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Friday October 17th, 2014

Posted at 10:44am

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There’s a haunted house in Downtown Windsor again this year and organizers are emphasizing that it’s more towards a family friendly experience than an ultra-realistic, terrorizing haunt.

Windsor Haunted House takes place at the former Scarehouse location on Pelissier and is under new management.

Scarehouse moved to Tecumseh Mall this year.

Set designer Paul Momney, who has been building haunted houses and props for six years, says the focus is on a less terrifying experience that appeals to younger audiences.

Momney put together a cast and crew of local talent from the University of Windsor, sets were built at the St. Clair College fabrication shop, sound and lighting effects were designed by John Balch, costumes were created by the Raindance Windsor-Detroit centre and collaborators include many volunteers, Raindance actors and local musicians.

The haunted house runs from 7pm to midnight on October 17th, 18th, and every night from October 24th until November 1st.

Tickets are $10 and the entrance is at 716 Pelissier Street.

For more information, visit their website.

The entrance off Pelissier as seen in Google Street View

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