking for bona fide hauntings this Halloween season.

American Hauntings Tours

American Hauntings Tours, based in Illinois, organizes overnight ghost hunts in the Midwest and beyond. Numerous tours are listed on their website, including an eerie weekend in New Orleans for $600 per couple. That includes a two-night stay, a haunted French Quarter tour and more.

On October 9, participants can spend the night ghost-hunting at Whispers Estate in Mitchell, Indiana. For $85 per person, guests can seek ghostly encounters in an 1899 house where visitors frequently report being touched and seeing spirits.

Whether you come face-to-face with a real ghost or not, these retreats guarantee a good time.

"We are trying to give people an experience that they can't get on their own," said Troy Taylor, author and owner of American Hauntings Tours.

Taylor said that one of the best things about the tours is joining with others with similar interests, and he encourages participants to come with an open mind.

"If you go to enough places, something will happen that will at least leave you scratching your head."

Elaine's Victorian Inn and Dinner Theater
Cape May, New Jerse

Another option for the true ghost enthusiast is embarking on a ghost hunter's weekend at Elaine's Victorian Inn and Dinner Theater. Aside from ghost hunting, the daring can embark on a walking tour of the most eerie spots in Cape May, New Jersey.

The Inn dates to the 1860s and is reportedly brimming with paranormal activity.

"One of our known ghosts is a child named Emily, who moves shoes around the rooms, knocks items on the floor and can be heard running through the halls," marketing manager Elizabeth Hargett said.

She offers a warning to potential visitors: "Some people, like myself, get spooked and just decide they've had enough."

For a milder thrill, check out the two dining experiences at Elaine's. The 150-seat dinner theater is currently putting on the production "Zombie Beach Party," and the Haunted Mansion restaurant has an interactive dinner show called "Ghost Hunting 101."

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum 
Weston, West Virginia

If what you're looking for is a real spine-tingling experience, you may want to spend the night searching for spirits in an asylum. At theTrans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, the fearless have the opportunity to ghost hunt from 11:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. in a group of 10 ... or (as if you haven't proved that you're brave enough) guests can choose to hunt alone. The cost is $100 per person during the month of October.

Daytime heritage tours are offered through October 31. Guests learn the history of the treatment of the insane and medical procedures used over the years. Guided paranormal tours are also offered at 10:30 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. for $40 per person. They last approximately two hours and show off the four hottest spots in the asylum.

Additionally, the asylum is hosting a Witches' Ball on October 30, with live entertainment, door prizes and a costume contest for both children and adults.

Prospect Place
Dresden, Ohio

In Dresden, Ohio, guests can spend the night at Prospect Place, which was a stop on the Underground Railroad network used to move slaves to freedom in the 1800s.

The 29-room mansion, rumored to be one of the most haunted homes in Ohio, was built in 1856 by abolitionist George Willison Adams and has been featured on Syfy's "Ghost Hunters" and the Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures."

Guests should bring cameras and recorders to ghost hunt with a dedicated group of Prospect Place volunteers

A public ghost hunt, open to the public with reservations required, will be held on Halloween. The night will begin at 8 p.m. and end at 6 a.m. The minimum cost to participate is $50 per person, and all proceeds go to the G.W. Adams Educational Center.

Evening paranormal tours, lasting up to two hours, are offered for $15 per person. All evening tour attendees must be at least 18, as the Adams Center says it "will not be held responsible for psychological damage, nightmares or other harm which may occur in minors."

"There have been people so scared, they leave prematurely," said George Adams, the manager and educational coordinator.

Ghost-free daytime historical tours are offered for less daring guests.

Stanley Hotel
Estes Park, Colorado

Heeere's Johnny!

If nothing thus far seems risky enough for you, try spending the night in the legendary Stanley Hotel. The most popular room is 217, where Stephen King stayed while developing the idea for his book "The Shining." (Bonus: According to Leslie Hoy, director of operations at the hotel, Jim Carrey stayed in this room while filming "Dumb and Dumber" and checked into a Holiday Inn after only two hours.)

According to ghost-hunters, room 401 is also notable. It is said to be haunted by former housekeeper Mrs. Wilson and the former owner of a brothel, Lord Dunraven (most known for touching women in the room.)

"One of the most recent complaints was a guest saying that Mrs. Wilson ripped his pillow out from under his head, and then [he] saw the sheet coming up over his face. Taking her former role seriously, she was making the bed, with him in it," Hoy said.

The hotel has been open for 101 years. There is a resident psychic and expert paranormal investigator on staff. The hotel offers five-hour ghost hunts using paranormal equipment for $50, giving visitors access to the most haunted areas of the hotel, which are off-limits to the general public. These special experiences can be booked through the tour concierge at (970) 577-4110.

