Looking for some serious scares in Central Florida this Halloween? There are plenty of local spots to find frightful fun right here in our community, and our new Toyota dealership has a list of a few suggestions to make your holiday the scariest yet. Stop wasting time trying to find something spooky to do this Halloween – hop into your Orlando Toyota car and hit the road to check out these eerie adventures!
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Longwood Village Inn: Hit the highway in your new Orlando Toyota to check out this seriously haunted hotel – it’s now a business, but that doesn’t mean its former guests have left the premises! People who work in the building report odd cold spots, seeing shadows that shouldn’t be there, hearing strange noises and voices talking, and even seeing a ghostly childish figure every now and then.
Ashley’s in Rockledge: This restaurant may offer a full bar and great drink specials, but its leg-up on competitors comes from the ghost of Ethel who apparently haunts the women’s restroom. According to local legend, Ethel was a regular at the establishment (which used to be called Jack’s Tavern). Her body washed up on the shores of the Indian River and since then, she’s continued her regular visits to the bar. Female patrons report seeing strange things and hearing out-of-place noises in the ladies bathroom, and employees often report that objects have been moved around when they come to work in the morning.
Find Halloween haunts in your new Toyota this year!
Bay Street Theater: Heading over to Eustis this Halloween in your Orlando Toyota? Be sure to check out the seriously spooky Bay Street Theater. Patrons and employees report hearing screams ring out through the theatre when no one else is there, and lights turn on and off by themselves. One person even reported seeing a ghostly man hanging from the stage. There’s also a creepy part of the building called “The Hole”, which is an area under the stage that causes major uneasiness in visitors and paranormal investigators. The temperatures there fluctuate wildly, and people who go down there report feeling extremely uneasy and eerie due to an unknown presence!
Hamburger Mary’s: This amazing burger bar is located right here in town on Church Street, and it’s got plenty of frightful fun to offer on top of the delicious menu. Apparently, a Victorian-era girl haunts the restaurant, tapping on the windows, skipping around, and waving at patrons and employees alike when she’s feeling friendly. Park your Orlando Toyota under the I-4 overpass and see what scares you can find (and we recommend the Spicy Mary Burger!).
There are tons of spooky spots to check out right here in our community, so gas up your Orlando Toyota, pack a bag of Halloween candy, and hit the road! For more questions (and a great selection of tricks, treats, and new Toyota specials), call us today at (888) 725-3520!