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Fright in Falcon Haunted Attraction Brings Chills East of Colorado Springs

(Falcon, Colorado) September 16, 2016 – After ten years operating primarily out of pocket and on donations from attendees, Fright in Falcon Haunted House has become a full-blown, professional, haunted attraction.

What began in 2006 as a last minute idea to spice up a Halloween party is now the newest haunted attraction in El Paso county.

Owners David and Cathy Vredeveld have shared a love for all things Halloween since they met; creating elaborate costumes for their now grown children, decorating for Halloween unit functions while working with an Army unit overseas, and becoming “that house” in the neighborhood where all of the kids headed for Trick-or-Treating. Their two adult and one pre-teen son have grown up knowing that the approach of Autumn meant it was time to work on the haunted maze.

Fright in Falcon has grown steadily in both size and attendance and the Vredevelds knew that this was the year that the attraction had outgrown the neighborhood where it had started.

For the last three years, Fright in Falcon has collected nonperishable foods for donation to local area food banks and will continue that tradition this year; offering a reduced ticket price ($1.00 off) for patrons who donate nonperishable foods.

The haunted house is in a new location; on the North East corner of Judge Orr Rd. and Hwy 24, and is bigger, better, and scarier than ever.

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