The 2019 haunted house season is months away but organizers of the Terror on Washington Street Haunted House are hoping to bring new ideas to this year's guests.
Executive Director of the Clinton Chamber of Commerce, Marian Brisard Friday morning told Regional Radio News on the WHOW Morning Show their recent visit to the Haunted House Convention in St. Louis left them with ideas they are hoping to bring to Clinton this year.
According to Brisard, the Terror on Washington Street Haunted House organizers are hoping to bring some virtual reality entertainment to this year's guests. Additionally, she would like to introduce an escape room for guests while they wait.
The Terror on Washington Street Haunted House will open the second weekend of October, October 11 and 12 and run until October 31-November 2.
Get more information by finding the Terror on Washington Street Haunted House Facebook Page or visit clintonhauntedhouse.com.