Haunted house expands in Lewisburg

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(Lewisburg) Off Route 219 in Greenbrier County is Miller’s Haunted House.

The family run operation has a whole new structure built this year for its haunted house experience. The experience is both indoor an outdoor. Over fifty actors are involved to scare visitors to the haunted house. Besides creating part time jobs it creates a lot of scary memories says the owner while in costume. Owner Tim miller described the best way to scare visitors saying, “Well it’s a little bit of a secret but you really just got to get up in their face. Make them feel very uncomfortable. It’s not too hard.”

The Miller’s Haunted House runs weekends this month.

Haley Brown

Haley Brown

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