The highly anticipated House of Horrors will kick off on Oct. 14 at Potters nursery.

Potters’ horror house warming kicks off Friday

The spooky Halloween hot spot promises thrills and chills.

Potters Nursery is once again being transformed into a ghoulish haunted house.

Starting Friday (Oct. 14), Potters House of Horrors, at 12530 72 Ave., is inviting thrill-seekers to visit such freaky destinations including Camp Dread, Seven Gates to Hell and Med-Evil Times.

Potter’s Ghoul Crew has been working away at the haunted house for months, with an aim to make it perfectly petrifying.

“We started building the House of Horrors in August,” said Cam Martin, who heads the crew. “Guests can expect lots of new effects, sets and scares.”

For those not up for a full-blown tour of terror, the first hour of the event will start off with a static run – without actors or moving displays and a quieter sound display.

The spooky residence will be open until Halloween, but Martin encourages people to come early to avoid a lengthy wait in line. For those interested in skipping the line, a few extra dollars will buy a Speed Pass.

For more information or tickets, visit www.pottershouseofhorrors.com or call 604-572-7706.

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