High Country Association of REALTORS News

Things to do on a weekend - Start scaring the mess out of your kids

Tis the season for vampires, zombies and clowns, oh my!

The chills and spills of the High Country Halloween season gets started in a big way Friday, as a creepy old high school in Ashe County becomes .... again ....

the Lansing .....

Haunted .....



Lansing Haunted House“We think we’ve got a little something for everybody,” said the Haunted House’s Lead Designer Steve Farrington. “We’ve got some of the same things people loved last year, with a lot of new scares added.”

Severed heads, ghosts and ghouls of all descriptions, and a life-sized Frankenstein await thrill-seekers, as well as the spinning room that was such a hit in 2010. Farrington’s mum, though, about the new additions that will greet, or jump-out, at this year’s house goers.

“We had a lot of fun trying out new things for the crowd last year,” said Farrington. “We’ve definitely got some new things in store for this year.”

If it's anywhere near as creepy as its website, the house will give anyone a night of their dreams ... bad dreams. Or maybe not. This doesn't sound too scary.

The doors open September 30th at 7:00pm. Enter if you dare! You are in for many, many surprises and scares. Hot dogs and drinks will be sold by the American Legion on site.

It can't be too scary if it's on Facebook, can it? CAN IT???