Halloween Fun in ELA – Funhouse Pictures

Stefania Johnson

What an amazing production at the Funhouse (aka Community Center)!   Four days of scary turns and twists that sent some running out the door even before the end of the tour!

She looks harmless, right?

Brave participants were greeted by The Evil Gypsy Fortune Teller, and then led past the friendly but tortured soul who just wanted new friends she could make look like her or her hollow-eyed doll.  At every corner the scary clowns and mimes warned all to play fairly.  They said they just wanted to be friends, but woe to those who said no, for they would suffer terrible consequences!  All around was evidence of what happened to those who did not please them. Victims were jailed, tortured, beaten, stabbed by the Ring Master.  There was Jack who didn’t stay in his “box” but instead came after visitors with his Chainsaw trying to chop up his the next meal!  Through it all, there was a crazy Jester who would pop up in places that you would never imagine.  The final stop on this terrible tour was the play room, where sadistic clowns were waiting for each group, trying to lock them in, making them beg for mercy before they were released, except for one young soul.   She absolutely never left!  We’ll see next year where she is found…or NOT.

Come play with us!

For four days, many souls braved the tour the torture of this ever- bending tour through the Funhouse.  There were surprised at every turn, some could deal with it and others could not.….Bwahahaha!   Some even fell over their friends while trying to escape, others cried and tried not to blink, fearing if they did, something would pop up right in their face. Still others chose to just push through, hiding their faces in their shirts or behind their friends!   Now that makes for a scary tour indeed!   They were warned that they shouldn’t have been there!

With over 120 men, women and children coming through, this was one of the biggest tours we have

Is this a patron, begging for her life?

had.  It’s all due to the great work and marketing of this amazing Haunted House production.  Many people to thank, but special thank you goes out to Chris Tarvin and Heather Kelly, for their leadership. Thanks also to Community Center Manager, Ryan Culverson, and to the ELA staff who, along with the 20 – 30 volunteers, gave their hard work and dedication to making this a successful event!   YOU ALL ROCK!!!

If you didn’t come through, you missed one of the scariest community haunted houses on the Mountain!  Yes, THE SCARIEST!  See you next year, if you dare as we have something bigger planned!!

leftover parts from those who didn’t make it out.

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Posted on October 28, 2012, in ELA Events, Local Fun and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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