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A local Halloween attraction is back again
The Boulder High Haunted House, rated one of Colorado's scariest is back and ready to provide terrors and tremors this Halloween for anyone courageous enough to enter.
Earlier in the year, rumors were circulating that this attraction would vanish when the original creators, Noah Kloor and Angie Gaffney headed off to college. However much to the school's delight, Kloor and Gaffney passed on the torch to their fellow students.
The production crew this year is made up of the Boulder High theater department along with student volunteers. The crew has been working for three hours every day after class for the past two weeks to get setup and ready for action. The crew knows they have some big shoes to fill, but they are excited and up for the challenge.
The attraction is called "Torment," and the theme this year is that of a medieval torture chamber. There will be plenty of blood and gore, ghosts and goblins and even actors jumping out to scare visitors. The new addition to Boulder High that opened this year has also allowed for the haunted house to expand, adding the brand new "shop room" to the layout. The haunted house begins below the stage and winds underneath the stage then up onto stage right. The terrifying tour continues through the "shop room," then around main stage and out the exit.
The production crew hopes their local community is impressed with their hard work and leave with wet pants and hoarse voices. "Torment" will open Friday from 10 p.m. to midnight. Halloween day the haunted house is open from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and later that night from 7 p.m. to midnight. Admission is seven dollars for adults and five dollars for kids and students.