Everhaunt will start the season again on October 6th

ANGOLA, NY (WIVB) – Even though we’re clinging to the last remnants of summer, it’s safe to say that “spooky season” is either here or soon to be.

That’s good news for haunted attractions like the nationally known one Everhaunt haunted house in Angola, which is reportedly opening its doors in less than a month.

“It was never about creating just a bunch of haunted houses,” said founder Kevin Donovan. “It was always about creating a unique, one-of-a-kind Halloween wonderland for the people of Western New York.”

Everhaunt will reopen for the Halloween season on October 6th and will feature:

  • Haunted houses
  • Midway Games
  • Coffin rides
  • Escape rooms
  • Virtual reality rides
  • Photo booth attractions
  • Local horror history show
  • Shop of Horrors

Family-friendly children’s shows and appearances by horror film stars are also part of Everhaunt’s offering this year. The Horror Icon Series features Bob Elmore (Leatherface – The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Part 2)Lisa Wilcox (Alice: A Nightmare on Elm Street 4) and CJ Graham and Ari Lehman, who both played killer Jason Voorhees on the series Friday the 13th Film series.

“We are excited to add the Delaware Creek Pumpkin Spectacular this year
Thousands of hand-carved pumpkins, giant talking figures, photo ops, games and more,” Donovan said. “We also added The Storm, a terrifying simulated storm experience that goes wrong in Delaware Creek.”

In addition, Everhaunt is working with a number of charities again this year, including Shine Bright Little Fright.

When Everhaunt reopens, it will welcome visitors every weekend until Halloween. Then on November 4th they host their Blackout Terror night.

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