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Lakewood Sheriff’s Station becomes ‘Haunted Jail’

Lakewood Sheriff’s Station becomes ‘Haunted Jail’

On Friday, October 25 from 4:30 to 10 p.m., the Lakewood Sheriff’s station will be transformed into “The Haunted Jail.”

The scary jail is built and hosted by station volunteers, Explorer Scouts and deputies donating their time. Along with a scary jail for visitors 12 and older, there is also a less scary version for younger children.

The event also features food, pony rides, a petting zoo, pumpkin painting, face painting and more. The Haunted Jail is free, but tickets for these added features must be purchased at the event.

Enter the Haunted Jail on foot through the rear gate of the Lakewood Sheriff’s Station (5130 Clark Avenue) from Civic Center Drive. Parking is best on the south end of Civic Center Drive on or near the vacant lot and Angelo M. Iacoboni Library.