Amy Sheaks and Tammy Kennedy from St. Mary’s, Ohio shopped for jewelry at Back to Earth Creations’ booth. 2013 is the sixth year anniversary for The ScareFest Horror and Paranormal Convention held in Lexington. The three day event features stars, vendors, bands, ghost investigations, free seminars, wrestlers, a magic show, a freak show, a video game truck and parties.
Amy Sheaks and Tammy Kennedy from St. Mary’s, Ohio shopped for jewelry at Back to Earth Creations’ booth. 2013 is the sixth year anniversary for The ScareFest Horror and Paranormal Convention held in Lexington. The three day event features stars, vendors, bands, ghost investigations, free seminars, wrestlers, a magic show, a freak show, a video game truck and parties. Angela Baldridge Herald Leader
Amy Sheaks and Tammy Kennedy from St. Mary’s, Ohio shopped for jewelry at Back to Earth Creations’ booth. 2013 is the sixth year anniversary for The ScareFest Horror and Paranormal Convention held in Lexington. The three day event features stars, vendors, bands, ghost investigations, free seminars, wrestlers, a magic show, a freak show, a video game truck and parties. Angela Baldridge Herald Leader

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