A long-running showcase of haunted houses in Surrey is back to provide chilling thrills this month.
Previously known as Potter’s Haunted Houses, it has been on hiatus due to the pandemic. However, it is now back with improvements and new safety rules.
Rebranded as Cougar Creek’s House of Horrors, this popular attraction on 72nd Avenue in Newton, Surrey reopened on October 1, 2021.
After having to shut down last year, the crew worked extremely hard to bring back the event. Complying with health orders, and working with their crew of four, they have brought back these beloved Surrey haunted houses just in time. The attraction promises to be the scariest houses seen.
The new owners Chris Pershick and Scott Pasternak purchased the business in September, after 6 months of negotiations. They have previously worked at Potters for many years and ran the haunted houses for 20+ years.
They state that the rebranding to Cougar Creek’s House of Horrors “kind of fits, with the creek near here, and it fits pretty well with the haunt too,” says Pershick.
The House of Horrors has been a well-known thrilling attraction for decades. There is a maze of hallways, spooky actors, and two haunted houses.
Masks and vaccine passports will be mandatory and tickets are being sold online only. Partial proceeds from every ticket will go to the Surrey Food Bank.
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Cougar Creek House of Horrors
Location: Cougar Creek House of Horrors - 12530 72nd Avenue, Surrey
Admission: Range from $25-$50 depending on the day
Time: 7 PM - 9 PM
Date: Friday October 1st, 2021 - Sunday October 31st, 2021