It's dubbed "Creepy Christmas" and will be open at the Pittsburgh Mills from Feb. 12-14.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

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The Scarehouse, a favorite local haunted attraction at Halloween, is opening for Valentine’s Day weekend.

It’s dubbed “Creepy Christmas” and will be open at the Pittsburgh Mills from Feb. 12-14.

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It couldn’t host the event in December, so it’s opening next month instead.

Groups are limited to six people and there are COVID-19 protocols and precautions in place.

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