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I Ain’t Scared: Demon House

In the case of the Demon House [1], our series name is a bit of a misnomer—I was actually pretty scared. Monongahela’s most haunted attraction, which is open for one final weekend, today through Sunday, is worth the drive if you want one more dose of Halloween thrills before surrendering to the holiday season.

I visited Demon House on Friday, October 11. It was a chilly, clear fall night, and as I drove further away from city and into the darkness of the countryside, I started getting anxious—I hadn’t been to a haunted house in ages, and I wasn’t sure that I was prepared.

My friend Rebecka, who was joining me for the evening, confirmed my lack of preparedness when she took one look at my long, loud floral coat with bright red boots. “You know you will basically have a target on your back in there, right?” she said with a groan.

Turns out, she was correct.

Without giving too much away, here are some points on our experience at the Demon House. Hopefully you will find them useful if you decide to pay the house a visit on its final (and probably most intense) weekend:

The Demon House is open Friday to Sunday, Noveber 1 to 3, from 7 p.m. to midnight. Get more information here [2].