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Mike Prentice - Winsor Meadows
Terry Bell - Fairways NW
Mike Parker - The Villas
Chance Rutledge - Summit Fairways
Sherri Darveaux - The Greens
Kim Wright - Eagle's Nest
Mike Polsky - The Heights
Annual "Child Friendly" Haunted House
This is not an HOA sponsored event, it is hosted by a resident within the community.
9404 Hunter Chase Drive within WestRidge
Friday (21st and 28th) 6 PM-8:30 PM
Saturday(22nd and 29th) 6 PM-8:30 PM
Sunday (23rd and 30th) 6 PM-7:30 PM
Halloween night (Monday 31st) 6 PM-8:30 PM
The haunted house is designed for children 12 and under, but everyone is welcome. It gives children a mildly scary and safe Halloween experience. There is NO excessive blood and gore. NO ONE will chase or jump out at the children. If needed I can turn on bright lights within the haunted house and turn off the scary music if children become too scared.
Actually the haunted house is a maze built within the home to take trick-or-treaters on a journey to the haunted graveyard. It consists of static displays, scary music and a few flashing lights to add to the atmosphere.
I ask parents to accompany their children through the haunted house to quell any of their children’s fears. It is best to experience the haunted house prior to Halloween night for shorter wait times and longer linger times.
The Haunted House Maze
The trick-or-treaters begin their journey visiting the witch’s house. Afterwards, they travel down a hallway of cobwebs and spiders to reach an area plagued with bats, crawling with rats and occupied with two skeleton filled coffins. The alligator infested swamp with its large snake and dragonflies is their next encounter. Turning the corner they pass through a skull doorway where the grim reaper and a wall of souls greet them. Ducking under the reaper’s staff and through a doorway, they are now face-to-face with a large pumpkin monster guarding his pumpkin patch. There is a glowing jack-o-lantern wall marking the entrance to the eerie and ghostly graveyard dominated by a large scary tree. The tree appears to be munching on its latest skeleton victim as a witch waves from its branches to the trick-or-treaters below. Looking more closely, the many victim skeleton skulls and bones are encrusted within the tree’s bark. On the side of the tree is a glowing red heart within a protruding ribcage. The journey draws to a close after pushing aside the large cobweb to exit the graveyard. Remember to get a treat for surviving the harrowing journey.
: One strobe light is used and all materials were stored in the garage (possible minuscule amounts of mold could be present); therefore, be advised in case your child could have any adverse reaction to either of these items.
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