On Friday, Angel and I visited the haunted house that Burns Middle School put together for their annual Fall Festival. And we decided to round up a few students that were terrified to go in and brave it with them. And, of course, we let the cameras roll! There were scares, screams and some truly AWFUL clowns! LOL! Check it out.
I don't know whether this is just insanely clever marketing or if it's just insane. But there's a haunted attraction in San Diego, California that many believe is the most extreme haunted house in the nation. It's so extreme that the average tour lasts from 4 to 8 hours. And it looks like every single minute is absolutely terrifying. Watch these videos and decide. Would you do this?
The Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville, Kentucky was used for over fifty years to quarantine tuberculosis patients, most of which met their brutal demise inside the hospital. It was shut down in 1961, after a successful antibiotic against TB was discovered, but reopened again in 1962 and used as a geriatric facility until sometime in 1980.
The spooky month of October is here! You see hay bales, smoke machines, pumpkins, orange lights, inflatables and of course stuffed scary monsters set-up in peoples yards as they get ready for the trick-or-treaters on October 31st! Last year I took my van around neighborhoods as my kids went trick-or-treating and played Halloween music from speakers I put on top of my van. Everyone enjoyed it, may
This week, I've been giving away tickets to the Old Courthouse Catacombs and the House of Lecter in Evansville. And it made me start thinking about past haunted house experiences. I have visited many but, sad to say, most of them were not memorable. Three, however, stand out in my mind--and not necessarily because they were scary. Oh, that had a lot to do with it, but other factors were involved.