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Tahoe Terror lives again to haunt Baldwin, Pope Estates

A spooky forested walkway.
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Tahoe Terror returns this weekend to haunt the Tallac Historic Site.

Friday night through Sunday night, experience the terrifying, spooky walkway of the Baldwin and Pope Estates.

South Lake Tahoe High School students have revamped Tahoe Terror this year and say it will be Lake Tahoe’s most haunting Halloween experience.

The Historic Pope Estate will be transformed to feature unimaginable ghostly secrets and thrills.

It will also incorporate chilling historical mysteries. This will be an eerie yet intriguing Halloween experience. There will be escorts to guide guests through each of the different haunting locations on the grounds.

Tahoe Terror is an opportunity to witness firsthand the unseemly nightly hauntings of the past, if you dare.

There will be secrets told about the early 20th century Pope family and servants.

Many Tahoe locals can talk about haunting sounds that come from the ground when the seasons change. Dare to come experience this night of ghoulish screams and fun.

Your support of Tahoe Terror benefits the South Tahoe High Key Club and Tahoe Heritage Foundation and Official Tallac Historic Site Non-profit partner U.S. Forest Service, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit.

There are limited tickets available. Purchase at the door is not guaranteed (cash preferred).

Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for kids 6-12 and free for those under 6.

Tickets can be purchased at tahoeheritage.salsalabs.org/2019tahoeterror/index.html.