Annual ‘Beastly Haunted Trail’ Benefits BCHS Shelter Animals

`The Beaver County Humane Society
The Beaver County Humane Society

Contact: Susan Salyards
Telephone: 724-775-5801 x 106
Cell: 412-216-3405
Email: [email protected]

June 28, 2016

Aliquippa, PA September 26, 2016 – Each Friday and Saturday evening in October, hundreds of residents will creep out of their dwellings under the cover of darkness and head, like zombies, to the Beaver County Humane Society to experience its Beastly Haunted Trail, located on shelter grounds at 3394 Brodhead Road in Center Township (Beaver County), PA.

For the third consecutive year, haunt enthusiasts have an extraordinary opportunity to participate in a unique, outdoor haunted trail that is not for the faint of heart as the best of the best in scare tactics and haunt horror perform each Friday and Saturday evening in October from 7 to 10 PM.  A group of dedicated volunteers reworked the Beastly Haunted Trail, ramping up the fear factor and outfitting it with new special effects and high-caliber sets and costumes.  The Trail is a dark, outdoor Halloween attraction filled with terrifying live actors, amazing special effects and incredible monsters.

“Haunt enthusiasts love to experience haunts with other people that share their passion,” said Debbie Klesser, president of the BCHS Board of Directors, and a volunteer leader of the Beastly Haunted Trail. “We know people from all over the region see our haunted trail as a destination attraction.”

This intense, cutting edge haunted trail is widely considered to be one of the best haunted experiences in the area, full of chilling detail and unbelievable scares.  Come see what new horrors lurk in the twisting paths of the Beaver County’s ultimate haunted trail!

All entrance fees ($10 per person for all ages, cash only) will be donated to provide support to the Beaver County Humane Society’s current animal residents.  The Beastly Haunted Trail is not for young children; those 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent.

Please leave your own pets at home. Details about the Beastly Haunted Trail can be unearthed at

Since 1950 the Beaver County Humane Society has been committed to helping animals in the Beaver County Area.  Sixty-five years later, more than 4,000 animals receive comfort and care each year.

Beaver County Humane Society Logo
Beaver County Humane Society Logo

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