Mountain Road Manor

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Mountain Road Manor

Laurelin Hubbard, Author

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Imagine this, you and a couple of your friends driving down a nice paved road around 10 o’clock at night. You see this sign that says to go straight, so you decide to follow it. It leads you to the end of the paved road and then there’s another one telling you to go right onto a dark dirt road. Now this road has some twists and turns and its quite spooky. You pull up to this shack and a couple feet away from the shack is a nice fire. You and your friends get out of your car and go up to the fire in attempt to warm up your toes. As you’re approaching the fire, you can hear this sound that’s like a pull-start lawnmower. The sound startles you and your friends and then all of the sudden you hear this chainsaw and watch these two clowns come out of the ominous darkness. Do you run or wait to go inside the shack?

This is Mountain Road Manor. The only haunted house in Grace, Idaho. How you get there is this, you go into Grace and you’ll see a large sign that says “haunted house 5 miles” with an arrow pointing which way to go. Follow the road signs until you get there. They have a shack where you buy your tickets and a fire that you can stand at to warm yourself up until your group gets called into the haunted house.

Now if the dark and scary drive doesn’t scare you, then the clowns roaming around where the fire is will. They will chase you for as far as you can run and they won’t stop. They will only really chase you if you show them that you’re scared.

One of the scariest parts would have to be the maze. They follow you around and will jump off of the tops of the hay bails and chase you even into dead ends. They change up everything so you can go more than once and still have a good scare.

I would 10/10 recommend going to Mountain Road Manor this year! It’s lots of fun and is a perfect idea for a date night! It is definitely worth the $12.

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