Potter’s House of Horrors ready for another year of scare in Metro Vancouver

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      September has just begun, but local supermarkets are already stocked with Halloween treats, and the shelves at home goods stores are filled with ghoulish décor.

      If you’re a fan of all things creepy, mark your calendars for this upcoming attraction.

      The 17th annual Potter’s House of Horrors (12530 72nd Avenue, Surrey) reopens for the spooky season from October 4 through November 2. For those who want a head start on getting in some scares, two preview nights will be available on September 27 and 28.

      The farm and nursery-turned-Halloween extravaganza will feature two haunted houses this year: Devil’s Descent Haunted House, and the brand new Death Valley Motor Inn. Guests can expect a live-theatre experience paired with a professional “scare crew”, high-tech animatronics, digital sounds, and other things that might send chills down your spine.

      Li’L Haunters will also make a return, which is a kids-only attraction made up of two mini haunted houses. Games like basketball toss, air hockey, and foosball will also be available.

      Besides roaming through spine-tingling residences, other experiences at Potter’s include a scary escape room, haunted photo booth, haunted paintball, and the “Last Ride”—a chance to be tucked inside a coffin and sent to the graveyard.

      If all the sweating and scaring from ghosts and monsters happen to drive up your appetite, check out Creep’s Concession, which will serve up themed snacks like neon cotton candy, popcorn, “haunted” hot dogs, and more.

      Tickets ($9.99 to $29.99) vary depending on schedule and availability, and can be purchased online. For more information, click here.