Haddonfield is a town located in Livingston County in the state of Illinois. Haddonfield is located 150 miles from Smith's Grove Sanitarium in Warren County. The town gained media attention on October 31, 1990, when a ten-year-old boy named Michael Myers murdered four people: Wesley Rhoades, Ronnie White, Steve Haley, and his older sister Judith. Young Michael was charged and convicted with first-degree murder and sent to Smith's Grove Sanitarium.
17 years later on October 31, 2007, Michael returned to Haddonfield in search of his baby sister Angel Myers who was now known as Laurie Strode. He murdered seven citizens in his search for her but once he did finally catch her, his doctor Samuel Loomis arrived in time to aid her in stopping Michael. Michael was shot in the face by his sister but still survived. Michael was supposed to be taken away by the coroners but a car crash killed one of the men and Michael awoke, escaped, and killed the passenger.
On October 31, 2008, Michael decided to once again to find his sister, fourteen people were murdered in his search for her, including the sheriff's daughter Annie Brackett and Samuel Loomis. Once Michael had caught his sister, he was killed. As for Laurie, she had been sent to a mental asylum.
Places of interest
- Haddonfield High School
- Haddonfield Elementary School
- Haddonfield General Hospital
- Rabbit in Red Lounge
- Nichol's Hardware Store
- 15 Cherrywood Road
- Mya Rockwell's home
- Uncle Meat's Java Hole
Notes and trivia
- Haddonfield is named for Haddonfield, New Jersey, birthplace of Halloween 1978 producer and screenwriter Debra Hill.