The Haunt in Atascadero wants to make your Valentine's Day one to remember.
The volunteer group is best known for their Halloween-time haunted houses, but this year they decided to try their hand at a Valentine's Day-themed scare.
Co-owner and founder of The Haunt, Chris Towers, told KSBY, "[t]here's a huge group of us that come together to put on a haunted house every year and we get really depressed after Halloween because there's nothing to do. We decided to pick another holiday and in talking to some of our friends, Valentine's Day seemed to be the place to go, so we took what you'd expect to see on Valentine's Day and twisted it and made it a little more fun and give something for everyone to do on Valentine's Day besides going to dinner and a movie."
You can experience this haunted house for the next three weekends on Friday and Saturday nights from 7-10 p.m. and on Valentine's Day.
Tickets will be sold for $10 each, or $18 for two.
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