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A drive-through ‘Boo-Thru’

The Historic Village at Lee Wayside in Buckingham County transformed itself Saturday night for some early Halloween tricks. From 7-9 p.m., hundreds of residents and visitors lined up in cars, trucks, mini-vans and SUVs for the village’s annual “Boo-Thru” for a chance to ride past some good, scary fun. The tricks included ghouls, zombies, witches, a headless horseman and boogeymen (and women). Visitors paid $10 for the privilege of driving along the haunted lane, part of the village’s ongoing fundraising efforts.

MARTIN L. CAHN | HERALD The Headless Horseman rode all the way from Sleepy Hollow to ask folks making their way along the Boo-Thru whether they knew where his head had gone. No one seemed to know.

MARTIN L. CAHN | HERALD
The Headless Horseman rode all the way from Sleepy Hollow to ask folks making their way along the Boo-Thru whether they knew where his head had gone. No one seemed to know.

MARTIN L. CAHN | HERALD Sallie Mowbray, Alexis McWilliams and Marie Hill get ready to greet “victims” to the Historic Village at Lee Wayside’s “Boo-Thru” in Buckingham.

MARTIN L. CAHN | HERALD
Sallie Mowbray, Alexis McWilliams and Marie Hill get ready to greet “victims” to the Historic Village at Lee Wayside’s “Boo-Thru” in Buckingham.