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October 28, 2009 > Haunted house is hungry

Haunted house is hungry

By Dustin Findley

This Halloween go to the haunted house on Grand Teton Drive for the most frightening night for a good cause.

The outside of the house is decorated with things grotesque and cute... for the kids.

What was a garage will be transformed into macabre maze with only one way through it. You enter through a makeshift doorframe into a dark and harrowing hallway, so narrow that you will have to walk through it one person at a time, facing who knows what around every corner.

There will be strobe lights, black lights, cauldrons, coffins, and creatures which may include witches and inhuman children who will jump out and grab you. They will only let you go if you scream.

Make your through as strange material hanging from above brushes up against you in the dark. Some will feel like spider webs.

"They actually scream pretty much most of the time" said Carla Kearin, who willingly lives in the house all year long.

Donate canned food and non-perishable food to experience the haunted house on Grand Teton. This year the house demands two full barrels of donations for the Milpitas Food Pantry.

Haunted House
Saturday, October 31
6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
1948 Grand Teton Dr., Milpitas

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