What You'll Get
Ghosts roam the earth to complete unfinished tasks, such as making peace with a loved one or picking up the dry cleaning. Witness the errands of the undead with today's Groupon: for $30, you get a haunted-house outing for two at Haunted Angelus House in Hudson (a $60 value). Haunted Angelus House's doors are open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in October. The outing includes:
- Two unlimited haunted-house passes (a $50 value), which give guests access to the following:
- Main haunted house (wheelchair accessible)
- Pirate haunt
- Haunted cemetery
- Halloween balloon trail
- Haunted trail
- Two sodas (a $2 value)
- Four hot dogs (a $8 value)
Guests descend upon almost 25 acres of grisly haunted sites and spooky activities at Haunted Angelus House. Guests intrepidly tiptoe through the main haunted house, creeping past ghostly fiends and maniacal clowns lurking throughout, waiting to terrify guests with ghastly moans or their credit reports. Aboard the eerie 40-foot pirate ship, visitors 13 and older encounter spirits from the briny deep and witness gruesome mock hangings, and guests of all ages cling to one another as they explore the haunted cemetery, in which evil spirits and lost, terrified mailmen hide behind ancient headstones. Between daring ventures through the haunted trail, exhausted nerves are fueled by hot dogs and sodas, and gain their bearings amid less-scary distractions such as the hayride and the Halloween balloon trail.
Committed to serving its community, Haunted Angelus House benefits The Angelus, a local cerebral-palsy group home.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Haunted Angelus House
When youngsters from a nearby school for disabled children visited his old Halloween store in Indianapolis, Don Surenkamp happily walked and wheeled them through the aisles and explained the holiday's traditions. After he relocated to Florida, Don remember those children and created a handicap-accessible haunted house whose proceeds support The Angelus, a group home for cerebral palsy, reports the Tampa Bay Times. What began with a dozen spooky rooms now lures intrepid guests with 25 rooms occupied by skeletons and demons. Spines continue tingling on a haunted hayride down a 1-mile haunted trail and through the outdoor pirated-themed haunt, which includes a spooky 40-foot pirate ship. Don lets the fainter hearted pass through until 8 p.m. with glow sticks in hand to keep away scary monsters, pirates, and photocopies of failed spelling quizzes.