Haunted house tickets go on sale

Advance tickets for this year’s Zed Haunted House go on sale Wednesday. Lost Souls: The Darkness Holds Secrets That Time Forgot, is the 22nd annual Boys and Girls Clubs of Red Deer and District haunted house.

Jordan Walker gets up close and personal with an unfortunate victim in the Red Deer Boys and Girls Club Haunted House: open through Halloween at 6603 67th St.

Advance tickets for this year’s Zed Haunted House go on sale Wednesday.

Lost Souls: The Darkness Holds Secrets That Time Forgot, is the 22nd annual Boys and Girls Clubs of Red Deer and District haunted house.

Complete with live actors and animatronics, it runs from Oct. 19 to 31 from 6 to 10 p.m.

The Friday, Oct. 26, Midnight Madness will run from midnight to 2 a.m. Saturday and Sunday matinees run from 1 to 4 p.m.

This year’s event is at 7710 50th Ave. (Lions Plaza) on the north end of Red Deer, beside Totem.

General admission for all ages is $10, with a reserved fast pass ticket to avoid lineups costing $12. Child-friendly weekend matinees are $8 per person. Passes for groups of 10 or more are $8 per person.

Tickets are available at Albert’s Restaurant in Co-op Plaza. Group passes are available by contacting the Boys and Girls Clubs at 403-342-6500.

For more information on special events, go online to www.zedhauntedhouse.com.

The Boys and Girls Clubs, which runs programs for children ages seven to 17, hopes to raise $80,000 from this year’s haunted house.

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