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Events in Moray:- Spooky goings-on at Brodie Castle this Halloween

By Alistair Whitfield

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Only the bravest of the brave should dare go near Brodie Castle this Halloween.


Ghosts, ghouls, spectres and spirits will all be haunting the grounds of the 16th Century castle during Fright Night on Saturday, October 30.

James Dean, the venue's operations manager, said: "What better place for an authentic Halloween experience than a centuries-old castle with a long and rich history."

"We look forward to seeing you all on the night."

The National Trust for Scotland has teamed up with Elgin-based Out of the Darkness Theatre Company and Moray College UHI's performing and production arts students to stage the Halloween event.

Folk are also being encouraged to come dressed up to Fright Night in their own scary costumes.

The spook-tacular experience starts at 6pm. Food and drink will be available.

Tickets available at www.eventbrite.co.uk

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