VIDEO: Huge crowd attends opening of Nightmare Haunted House

The fundraiser, in Silverdale Hall, supports Mission Food Centre and Christmas Bureau

A crowd of well over 100 people were lined up for the opening of the Nightmare Haunted House at the Silverdale Community Hall (8760 McLean St.) on Saturday night.

The hall was transformed into several scary rooms, including a graveyard, witches’ cauldron, execution room, and children of the corn.

By the end of the night, 276 people attended the haunted house, which organizers say makes it one of the largest crowds ever in a single night.

The haunted house is open Oct. 24-28 from 7-10 p.m. Tickets are $7, or $5 with a non-perishable food item donation.

Proceeds go to Mission Community Services Society’s Food Centre and the Christmas Bureau.

For information, visit missionnightmarehauntedhouse.com

 

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