Area's longest-running Halloween attraction themed after Netflix show Stranger Things
By Patrick Juliano
Palm Coast Fire Department Public Information Officer
Are you ready for Halloween fun and frights? The Palm Coast Fire Department is hosting the 18th annual Hall of Terror on Oct. 30-31 from 7-10 p.m. at Fire Station 21, 9 Corporate Drive.
Take a journey back to the 1980s to the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana. Experience parallel dimensions of the supernatural in this year’s theme inspired by the pop-culture television phenomenon, Stranger Things. Can you escape the Demogorgon?
The Hall of Terror is the longest-running Halloween attraction in the area, and this year it’s filled with fragments of the ‘upside down’ to keep you on edge! Enjoy theme-park quality scares for free.
“We are excited and look forward to hosting this immersive event once again,” Palm Coast Fire Lt. Dan Driscoll said. “It is a lot of work and when we see everyone’s positive feedback that makes it all worth it.”
Previous years themes focused on elements of an alien invasion, Stephen King novels, zombies and a carnival of carnage, to name a few. Palm Coast firefighters will soon start building and designing the sets – as they do every year from scratch on their own time. On the nights of the event, the volunteer characters, many of whom are firefighters and other City employees, will deliver thrills and chills to an estimated 2,000 people.
The fear-inducing, adrenaline-pumping show in the transformed firehouse is recommended for ages 10 and older. No young children, please.
For more information, contact the Palm Coast Fire Department at 386-986-2844. You can obtain more photos from our Facebook Page or for more updates follow us on Twitter @PalmCoastFire