Rice Lake Haunted Path to raise money for Jayme Closs, tonight

Rice Lake (WQOW) – The Haunted Path, a nonprofit, charitable organization, has been running for 13 years and tonight they are running it with one 13-year-old girl in mind.

Tracey Dreyer, marketing manager and member of the Haunted Path, said, “Tonight, 50 percent of our proceeds will be donated to the Jayme Closs family to aid in the search to bring her home safely.”

The Haunted Path is open every Friday and Saturday night in October from 5-9 p.m. It is located in Rice Lake at the Barron County fairgrounds in a 4000 square foot horse barn.

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