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Sammy Terry Takes to the Stage in Terre Haute

The Indiana Theater was filled with fans of Hoosier horror legend Sammy Terry, who once hosted a scary children's TV series. Mayor Duke Bennett was also on hand to declare October 31 "Sammy Terry Day" in Terre Haute. All of the money raised from the show will support the Voorhees Skate Park improvements.
Dozens gathered on Saturday night to see a TV legend - and help support a good cause.

The Indiana Theater was filled with fans of Hoosier horror legend Sammy Terry, who once hosted a scary children's TV series.

Kids got to take part in a costume contest, and even a "ghoulish salad" prep.

Mayor Duke Bennett was also on hand to declare October 31 "Sammy Terry Day" in Terre Haute.

All of the money raised from the show will support the Voorhees Skate Park improvements.

And organizers say while it's a lot of fun, it's also pretty special to have Sammy Terry in town, especially this time of year.
 
"Having been a Hoosier since age five I grew up with Sammy Terry, he scared me for many years as he has many other people around Indiana.
So to have him here is not only an honor but Spooktacular as he might say," said organizer Gail Phillips.

Sammy Terry will tape his annual Halloween show from inside the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, and will host the horror classic "Night of the Living Dead" at 10 p.m. Halloween night.
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