Award Winning Local Haunted House Retires After 20+ yrs of Scares
Award-winning haunted house Stonewell Haunts will be closing its coffin and retiring after thrilling ghouls and goblins alike for over 20 years. Their finale event will be held at 82 Steele Ave in Gloversville, NY this weekend, October 28th and 29th from 6-10pm. Donations will be accepted for entry and are strongly encouraged as all proceeds are going toward cancer treatment for Stonewell Haunt's Main Haunt Master. A plethora of raffle baskets will also be raffled off during the event, so you know they're going to be delivering on both tricks and treats!
Located directly across from the Prospect Hill Cemetery, this house has had reports of odd things happening since the 1990's when owner Lucy VanDyke first moved in. For generations now, VanDyke and her brother Len Aldous having been working together with family to put on devilishly scary events at the allegedly haunted home. Here, you will learn the history of the Stonewells, participate in a creepy maze, and take part in a séance if you dare! The haunted attraction includes two small houses and a graveyard, lasting around 30 minutes. What sets this haunted house apart from all the rest is the subtle supernatural occurrences that will happen over the course of the night (Patricia Older, The Leader Herald).
According to the New York Haunted Houses website, Stonewell Haunts is,
A family haunt like you have never seen. Said to be the scariest in the country by many. - NewYorkHauntedHouses.com
This haunted house is apparently so scary, they once did a kid-friendly weekend so children could actually attend the event without wetting themselves! Will you manage to make it out unscathed?
RSVP to the Facebook event here!