A classic queen room is going for $239 on Halloween night, with the option to enhance your stay with a 90-minute historic ghost tour for only $15. On the tour, guests will hear tales of actual sightings and see the hotel's spookiest places. Check out the hotel's Facebookpage for more special events and to read about the experiences of former guests.

There are many events going on for Halloween weekend, including a Murder Mystery Dinner and the Shining Ball, an elaborate costume party on October 30-31.

"People come from all over the world to attend," Hoy said.

Her advice for getting the most out of your stay? "Rent one of the most haunted rooms, take a daytime ghost tour to learn about the history behind the hotel, and go on an evening ghost hunt." Guests should also tune in to "The Shining" at least once; it loops at all hours of the day on one of the hotel's television stations.

Historic Anchorage Hotel
Anchorage, Alaska

Employees at the Historic Anchorage Hotel are so used to reports of paranormal activity that they keep a "ghost log" to track the sightings.

"We started the ghost log in 2004, after I experienced three strange things in the first week of December," said Terri Russi, general manager of the Historic Anchorage Hotel.

"Last Halloween Eve, we had two different psychics here. They told us we have 32 spirits. The magnetic energy was pulling them in! I nearly dropped!" Russi said.

Former visitors say that seeing a ghost is not at all unusual, most notably the abandoned bride who hanged herself in the hotel when her groom failed to show up for their wedding.

"One guest who told us he could not get out of bed because someone was on top of him. The man had such vivid details," Russi said. (Hotel employees attribute this to the spirit of a child who likes to play games.)

The hotel takes its reputation seriously, especially around Halloween.

"We go way out and decorate with monsters for Halloween. I think we have more Halloween decor than Christmas," Russi said.

A deluxe double room will put you back only $109 for a stay on Halloween night.

Lizzie Borden B&B 
Fall River, Massachusetts

If you want to stray from the traditional hotel experience, try staying at a bed and breakfast ... specifically the home where Lizzie Borden allegedly took an ax to her parents. The address of one of Massachusetts' most infamous killers has been featured on "Scariest Places on Earth," a paranormal documentary reality series, and it's now taking reservations

Guests can reserve rooms belonging to various family members, including Lizzie's own bedroom. A daring guest can even book a night in the John Morse room, where Abby Borden was murdered. (If you're not creeped out enough, check out the Lizzie Borden mannequin and crime scene photos in the room.)

This room can be booked for $250 a night during the month of October, including a full tour of the home and breakfast reminiscent of what was eaten on the morning of the murders.

Bonus: Shoppers can choose amongst T-shirts, hatchet earrings and Lizzie Borden bobble-head dolls at the gift shop.

Crescent Hotel & Spa
Eureka Springs, Arkansas

This scenic 1886 hotel in the Ozarks has many reported encounters of paranormal activity, with ghost tours offered nightly.

The "grand finale" of the nightly ghost tours is "Doctor" Baker's morgue (the famous site where Norman Baker opened a hospital that claimed to cure cancer).

"The morgue is located in the lowest level of our hotel. His original autopsy table, the walk-in cooler where he kept both animal and human body parts and corpses, and the shelves where he kept body parts in formaldehyde jars are still in the area," said Bill Ott, director of marketing and communications.

"It was here where the Atlantic Paranormal Society caught a full-bodied apparition on thermograph imaging while taping their program 'Ghost Hunters' for the Syfy Network, a discovery they refer to as 'the holy grail of ghost hunting,' " Ott said.

Guests have the option of booking the Spirits of the Crescent Package, including a premium room for one night, breakfast for two, two ghost tour tickets, a ghost hunter video and two ghost T-shirts. The cost of this package is $199 plus tax Sunday through Thursday and $289 plus tax Friday through Saturday.

Ott encourages travelers to visit, where the hotel reprints all reports of paranormal encounters.

His advice for a ghoulish good time? "Be open to the spirit world. Allow your senses to capture anything that might be out of the ordinary (a sound, cold breeze, a brush up against you, a poke or a bump). ... It may be nothing, but it may be something."

San Diego Zoo
San Diego, California

Finally, for a milder sleepover, check out Spooky Sleepovers at the San Diego Zoo. Parents and children ages 4 and older can spend the night in "haunted" Timbuktu camp. There are opportunities to make Halloween crafts, trick or treat around the Reptile House, participate in a costume parade and eat s'mores around a campfire.

Sleepovers are taking place from 4 p.m. to 9 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays beginning October 16. The cost is $139 per adult and $119 per child, plus admission to the zoo for nonmembers. A tent will be provided, but don't forget your sleeping bag! Reservations are required and made by calling (619) 718-3000 or (800) 407-9534.


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