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A look inside Paintball Arkansas Zombie Hunt

A look inside Paintball Arkansas Zombie Hunt

CONWAY, Ark. (KTHV) – Out on the outskirts of Conway, contagion has spread, the dead are walking, and the only safe house left in the country has been compromised. Through the emergency exit, you’re left with no choice but to jump on a ride through the woods with nothing but the weapons you’re given and your own fear.

Paintball Arkansas Zombie Hunt has opened for its second year and offers a frightful ride on the Zombie Annihilation Vehicle, 100 rounds of glow-in-the-dark ammo, and a tour through a labyrinth of horrors. The 25 to 30 minute tour is $25 per person and includes all of the above plus sideshow acts by PaulPrater.com.

Thursday was opening night and tours run to Nov. 8 on Thursdays through Saturdays. Gates open at 7 p.m.

10 more unsolved Arkansas mysteries

10 more unsolved Arkansas mysteries

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - We've shared with you10 unexplained mysteries of Arkansas, but don't think it stops there. Thank you to Brandon Howard with Highlands Today for the story.

10. Fire in the sky

'Paws in Prison'

'Paws in Prison'

Carrie Kessler, Paws in Prison trainer, with her dog, Toby, discusses training tips with the inmates of the Hawkins Center for Women at Wrightsville.

The women will train dogs rescued from animal shelters and make them more obedient, adoptable pets.

The program kicked off Tuesday at Hawkins. Inmates from Randall Williams Correctional Facility in Pine Bluff, the Maximum Security Unit at Tucker and Ouachita River Correctional Unit at Malvern received dogs for their programs last week.

PIP receives no state dollars and is supported solely by contributions. For more information, visit the Paws in Prison link on ADC's website: adc.arkansas.gov