Sept. 10-Nov. 6/GUTHRIE – 30,000 square feet of pure scare is in store for guests this season when they visit the Guthrie Haunts Scaregrounds
. A huge outdoor midway scaregrounds will entertain you while you wait to enter the bone-chilling haunted house. It is best described as a “scare carnival,” according to owner and founder John Pagonis. This year patrons will experience ax-throwing shows, a fire spinner, belly dancers, a great magician and a mechanical bull among other attractions. Be sure not to miss the Grind Show where the artist can actually lay down on a bed of nails without being hurt.
Once you are inside the house, expect a half-mile-long tour. Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes. The tour lasts approximately 30 minutes. With at least 30 actors participating. Open Fridays and Saturdays from 7 – 11 p.m. Tickets for general admission are $20. An upgrade to a touch pass for an additional $10 is available if you are brave enough. >MORE