Ready or not it's here. Halloween is upon us and you'll need to be careful driving tonight, with all those little ghosts and goblins running around our streets.
But, if you're adventurous, there are also a lot of events for adults.
I can tell you how to get to this one. Go to O'kelly Hall on UND's campus, right across the street from the Law School. Take the elevator up to the fourth floor. We'll be waiting for you.
Natural Sound: "Screams….."
Abby Bratlien, UND Student: "This is the Forensic Science Haunted lab. We do it every single year. It is our main fund raiser for our trip to the American Academy of Forensic Science Conference. It's quite scary. We've had someone cry before. People scream."
But, if you're looking for a bit of nostalgia, the Empire Theater in downtown Grand Forks comes alive at midnight, with a live performance of the Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Natural Sound: "Rocky Horror Picture Show…."
Emily Burkland, Empire Theater: "I think there's a certain type of crowd. It's considered a cult classic, so a lot on the younger side. There's a certain set of people that it's a tradition for."
The doors open at 11:30 p.m. for that live action, live actor performance.
The Haunted Lab at O'Kelly Hall at UND runs until 8 o'clock Wednesday. Also, UND's Monster Patrol program is back out on the streets of Grand Forks Halloween night.
Students will be out in force in neighborhoods that have high concentrations of trick or treaters, helping kids cross streets and watching over them in dimly lit areas.