It’s turned out to be a great night for not only trick or treaters, But for those who are out and about on Halloween night and what’s more Halloween than a haunted house?

On Halloween night, all the ghosts and ghouls come out to play, hoping to frighten those who cross their path.  

“It’s just a lot of fun entertainment,” Kegan Inman said. “We’ve been doing this for 8 years, so we have quite the following.”  

Kegan Inman is one of three owners of The “Frightmares Haunted House” in Linton.   

Every year, more than 400 hours of manpower turn an old house and store front, into your worst nightmares.  

It’s a frightening destination, that lures those who are brave enough to enter the house. 

“I don’t know it just,” Bre Rennick said.  

“The thrill of it,” Eryn Beranard sadi.   

“Yay it just gives you a rush and it’s just fun really,” Rennick said.   

“I think for a lot of people it’s just tradition. For kids it’s something to do and for adults it’s something they have done for their entire life. It’s just part of Halloween.”  

It’s a part of Halloween that I’ve never experienced, so I agreed to face my worst fears.   

“Any tips or can I not be scared at any point?” 

“The best thing to do is to try to not show that you are too scared because you’re just going to get picked on,” Inman said.  

Easier said than done….  

Around every twist and turn, there was a different and terrifying creature waiting.  

And once inside, no one was safe from the monsters that hide in the night, including our photographer. 

The things that go bump in the night, will have you running for your life or in my case to the bathroom.  

Thankfully we survived to report another day. 

If you’d like to test your bravery at the Frightmares Haunted House in Linton, you still have time, they are staying open a extra weekend. 

They will be open this Friday 8 to 11 p.m. and Saturday 8 to 11:30 p.m. 

Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for kids 10 and under. 

For more information click here.