A not-so-really-wicked witch handed out treats at the Plymouth County Historical Museum's "Candy at the Cabin" event in Le Mars Saturday evening. Jonah Hart, 5, of Le Mars, was decked out as Luigi of the Super Mario Brothers as he received candy treats. The event also featured a haunted house for adults and children.
No costume was necessary for Marissa Sitzmann, 22-month-old daughter of Ben and Krystin Sitzmann, of Le Mars, as she bravely reached for a candy treat at the Plymouth County Historical Museum's haunted evening. Candy was offered at the Weber Log Cabin, with a haunted house in the museum's basement level for adults and brave children.
Plenty of scary noises, creatures and sights were part of the Plymouth County Historical Museum's first-ever haunted house event Saturday. This monster silently followed visitors through the haunted halls.
It just wouldn't be a haunted house without a witch cackling as she brews up a scary concoction for an unsuspecting visitor. The basement halls of the Plymouth County Historical Museum had plenty of scary areas as visitors treaded carefully Saturday, hoping they wouldn't be scared to death.