Do you like a good scare? How about a truly haunted tour for this halloween season? The ghouls at Waverly Hills have worked up a special fright night with some very down-to-earth benefits for the WHAS Crusade for Children
Waverly Hills, the former Tuberculosis sanatorium, is “the” fright site of choice for a spooky world of zombies and ghouls. It’s a tour that is scaring up big bucks for the Crusade and giving visitors the chance to shoot zombies…with paintball guns, that is.
Charlie Mattingly of Waverly Hills Haunted House said, “The zombie shoot is a fun, fun thing, where you get to walk back to a netted field and we have zombies running around and you get to shoot ‘em.”
Again that’s with flourescent paintballs. The Waverly Hills Haunted House will be open every Friday and Saturday night through November 2nd. Admission is $20 and part of the proceeds go to the WHAS Crusade for Children.