As of Friday, October 27, 2017
2017 Halloween Events in Idaho County
Click below for a listing of Halloween and harvest events in communities throughout Idaho County:
ELK CITY If you are afraid of spiders, blood, needles, the dark, clowns, witches or zombies, the Hallway of Horrors is not the place for you. The Elk City Hallway of Horrors is 14,000-square-feet of fun-filled terror inside and outside of this non-profit haunt. The Hallway of Horrors is located at the Elk City School. Doors open at 6 p.m. and close at 9 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 27; and are open from 4 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 28th. Donations benefit the local Elk City School field tour programs.
Only adults are allowed at this beyond haunted attraction that has insane amounts of gore — and some of the gore is real. It is not suitable for “children under 12 years of age or immature audiences,” “or mature audiences.”
From the moment you enter the grounds, this place is sure to scare you, the best part is that these haunted grounds get even more horrifying as you go deeper and deeper into the haunt. Many have entered the dark hallway, to never be seen again. What secrets do they hold? Freaks, spooky mazes, strange noises and darkness, ghosts, ghouls, vampires, and pets galore that will scare the life out of you.
Infected people whose bodies are ravaged with a virus that irrevocably and fatally transforms the host’s bodies and minds into the undead live here. They can smell your fear. One thing is for sure, if you meet one of them, RUN!
Dr. Trauma leads the quest to discover new and exciting ways to terrify his victim’s. Surgical precision they say, but without anesthetic. Dr. Trauma takes your screams to whole new extremes. The insane asylum and bloody flesh, along with more discernible human remains, are his calling card.
Ladies and gentlemen…. and victims of all ages…you will be welcome at the dark fantastic… CarnEvil Du Fear… this could be the bloodiest show on earth. These clowns will amuse you in the worst way.