Miller helps with Fright Nights

Lifelong Falkville resident Wayne Miller is playing a role in the Family Fright Nights benefit at the Lowry House in Huntsville.

Miller said he’s helping produce several scenes of Grimms Fairy Tales as a part of the family fun event.

“What makes this even more special is that this is a real haunted house,” Miller said. “We do the fun fairy tales downstairs and they will tell you about the serious stuff upstairs. I think it’s something that everyone in the family will enjoy.”

The event is scheduled for Friday and Saturday. Tours of the house are $10 and will begin every 30 minutes beginning at 6 p.m. For more information or to get reservations, call 256-489-9200.

Falkville’s Wayne Miller is helping to direct activities during the Lowry House Family Fright Nights Oct. 25-26.
Falkville’s Wayne Miller is helping to direct activities during the Lowry House Family Fright Nights Oct. 25-26.

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