WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – If you’re looking for a good scare, the Museum of Aviation wants to help you out.
This month makes the fifth annual Nevermore Hills Haunted Trail and you can join in on the fun.
The trail includes a 20 minute path that’s designed to scare you and a maze where you can only crawl.
Jenny Maas, Director of Operations at the Museum of Aviation Foundation, said the annual haunted trail is something you don’t want to miss.
“We want to get a real scare out of people. You can expect to be startled, you can expect to be surprised, and you can expect to see some really neat stuff, ” Maas said.
The haunted trail includes a house built in the 1850s.
Maas said it’s the oldest house in Warner Robins. The trail takes you through a few rooms in the house.
The other feature of the Nevermore Hills Haunted Trail is a maze.
“It’s a crawl through claustrophobic, maze. You are completely in the dark. You just have a real claustrophobic feeling and it kind of tests you senses and you feel your way through it,” Maas said.
You can go through the haunted trail and maze, or just pick one.
Now, if you’re interested in going to the trail, but need it toned down, the museum offers a less scary version for you every Saturday night from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
“We have a toned down version of the haunted trail that we present. It’s for somebody who might not have been through a haunted house before and just want to see what it’s like,” she said. “We have the actors back off.”
So if you love being scared for fun, then head over to the Museum of Aviation because the haunted trail is waiting on you.
The trail will run on these dates below:
- October 20th
- October 21st
- October 27th
- October 28th
- October 29th
- October 30th
- October 31st
Tickets are $15 per person for just the haunted trail. Tickets are $8 for the maze and $22 for both.
The trail will be open from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.