HIGH FIVE: 5 Unique Ways to Get Spooked this Fall
sure, you could go to a haunted house or corn maze, but these local activities will get your blood pumping in a new way
1. look up local rental rates.
Even if you’re not moving this will get your heart rate up. The best way to do this is by looking up studio apartment rentals in the Chippewa Valley and trying to find any under $1,000 a month. It's a scary feat.
2. Stop a local and ask why the packers played so poorly IN THEIR FIRST GAME AGAINST THE VIKINGS THIS SEASON.
There is arguably a healthy mix of Packers fans and Vikings fans in the area, but if you keep stopping people, you are bound to find someone who will yell at you about the Packers’ excruciating loss on Sunday, Sept. 11. Make sure to throw in some digs on how downhill their playing has gone in recent years (but bring running shoes if you do this).
3. Drift down the chippewa river when it’s storming.
Nothing is scarier than braving the Chippewa in a storm. No haunted house could compare. Not to mention the fact that it would be freezing and absolutely no fun. Just make sure to swim fast if you suddenly hear “Hiya Georgie!”
4. try to find parking downtown at 5pm on a friday.
This is even scarier if you’re like me and can’t parallel park to save your life. Drive up, slowly back in, hit the curb, look around embarrassed, cars are lined up behind you, readjust two or three times, give up, drive away, and hope no one recognizes you.
5. dance on the she-nanigans dance floor on a saturday night.
Have you ever been in one of those haunted houses where you have to crawl through a tiny space and you feel like you’re dying? Well, you can have that very same experience plus the smell of sweaty people and flashing lights blinding you on She-Nanigan’s dance floor. There’s no better way to prepare for the spooky season.