Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Halloween Attractions at Caledon
By Bixyl Shuftan
Earlier, the Newser reported on a Halloween party held at the steampunk-themed community of Caledon. For fans of the area and people who missed on the event or are looking for more fun there, or are just looking around for more spooky fun, there's more fun and games to be found there.
Cynthia Farshore's Caledon Downs has a few games that residents looking for spook-tacular fun. One is a Skull hunt courtesy of Shockwave Yareach. To start, look for one of three large "giver skulls" that will hnd you instructions, as well as a basket. "There are nineskulls hidden about, here and there. When you find one, simply touch it (note: you must be within 20m). The picture of a skull will appear in your basket, showing how many you have found. Try to find all nine skulls and put their souls to rest. But don't think this too easy. Not to give anything away right now, but keep in mind as you search that the dead are not resting right now. Just keep that thought in mind."
The skulls could be "in any public building, gun placement, tower, runway, hanger... If you don't have to cam to go there, it can be there." They will not be underwater, inside vehicles, in trees, or private homes.
To the east, there's a shooting gallery. To play, press the sign to get the spider gun in your inventory, then click on it and select "add." You then press the green button to start a round, shooting spiders at the various monsters and ghosts. When you're done, your score is displayed.
To the south of Caledon Downs is Caledon SouthEnd. Here, you'll find a spooky amusement park in three parts. There are a number of rides to go on, notably four rides through haunts. The "Orphan Asylum" ride was busted, but the other three were working. Probably the scariest of these was a demonic-themed one which the maker felt they needed to add a disclaimer on.
There were also games to play, such as a "wack-a-mole" type game with witches popping out of nine pumpkins. There was another shooting gallery game, in which one was to shoot the zombies while avoiding hitting the human. In another shooting game, one shoots at witches, ghosts, black cats, etc. while avoiding hitting the pumpkin, "we need it for the pie." For those wanting a break from the spooky, there are regular rides such as a ferris wheel.
The main parcel of the carnival is at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Caledon%20SouthEnd/129/41/23
Caledon is a big place, so there's likely to be a Halloween attraction I missed. But the ones I found are worth stopping by to look.