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How Dark is Your Dark Side?

Prove it and get paid for it!

Be part of the Schuster’s Haunted Forest’s 17-year history scaring, entertaining, and even terrorizing our special guests.

In-Person Auditions at Schuster’s Farm will be held on the following dates:
Thursday, August 24th  6:30 pm
and
Sunday, September 10th  6:30 pm

What our past spooks have to say

Todd:“Spooking is a sport.”

Brett: “It’s great! Where else can you get paid to scare the crap out of people? Literally!”
 
Payton: “There is nothing better than walking into a job for money initially, but leaving with friends and new experiences. Learn to think on your feet. Great job. Great employers, employees, and duties. TAKE THIS JOB!!”
 
Kristi: “‘Where the monsters play with their food.’ In all seriousness, though, the benefits of spooking in the forest include good exercise, improvisational skill building, more than a few hilarious stories to share, and fun co-workers. Personally I just always wanted to professionally run wild (like so many of us are unable to in civilized society)!”
 
Robin: “Where else can you get to make someone pee their pants, get paid for it, and have everyone laugh about it later?”
 
Danielle: “It’s not a job. It’s a family. One big, spooky, gore covered family.” 
 
Hunter: “This is the best ‘job’ I have ever had. I enjoy every day and am always looking forward to next year. I have made good friends in my three years there and would not give that experience up for anything.”
 
Jodell: “This job has been a great adventure for me. I love the people I work with there, the fun adventures that make up every shift we are there, the thrill of really scaring someone so much that their reaction just makes me laugh and so much more.”

John: “If you’re one of those people who wish Halloween was a month-long holiday, you can make that wish come true by working as a spook at Schuster’s Haunted Forest. There are few things more satisfying than getting a paycheck for something that you would do for free…or might even pay for the privilege of.”