Paul Gonzales Entertainment Reporter 358-2550, ext. 116

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Paul Gonzales is the entertainment writer at the Bee-Picayune and can be reached at 358-2550, ext. 116, or at thescene@mySouTex.com.

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  • The Hauntings of Boogeyman Haunted House also features a separate attraction, an obstacle course that finds visitors locked into a large steal box that must escape in the dark while being pursued by a creature. The course features water, tunnels, steep inclines and plenty of scares.
    The Hauntings of Boogeyman Haunted House also features a separate attraction, an obstacle course that finds visitors locked into a large steal box that must escape in the dark while being pursued by a creature. The course features water, tunnels, steep inclines and plenty of scares.
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  • The Hauntings of Boogeyman Haunted House opens this Saturday and is run by the Leverett family, who have been scaring people for more than 12 years now. This is the second year the family has opened a commercial location and the first time it’s being held in Old San Patricio on Farm-to-Market Road 666.
    The Hauntings of Boogeyman Haunted House opens this Saturday and is run by the Leverett family, who have been scaring people for more than 12 years now. This is the second year the family has opened a commercial location and the first time it’s being held in Old San Patricio on Farm-to-Market Road 666.
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  • Not only do bees make honey, they enjoy eating the stuff, too. When harvesting honey, if a bee gets trapped and covered with the sticky stuff, she’ll just clean herself off in a matter of minutes and fly off as if nothing ever happened.
    Not only do bees make honey, they enjoy eating the stuff, too. When harvesting honey, if a bee gets trapped and covered with the sticky stuff, she’ll just clean herself off in a matter of minutes and fly off as if nothing ever happened.
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