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Haunted Barn’s fairy tales have gone horribly wrong

Tatiana Tubberville, 5, arranges Miss Muffet’s visiting spider as part of the Haunted Barn’s twisted retelling of classic fairy tales. - Photo by Kassie Korich
Tatiana Tubberville, 5, arranges Miss Muffet’s visiting spider as part of the Haunted Barn’s twisted retelling of classic fairy tales.
— image credit: Photo by Kassie Korich

These twisted accounts of what were once fairy tales will be sure to scare even the bravest of those who enter the Fairgrounds’ Haunted Barn of “Fairy Tales Gone Wrong.”

The Sheep Barn has been converted into a scare fest of haunting proportions for those brave enough to enter between 6 and 10 p.m., Oct. 21, 22, 28 and 29. The event, sponsored by Kitsap County Parks and Recreation, is in its third year and with a budget doubled what it was last year, the props will be better and the screams will be louder.

“We have a $10,000 budget this year and we’ve introduced a lot of animatronics,” said James Tubberville, volunteer co-coordinator. “Eventually our goal is

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