Barry Foster’s Haunted House is ready to spook visitors for the 16th straight year. Courtesy Barry Foster

Nightmare on Woodland

If you’re looking for a Halloween scare, look no further than Barry Foster’s haunted house in Port McNeill.

If you’re looking for a Halloween scare, look no further than Barry Foster’s haunted house in Port McNeill.

Foster has built a haunted house every year for the past 15 years and “every year we change it up, so it’s never the same,” according to Foster.

He also adds “those who think they know what’s coming around the next corner will be surprised.”

The haunted house is located at 2926 Woodland Drive (parking can be found on Mine Rd.). Opened from 30th and 31st from 5-9 p.m.

It consists of 7 rooms this year, each with a different theme and it will be a thrill for adults as well as children.

Entry is free of charge.

Barry would like to extend special thanks to his neighbours who “have been fantastic support for us” and his wife Karen Grafton.


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