Haunted house to recreate Chattanooga’s most disturbing events of 2014

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Haunted House (Used under the CC-BY-2.0 license. Source: flic.kr/p/58aGu)
Haunted House (Used under the CC-BY-2.0 license. Source: flic.kr/p/58aGu)

A new haunted house located in Chattanooga, to be completed in time for Halloween, will feature rooms that recreate various disturbing events from the news that have happened in the region this year.

While locals have an assortment of haunted houses in the metropolitan Chattanooga area from which to choose, including Ruby Falls Haunted Cavern, The Haunted Barn, Blowing Screams Farm and The Haunted Hilltop Home, this new haunted house will stand apart by using terrifying true stories and real characters, rather than fictional spooks and monsters.

“This has been a troubling year for southeast Tennessee, with a multitude of horrible events, including drownings and murders, a kitten in Cleveland being set on fire, twin brothers in Hixson who decomposed undiscovered for years sitting in recliners, and the elderly runner who was sexually assaulted by a teen,” said spokesperson Kris Pernot.

“There’s also that men’s bathroom camera story, the officer who tried to be romantically involved with a rape victim, and Bret Michaels of Poison performing at the Oasis Restaurant and Sports Bar,” said Pernot. “These true stories are way more disturbing than any horror movie you’ll see.”

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