Lion Ambassadors to walk through Penn State’s past with ‘Haunted Valley’
The Penn State Lion Ambassadors will showcase the haunted past of the university Friday, Oct. 20 with ‘Haunted Valley,’ an evening full of lantern tours and a haunted house.
Tours will begin at the Hintz Family Alumni Center starting at 7 p.m. and will visit paranormal sites on campus, ending with a haunted house.
Lion Ambassadors are the student alumni corps of the Penn State Alumni Association who “aim to communicate the University’s history, personality, and traditions to students, alumni, and friends through tours and programming.”
“We are very excited about Haunted Valley,” said Jack Titus, Lion Ambassadors committee director in a release to Penn State News.
“It is always a blast to show the spookiness and tradition that comes from Penn State’s past, especially when we can share that knowledge with the entire State College community. This year, we wanted to offer the opportunity for local students in the area to come out and trick or treat on the tour route!”
In addition to the tours and haunted house, the Alumni Center will have free food, student performances, and games.
The event is free and open to the public beginning at 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. at the Hintz Family Alumni Center.