Get ready to scream and cower in fear: Potters House of Horrors has reopened for the Halloween season.
There are two terrifying haunted houses to choose from: “Monstrosity”, a brand new house for 2016 that plays on your fears of creatures lurking in the dark, and “The Swampin’ Slaughterhouse,” a Louisiana-style mansion full of psychopaths and hillbillies.
New for 2016, there are two kids-only houses for children aged 12 and under. Called “Lil’s Haunters,” these houses won’t be overly dark, won’t have loud noises, and there will be no animatronics or actors – perfect for the little ones.
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The haunted houses in Surrey opened on October 1 and are open weekends until after Thanksgiving, when they’ll be open every day until Halloween.
A “chicken counter” lets patrons know who wasn’t brave enough to go the full way through the frightening houses – last year, that counter racked up nearly 380 chickens.
Tickets need to be purchased for specific dates in advance and start at $10.
Think you’ve got what it takes to make it through one of the haunted houses at Potters House of Horrors, or are you one of hundreds of chickens?
Where: 12530 72nd Avenue, Surrey
When: Open now until October 31. Lil’ Haunters is from 4 to 7 pm, all-ages family hour is from 4 to 6:30 pm, and the regular ultra-scary show is from 7 to 10 pm.
Cost: Starts at $10 for tickets. Click here to purchase.