By: Jessie Fisher—
Muncie, IN—The PrimeTrust Federal Credit Union Son of Scarevania Haunted Attraction at Cornerstone Center for the Arts opens for the season on Friday, October 12! The haunt opened in October of 2016 leaving attendees terrified; will they be brave enough return? Son of Scarevania is a partnership between Cornerstone and Scarevania Haunted Attraction aimed to scare…with the purpose of raising funds for Cornerstone’s arts program. Son of Scarevania Haunted House, presented by Indiana Michigan Power and Sight & Sound Music Center, will be open October 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, and 27 from 8 p.m. to midnight.
The haunt, which was designed by Brian Blair of Scarevania, Pumpkin Pulp Productions, and Freakhouse Flicks, is a one-of-a-kind maze of terror through nearly 10,000 square feet of Cornerstone’s third floor. Capitalizing on the already ominous former Masonic Lodge, Son of Scarevania leaves people of all ages feeling petrified. The haunt is designed for mature audiences and parental discretion is advised. Son of Scarevania will be open in addition to Scarevania’s current location on Granville Avenue.
The haunt serves as a fundraiser for Cornerstone, which provides thousands of youth and adults annually with quality arts education and special events in a historic setting. Additional support for Son of Scarevania provided by WLBC, WERK, BLAKE FM, and MAX.
The haunt will be open to the public October 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, and 27 from 8 p.m. to midnight. Tickets will be available at the door for just $12 or $20 for a dual ticket to both Son of Scarevania and the original Scarevania on Granville Avenue.
For more information about the haunt or Cornerstone’s services visit cornerstonearts.org.
WERK-FM’s Brownie spoke to Jeff Robinson and Brian Blair about the Son of Scarevania Haunted House. Listen below.
Cornerstone Center for the Arts is a non-profit organization with a mission to nurture community connections by providing opportunities for creative expression, educational programs, and events in a historic setting.