Haunted attraction opens for Halloween

Boarded up for years, even during the day, the old Western Grocers (now TA Foods) warehouse on Broadway Street has a creepy kind of feel to it.

Now, leading up to Halloween, it has taken on an even more sinister appeal.

Al Benesocky has been running a haunted attraction called Al Benesocky’s Shock House for the past 12 years in Regina. This year, he added the Yorkton location, which opened October 14 and 15. It will be open again for the next two weekends and on Halloween night.

Benesocky is very secretive about the attraction, shunning media attention and kicking out people who use lights or take pictures without a refund.

And the timid be warned, being too scared to finish the tour is also not grounds for refund.  

“Not even maybe,” states the website. “You have come to us to get a Halloween thrill or scare. If we scare you too badly to go through the house, you have gotten exactly what you’ve paid for. There are no refunds for any reason.”

Tickets are $15, cash only at the door.

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