Nightmare’s Haunted House bringing the scares for Halloween
LAUREL, Del. – Halloween is just around the corner, and Nightmare’s Haunted House in Laurel is ready and waiting.
The attraction kept their doors open last Halloween season during the pandemic, but owner Gary Reed tells us this year, they’re even scarier. There’s jump scares, alarms, fog machines, and of course live actors all there to terrify you as you walk through.
Gary says if you’ve been to the house before and think you know what to expect this year, think again.
“Every year we try to change up a little bit, so we have a lot of repeat customers that love us, they know our name, they know where we’re at, so adding new things so that way they’re not expecting it is so great,” he said.
The screams are for a good cause, too. Gary tells us some of the proceeds will go to local fire departments, the Food Bank, and The Boys and Girls Club.
Good Morning Delmarva’s Deana Harley and Meteorologist Sloane Haines got to get a behind the scenes look at the haunted house, you can see their scares and screams on Friday morning during Good Morning Delmarva.