The Wyandotte Jaycees haunted house – annually one of the best reviewed Halloween attractions in the area – will return again this season beginning on Sept. 27
The haunted house – which this year goes by the name Purgatory – is located in the former city hall at 3131 Biddle Ave.
The Gates of Purgatory will be open every Friday and Saturday evening from 7 p.m. until midnight and Sunday evenings from 7 – 10 p.m. and run through Nov. 2.
Interested? Here how the Jaycees describe this year’s event:
“Hell is empty and all the devils are here.” – William Shakespeare
Descend into the depths as the gates of Purgatory are open for wretched souls…willing or unwilling.
For 43 years, the Wyandotte Jaycees have hosted a haunted attraction. Expanding to 6000 square feet, Purgatory is entirely indoors and offers free parking. Fall further and further from grace as you explore 13 horrifying chambers of the Devil’s deepest depravity and punishments.
What unspeakable evils do you have staining your soul? The wickedness that you dare not speak aloud or even think upon? Can you face your demons? Enter Purgatory…and see if the Devil let’s you back out.
The attraction is wheelchair accessible and the waiting area is covered. Entry fee on Friday and Saturday is $15 and on Sunday it is $10.
You can purchase tickets at Michiganhauntedhouses.com or hauntpay.com or call 734-288-7024 for more information.