PREPARE to be scared this Hallowe’en, as students take you on a tour of the town’s darker side.
Rotherham College performing arts students (pictured) will guide the Rother-Howl walk, telling tales of ghouls and ghosts, monks and murder.
Starting from Rotherham Civic Theatre at 7pm on October 31, the trail will visit the town centre’s spooky sites before ending at 1915 Bar and Bistro.
There, at the old post exchange on Domine Lane, you can hear the sad story of a wicked postman who is said to haunt the building.
This will be followed by a fancy dress contest, with prizes for the most devilishly-dressed.
Tickets are on sale at the visitor centre in All Saints’ Square, costing £5 for adults and £4 for children aged 12 to 16.
Due to the event’s terrifying themes, it is not suitable for anyone under 12.
Walkers should note that the route includes several hills.
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