October 5, 2012
CEDAR HILL, Texas – On a normal day the Northwood University campus is bustling with students heading to class along with the squirrels scurrying through the trees and an occasional road runner crossing the road. However, lately students have been complaining about hearing disturbing sounds of screams and ghostly moaning coming from the forest by the softball field. Some students have begun to worry if the tranquil forest by the university is haunted or could it be something else.
Not to fear, it is Haunted Forest time on the Northwood University, Texas Campus. Northwood University’s Annual Haunted Forest, the longest running tradition on the Texas Campus, runs the weekend of October 26, 27, 30 and 31st from 7:30PM till 11PM each night. Admission is five dollars for the public. Haunted Forest is an outdoor version of a haunted house located next to the softball field at 1114 W. FM 1382 in Cedar Hill.
ABOUT NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY
Northwood University is committed to the most personal attention to prepare students for success in their careers and in their communities; it promotes critical thinking skills, personal effectiveness, and the importance of ethics, individual freedom and responsibility.
Private, nonprofit, and accredited, Northwood University specializes in managerial and entrepreneurial education at three full-service, residential campuses located in southern Florida, mid-Michigan and northern Texas. Adult Degree Programs are available in eight states with many course delivery options including an online option. The DeVos Graduate School offers day, evening and weekend programming in Michigan, Texas, Florida and Switzerland. The Alden B. Dow Center for Creativity and Enterprise in Midland, Michigan, specializes in creative thinking and innovation development. International education is offered through study abroad and in Program Centers in Switzerland, China, Malaysia and Sri Lanka.