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North Brooklyn Boat Club Haunted Paddle 2017: Cthulhu Canoe!
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North Brooklyn Boat Club Haunted Paddle 2017: Cthulhu Canoe!

10/28/2017
When: Saturday, October 28, 2017
Where: North Brooklyn Boat Club
51 Ash St.
Brooklyn, New York 
United States
Contact: Michael Haskell

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What horrors lurk below the ancient waters of Newtown Creek...? Let our dark and silent (ACA-certified) guides take you on a terrifying twenty-minute tour of the starkly beautiful postindustrial waters of Newtown Creek. Over the dark surface of this time-haunted stream, strange chants echo, and those who dwell here have changed with the passing of forgotten years. As your boat passes beneath the rusted relics of bygone industry, you'll see the twisted devotees of ancient powers, older than humanity, uncaring, and strange. That is not dead which can eternal lie, And with strange aeons even death may die. Iä! Iä! Cthulhu Canoe! All are welcome to witness the horrors of the deep! You won't find anything this Halloween that's more superfun(d) than this! Each canoe ride ticket includes a drink ticket to be used after your trip. You'll need it. For those too fearful to ply the waters we'll have a party on land with a bonfire, drinks, and food. The party is free to attend and requires no RSVP, but haunted canoe ride tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets sell out fast, so grab yours here. October 28, 2017 NBBC Boatyard: 51 Ash St., Greenpoint, Brooklyn, USA 7:00-11:00 PM Haunted canoe trips every 20 minutes Purchase tickets for specific times in advance. Any unsold tickets will be available at the door

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