Hasan Shriners and Darton College are opening their Haunted House Friday Night.
Press Release Below
Halloween soon approaches and the Hasan Shriners and Darton College have been busy getting ready for the House of Horrors haunted house.
Entering its 2nd year, the House of Horrors will be in the old Office Max building behind The Albany Mall (1016 N. Westover Blvd, Albany, GA 31707) on October 14th - 15th, October 21st - 22nd, and October 27th - 29th.
We will be offering up scares and frights every night from 7:00 PM to 11 PM.
As it was last year, admission will be $7 per person and Darton College students who show their student IDs will have free admission.
"With new and unique designs and scares, all who enter this truly frightful attraction will experience a new dimension of horror," says Hasan Shriners Potentate/CEO, Wesley Pantone.
Pantone also notes that this year, the House of Horrors main goal will be to attack every possible fear and to exploit as many senses as possible.
"We will scare you from all angles and you will not be safe from horrors even if you are standing in the middle of your group."
We are excited to be continuing this spine-chilling tradition and look forward to the upcoming Halloween season!
About the Hasan Shriners
The Hasan Shriners are a chapter of Shriners International and has been operating in Albany since 1951. Shriners are a brotherhood of men committed to family, engaged in ongoing personal growth, and dedicated to providing care for children and families in need. Our backgrounds and interests are diverse, but we are bound together by our shared values and a desire to have fun, do good and build relationships that can last a lifetime. We at Hasan Shrine are the guys participating in colorful parades, driving those funny cars, clowning and wearing distinctive Red Fez's, but helping kids is what we are really all about. For with our Caring Hearts, we provide the funding for those Helping Hands that mend a child's body, so they can have a better quality of life. More information on the Hasan Shriners can be found on at http://www.hasanshrine.org.