Haunted Houses In Lake Area For Halloween
Halloween is here and there are several Haunted Houses this year in Southwest Louisiana. Here are just a few I wanted to share with you scare junkies!
USS ORLECK HAUNTED HOUSE
The USS ORLECK Naval Museum is taking Halloween to a whole new level haunting the naval ship. For all you adventurers or people who love to be scared, this might be right up your alley.
The USS Orleck is offering folks to not only experience the ship but do it in a scary way. Are you ready?
1st Annual Halloween Haunted Ship featuring the BLUDD SHEDD Crew!
The Halloween Haunted ship will be open for tours from October 21st – 31st, 2011.
Hours of Operation:
Friday & Saturday Nights: 6:00pm – 12:00pm or until…
Sunday – Thursdays: 6:00pm – 10:00pm or until…
October 31st (Halloween): 6:00pm – 12:00pm or until the last Victim Leaves!!!!
Cost: $12 per person (Sorry, no discounts for young children, minimum age for entrance is 10 years old.)
Group Rate: $10 per person for groups of 15 or more
VIP Fast Pass: $20 per person – Skip the Long Line and Move to the Front!
(Group Rates not Available for VIP Fast Pass)
So are you ready to be scared? You might want to make this one of your stops during Halloween.
CALCASIEU PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE HAUNTED HOUSE AND TRICK OR TREAT
The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office will be hosting the annual “Haunted House” and “Trunk-A-Treat” on Monday, October 31st. This is a chance to take the whole family out for some scary fun for Halloween complete with a haunted house.
CPSO Youth/D.A.R.E. Divisions will host the Trunk-A-Treat from 5:00- 8:00 p.m. outside next to the Administration Building at 5400 E. Broad Street.
CPSO Correctional Center will host the “Haunted House” in the administrative area of the CCC which is directly behind the CPSO Administration Building, from 6:00 – 9:30 p.m.
Children 7 years and under are discouraged from attending the “Haunted House” due to the daunting nature of the event.
These events are open to the public free of charge.
Source: Kim Myers CPSO
Happy Halloween everyone. Be safe but have some fun!!!!
CENTRAL SCHOOL HAUNTED HOUSE
The Ghouls and Goblins are coming soon. Halloween is just around the corner and here is some info for haunted house tour for Halloween. The Arts and Humanities Center is transforming the old Central School (Which by the way is spooky already) into a big haunted house on Sunday October 30th.
Want to know more? Well here ya go!!!
The Arts & Humanities Center has sent this out for us to share with you folks!!
Friends of Central School invites you to experience another side of local history by bringing the family to the Central School Arts and Humanities Center on Sunday, October 30th, for an evening of ghost stories, haunted history tours, and spooky kids’ activities in the rooms and corridors of the nearly 100 year old City of Lake Charles historic building. From 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., the Central School will transform into a family-friendly haunted house with an array of activities and performances for all ages and a bonfire in the parking lot at 7:30 p.m.
Upon entering Central School, visitors will be guided by elevator operators who will take small groups throughout the third floor’s haunted house. Creepy characters from Medusa and evil witches to mad scientists and Igor will lurk around every corner. While stocking up on their favorite candy, children can get their faces painted, then visit the Central School Theater to meet spooky clowns, enchanting magicians, and balloon animal makers. Afterwards, families can gather around an open bonfire for chilling ghost stories and even more surprises. Come dressed up in your Halloween best and join the fun!
While there is no admission into the Central School Haunted House, donations to the Friends of Central School are welcome. The Friends group will be selling commemorative bricks and Christmas ornaments (celebrating the historic building’s centennial anniversary) at the event to help fund and support improvement projects at Central School Arts and Humanities Center. For more information or to volunteer in the haunted house, contact the Arts Council at (337) 439-2787.
So get your costumes ready and get ready for some good ole fashion scary fun!!!!
So there are 3 spooktacular places to go.