PITTSBURGH, Aug. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The ScareHouse(R) haunted attraction is an elaborate and high-tech production utilizing digital technology and Hollywood-quality props and prosthetics. "Pittsburgh's Ultimate Haunt" will thrill local fright fans Thursdays through Sundays starting at 7pm, from September 28th to October 28th. "This is the most elaborate haunted attraction we have ever created," says Scott Simmons, Executive Producer of The ScareHouse(R). "Our artists and designers started sketching and sculpting new designs for our sets and creatures in March. We've approached this production with the same attention to detail and production that you would expect for a feature film." A team of talented carpenters, craftsmen, set designers, and make-up artists have spent over six months turning the former Etna Elks Lodge into a gruesome gallery of monsters, mutants, and mayhem. Many of the effects and frightening creatures were made by professional special effects artists, technical engineers, and costume designers with experience in multiple film, television, and theatrical productions. "Everyone working on the project has fallen in love with our location," says Simmons. "To be able to create a haunted attraction inside such a historic building, particularly one that holds so many memories for families all across Pittsburgh, has been truly phenomenal." Dating back to the early 1920's, the building at 118 Locust Street has been known as a theater, a social hall, and the Etna Elks Lodge. Generations of local families have made memories inside this atmospheric structure, and the creepy characters inside The ScareHouse(R) are hoping that many of them return this October. "This is really a unique combination of history and high-tech," says Simmons. "Local haunt fans are going to see some things that they will never forget." About The ScareHouse: The ScareHouse presents two all-new haunted houses, The Hall of Nightmares and Screamatorium, for just $13. Doors open at 7pm Thursdays through Sundays, September 28th to October 28th. Directions and other information can be found at www.scarehouse.com, or by calling 412-781-5885. The ScareHouse is located at 118 Locust Street, Etna Pa 15223. The ScareHouse may be too intense for children under the age of 13. Parental discretion is advised.
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