It’s been a while since I posted anything about my SL adventures, mainly since I haven’t had time for much. So I thought now we’re into “Halloween Month” in SL I should start again with a seasonal wander. So I headed to “Pumpkin Town”.
This place has been going since 2010 but I don’t recall ever visiting before, certainly not since I started blogging my explorations.
So the arrival point is as pictured in various places and typical of a SL Halloween location..pumpkins everywhere of course!
then behind you is a little jetty and cabin the water, maybe I’ll come back to that.
Following the pathways take you through a shopping area:
Usually not my favourite aspect of SL Halloween, but I did actually buy something for a change!
Further along I find my kind of Halloween location, the creepy places!
The gateway to creepy town is a bridge over a murky swamp
I stopped to have a nosey in the house before crossing
On the other side of the swamp there’s the first of the spooky buildings to explore
Around the back there’s view across a misty lake
Then I had a look in the back door of a nearby place, seemed full of all kinds of curiosities:
Back out onto the path I pass another spook place
Before coming to the crest of a hill and overlooking this intriguing place:
So I go down and have a bit of an explore..
appears to be an abandoned old folks home? Walking out the patio doors at the end gives me a view of the green house..what are those?
I head back in and walk around til I find the door leading into the greenhouse and open it carefully..
Not wanting to become dinner, I close the doors again and make a hasty exit! As I wander the path some more I come to an inviting sigh..”Haunted House”
I followed the signs to this rather imposing building:
I won’t spoil any more surprises, you’ll have to come and check it out for yourself!
Landing point: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Pixeltrix/18/181/52
Oh..I did go back to the little jetty at the landing point..the boat tied up there is crewed by Skeletons!
Featured on SecondLife Community Blog on 5th October 2020