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Terror in Slaughter County
October 31 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Time : 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Admission : $5 + 1 canned food item per person
Thrilling Rooms : From the barbershop of dread to the hidden Room of Desolation, each space is designed to leave you gasping.
Family-Friendly : Our haunted experience is crafted to entertain all age groups, so bring the whole family for a night of fright.
Canned Food Drive : Your admission isn’t just a ticket to terror—it’s a contribution to our local food pantry. Help us scare hunger away!
Photo Booth & More : Capture your terrified faces for free and check out our hot cocoa stand and merchandise corner.
Are you brave enough to uncover the haunting tale that shrouds Slaughter County? Secure your spot now for an unforgettable night of terror and fun.
– No Touching : Do not touch the actors or props. The actors will not touch you either.
– Behavior : Abusive language, threats, or physical violence will not be tolerated and will result in immediate expulsion without refund.
– Age Restrictions : While the event is family-friendly, parental guidance is advised for children under the age of 12.
– Intoxication : No entry will be permitted to those under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
– Photography : No photography or video recording is allowed inside the haunt.
– Food & Beverage : Outside food and beverages are not allowed on the premises.
– Line Jumping : Cutting in line is not permitted; violators may be asked to leave without a refund.
– Running : For your safety, no running is allowed inside the haunted house.
– Weapons : No weapons of any kind are allowed on the premises.
By purchasing a ticket and entering the premises of “Terror In Slaughter County,” attendees voluntarily assume all risks and dangers associated with participation in this event. The ticket holder, including any minors, agree to release the organizers, property owner, and all associated parties from any liability, harm, injury or death, cost or expense whatsoever that may arise directly or indirectly as a result of participation in “Terror In Slaughter County.”