BRILLIANT, OH(WTRF)-Just in time for all things spooky and creepy, the Wells Township Haunted House is only days away from creaking its doors back open.
At first, the Wells Township Haunted House looks like any other haunted house you picture, but word on the street is: it’s not!
“If you been here before, you know ‘expect the unexpected’. “Sean Norman, president and director of Wells Township Haunted House
Even the untold story behind the house is enough for a good spook.
Built in the 19th century, this house is said to be haunted. A while back, it’s store bodies of soldiers killed in the Civil War, and all these years later, it’s one of the top attractions around here: A promise Sean Norman, who’s behind it all, intends to keep.
“We know what people expect from us, and there’s a reason why we are award-winning and nationally recognized because of what we’ve done in the past, and what we’re going to do this year.”Sean Norman, president and director of Wells Township Haunted House
It’s the haunted house’s 18th season: Still known for its interaction element, still packed with a couple dozens of rooms, each with its own theme, and it all keeps you on the edge of your seat the moment you step inside.
“Then you go around to the front of the house and all of a sudden your whole mindset changes. You know you’re about to go into what is known as the Wells Township Haunted House, and everything about it changes. It’s no longer a rock concert atmosphere. It’s in a moment.”Sean Norman, president and director of Wells Township Haunted House
You also don’t go in alone, like most haunted houses, but with the tour guide who takes you through the scenes that come to life along the way.
“You actually stop and watch a scene develop.”Sean Norman, president and director of Wells Township Haunted House
And if it holds true to what’s been done in the past, you’re in for a good scare.
“You got to come check out the Wells Township Haunted House. If you’ve not done it, you’ve heard about it. That’s for sure. Come on and check us out. You’ll get scared. You’re going to have fun with live bands and bonfires, it’s just a great time.”Sean Norman, president and director of Wells Township Haunted House
Behind all the work that brings this to life is a couple hundred volunteers, and a lot of what’s raise gives back to the community through Little Leagues. scholarships, and fundraisers.
If you’d like to experience all things spooky and creepy for yourself, the haunted house creaks open it’s doors at 7 pm this Friday. It’s open every weekend until the first of November.
It cost $14 to go in.