Down at the end of North Point, in Baltimore County's Fort Howard Park, where the shorelines of the Patapsco River and Chesapeake Bay meld together, where the night winds blow cool, moist air up through the heavily wooded parkland, and you can see straight down the Bay to the Bay Bridge or look right and take a good look at the Key Bridge, there is an all volunteer created and presented piece of performance art executed on Friday and Saturday evenings during October. The art piece is named the Fort Howard Haunted Dungeons. It is a great piece of performance art. And is run by the Edgemere-Sparrows Point Recreation Council ESP.
Here's a link to recent photos I took at the Fort Howard Haunted Dungeons. I was deeply inspired by what I experienced there, and went all out to make a fair, photographic representation of what everyone experiences there. But it lacks the wild and crazy sounds of the experience, the oft shocking dialogue of the performers and the punch lines of the skits.
After you click on the link below, to the slide show, put that puppy on full screen mode and away you go!!!