As the Halloween season continues, there is plenty to be afraid of over in Waldeck.
Once again this year, the Waldeck Golden Agers Hall has transformed into the 'Haunted Hall'.
Helping run this ghoulish attraction is the Co. Chair of the Waldeck Rec Board and Lead Organizer for the Haunted Hall, Heather Bender.
"We've got a pretty exciting haunted house for the public to come through," shared Bender. "It's free admission, although we do take cash donations at the door, which proceeds go back to renovations and supplies for the hall itself."
The Hall features five different scenes to walk through, which they hope will scare the socks off everyone who comes out.
They also have a less scary time frame for younger families and folks not so eager to scream. If a softer, less thrilling experience is the one you want, they run that set up from 6 - 8 p.m. Regular tours are 6 - 11 p.m, with both available on October 28 and 29.
"Just let the person at the door know that maybe you're a little bit nervous about going in," explained Bender. "They can let us know ahead of time, and we can kind of tone it down, but our goal is to scare some people. It is family-friendly and all ages are welcome."
If you would like to inquire about volunteering with the Haunted Hall team, you can email them at email@example.com.
To book a tour in advance, call ((306) 778-0737).