ETNA (KDKA) — Every year, the folks behind The ScareHouse in Etna manage to give visitors a fright.READ MORE: Holy Cow, Not Again! More Bovines Get Loose In West Virginia
And this year is no exception.
Katie Dudas from The ScareHouse says they’re giving people what they want.
“Customers kept going, ‘Where’s the zombies? Where’s the zombies?’ And this is the 50th anniversary of George Romero’s ‘Night of the Living Dead,’ so of course, we’re going to have zombies,” Dudas said.
So they came up with a whole new area, which that includes a bloody laundry room, called “Pittsburgh Zombies: Re-Animated.”
And they pay attention to every detail.
“You feel like you’re in a laundry room. It’s going to smell like dryer sheets, filled with fog,” Dudas said.READ MORE: Anti-Violence Organizations In Pittsburgh React To New Law Enforcement Initiatives
One fun spot is a floor that slides around like Noah’s Ark at Kennywood.
There’s another section that’s been updated from last year, a museum that collected too many haunted items.
“They put all the artifacts together and they got demons,” Dudas said.
But something called “Nocturnia: 3-D” may be the most mesmerizing, with impressive lights and effects.
The LED tunnel is a show stopper.
“You’d be surprised how many dance parties break out here. They just start dancing!” Dudas said.MORE NEWS: UPMC Doctors Trying To Raise Awareness About Benefits Of Naps For First Responders
Admission opening weekend is $16 online and $20 at the door.