The dead will walk once more this Saturday and Sunday at the Williams Lake Boys and Girls Club when the local non-profit hosts its seventh annual haunted house.
Shel Myers, haunted house director with the WLBGC, said this year’s haunted house will run Saturday and Sunday from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Admission will be by either monetary or food donation.
“This year’s theme is zombies and our theme is chosen by the youth every year,” Myers said. “It was overwhelmingly zombies this year.”
Volunteers, staff and youth all come together to help design and build the haunted house, too, he added.
“It’s anywhere between 12 to 20 people behind the scenes making it work,” he said.
“A large number of our youth here turn out. Every year it grows a little bit.”
Meyers said what makes the WLBGC haunted house unique is that they make use of the entire building, from the inside, to the shed, to the basketball court.
“The scene is the entire collection,” he said, adding he’d like to invite everyone in the community to stop by the haunted house for a visit.