Help Driscoll’s haunted house rise from the ashes

Just before the start of a spooky season, Driscoll’s haunted house caught fire.

A few weeks ago, Driscoll’s haunted house tragically burned down. Then, on September 22, it was announced that the haunted house would rise from its ashes, but not this year. Unfortunately, a lot of things were lost in the fire – like props and the like.

With our help, a horrific haunted house will rise from its ashes, spookier than ever.

Unfortunately, Driscoll’s Haunted House will not be hosting the event of your nightmares this year. BUT, there will always be a fun and scary event. According to a Facebook post, this year there will be a fundraising costume party that will raise funds to rebuild the terrifying Driscoll Haunted House!

WHAT: Driscoll’s Haunted House Costume Party

WHEN: Saturday 23 October 2021
8:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.

OR: Driscoll Room
Driscoll, North Dakota

Have you been to Driscoll’s haunted house?

Small towns are the perfect sites for all things spooky and Halloween related. I haven’t had a chance to check out this lair yet, but the people who set it up clearly know how to horrify audiences. The images posted on the haunted house are terrifying. Oh, and the fact that the house is on a historic site makes it even scarier. And now the burnt down house will only add to the fear factor.

What’s the scariest haunted house you’ve visited in North Dakota?

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