From Coast Guard to Ghost Guard

Employees from the Haunted Station pose during a previous year. The United States Coast Guard Station Juneau is hosting its annual Halloween event starting Thursday, Oct. 26 and continuing through Oct. 28. (Photo courtesy of United States Coast Guard Station Juneau)

Starting next week, the United States Coast Guard Station Juneau will make its annual transformation into a so-called “Haunted Station.”

The Haunted Station will be open on Oct. 26-28 starting at 7 p.m. each night. Entry is free, but donations of canned foods are accepted. The food will be donated to the Southeast Alaska Food Bank.

Attendees aged 14 and above must present a valid picture ID upon entry, while those 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult. The station is located at 345 Egan Drive, and parking is very limited on site so people are encouraged to park in town.


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