Haunted Hills Hospital frights up October nights

Molly Arroyo

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Photo by: David Manier Actor, David Manier, before a night of work at Haunted Hills

Photo by: David Manier
Actor, David Manier, before a night of work at Haunted Hills

Photo by: Brittany Siver Attender of Haunted Hills,Amber Edwards, wearing the giant, scary baby mask that one of the actors was making people wear after he scared them

Photo by: Brittany Siver
Attender of Haunted Hills,Amber Edwards, wearing the giant, scary baby mask that one of the actors was making people wear after he scared them

By: Brittany Siver

Haunted Hills Hospital is an October event held in Portage, Indiana. The hospital is made up of various rooms, each with a different theme, and some even outdoors in a wood-type area. Prices of this haunt are $8 for regular price, $13 to skip in line, and $20 to skip in line get a Haunted Hills T-Shirt and additional merchandise. A portion of all proceeds benefit charity organizations such as St. Jude.

Additional information can be found on the Haunted Hills Hospital Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/hauntedhillshospital/

After visiting and experiencing Haunted Hills on Friday, October 23rd, I can say that it is a night of pure horror and pant-wetting fun. The actors were all in character and frightening from bloody head to nasty toe in their costumes. The house itself only took about 20 minutes to go through, but the waiting line is still a blast. There are actors walking and running and limping around scaring you when you least expect it. You could be having a sweet conversation with your friends, or be admiring the creepy scenery of the haunt, when they come out of what seems to be nowhere and scare your socks right off.

Haunted Hills is having a one night only event on November 1st called Blackout. It will be a lights out event where you and your group travel through the rooms with nothing but a glow stick.

“Your senses will be tested, your boundaries will be pushed, your personal space will become nonexistent,” said  the Haunted Hills Event page.

Presale tickets will be available for $8 on regular haunt nights, and $10 the night of. This event is for people of the ages 18 and older, or 16 with an adult.

Overall my experience of a regular fright night at Haunted Hills was a night that I will never forget.

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Haunted Hills Hospital frights up October nights