The Ohio Renaissance Festival is back and
bringing fall weekends filled with costumes, turkey legs, mulled mead,
jousting, games, glass-blowing demonstrations, choirs, crafts and tarot
readings inside a 30-acre, recreated 16th-century village.
An acquaintance of mine despises haunts. She considers Halloween itself
to be ugly and horror entertainment in general to be a symptom of
first-world mental illness. If she knew the details of Waynesville’s new
haunt ScareDown, she’d probably have additional objections.