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13 Days of Halloween, Day 11: House of Horrors

Potter’s House, Surrey, B.C. – Torture dungeons, bloody severed heads, feeding wolves and gutted torsos.

Potter’s House in Surrey at 12530 72nd Avenue draws in visitors from throughout Vancouver and the Fraser Valley and as far away as Washington State.

It could be the scariest walk in British Columbia with a labyrinth walk through of 9,000 square feet of creepy and scary displays. There’s free parking and a nightly family hour from 6 to 7 p.m. That’s for the young folks or the faint of heart. But nightly from 7 to 10 p.m. all the beasties are let out.

Halloween Countdown in Canada

Day 10: Industrial site gone bad in Alberta
Day 9: Zombie hunt in Kitchener at Scream Park
Day 8: Annapolis Royal Graveyard freaks you out
Day 7: The Magic of Lanterns in Montreal
Day 6: Haunted Cave on Vancouver Island
Day 5: Spooky corn maze near Winnipeg
Day 4: Frightening Fort York

Day 3: The bloody Plains of Abraham
Day 2: Ghostly Edmonton
Day 1: Regina’s haunted Government House


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