Warner Robins Haunted House Donates to the Special Olympics
WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)- Get ready to get scared and get into the Halloween spirit!
The Warner Robins Police Department is hosting its haunted house to raise money for Special Olympics.
“I feel great about it, I want to raise money for all the kids, and just to make them feel better,” volunteer John Wagner said.
If you dare to enter the old Warner Robins Police Department you’re sure to see some scary sights.
Throughout the house legendary villains will pop out such as Freddy Kruger and Jason.
Different rooms give themes of Halloween such as a toy dolls, priest and ghost room.
The old Warner Robins Police Station is at 800 Young Young Avenue, behind Warner Robins City Hall.
Fun starts Thursday between 7pm-11pm and runs the next two weekends with the last night on November 1st.
Presale tickets are eight dollars or you can buy them at the door for 10.
Donations are also accepted.