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'Nightmare On 4th Street' Haunted House Dares You To Visit!

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POST FALLS, Idaho - On Friday morning, Matt Rogers took his action cam to the "Nightmare On 4th Street" Post Falls Lions Club Haunted House. To say the least...if you are looking to get scared, you may have to check it out...in fact we dare you to visit.

"Nightmare On 4th Street" Haunted House:
(Not recommended for children 12 and under)
 
Location: 4th and Post in Post Falls, Idaho

Hours: 6pm - 12am Oct. 18th and 19th
            6pm - 12am Oct. 25th and 26th
            6pm - 10pm Oct. 27th - 31st

Admission: $7.00
                  $5.00 if you bring 2 cans of food

Proceeds benefit the Post Falls Lions Club

Last year they raised over one ton of food for the Post Falls Food Bank.


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