On Saturday October 27, 2012 the haunted attraction, Fright Night at Jacobson Park in Lexington, KY was held across 40 acres of land.  Goers are treated to three attractions, including, Zombie Mayhem, Dark Forrest and 13 Doors.  Photos by Erin Reynolds.
On Saturday October 27, 2012 the haunted attraction, Fright Night at Jacobson Park in Lexington, KY was held across 40 acres of land. Goers are treated to three attractions, including, Zombie Mayhem, Dark Forrest and 13 Doors. Photos by Erin Reynolds. Herald-Leader
On Saturday October 27, 2012 the haunted attraction, Fright Night at Jacobson Park in Lexington, KY was held across 40 acres of land. Goers are treated to three attractions, including, Zombie Mayhem, Dark Forrest and 13 Doors. Photos by Erin Reynolds. Herald-Leader

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