Fear is the secret to happy marriages, lasting friendships, and the final ingredient in numerous madman-created serums. Inject a healthy dose of fear into your life with today's Groupon to the Warehouse of Terrors in Milton. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get two tickets to the haunted house (a $40 value).
- For $37, you get four tickets to the haunted house (an $80 value).
The Warehouse of Terrors celebrates its inaugural scare season, starting October 1 and going through October 31, with a one-way journey into the depths of an abandoned warehouse, shepherding poor souls ages 13 and older on blood-curdling 25-minute voyages that populate a calendar of Friday and Saturday evenings and the Sunday and Monday of Halloween. Housed 20 miles outside Wichita in the old Suppesville Furniture building, the warehouse opens its doors as ghouls and goblins slip in and out of the shadows, spliced by thin tendrils of fog and firm flutters of flashing light. Intrepid scouts who venture past the entryway may stumble upon a butcher's room, where the resident knife-wielder performs shocking acts of yearbook collage-making. Thrill-seekers who survive the warehouse are rewarded with an adrenaline-tinged sense of accomplishment and a surefire method for getting attractive ghostbusters' phone numbers.
Warehouse of Terrors
Once the location of an unassuming furniture store, the Warehouse of Terrors now crawls with otherworldly denizens whose only interest in carpentry extends to their victims’ coffins. Over the course of 20–25 grisly minutes, interlopers navigate mazes built from derelict pallets and wend their way through vignettes populated by ghastly mannequins. Zombies, specters, and clowns lie in wait in the dark rooms, between which lie claustrophobic hallways, uneven walkways, and exit signs that point only downward.