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Entertainment Reporter Stacy McCloud Goes Inside Nashville's Newest Haunted House

NASHVILLE, TN - - "I love seeing people get scared and love to use my creative passion and come up with whatever I can to scare people" says Patrick Warner, owner of Haunted Hell.

There isn't a single corner you go around where screams aren't on the other side. "When you come to haunted hell you get what you pay for you will leave scared. I promise you" says the character "Death".

Over 20-thousand square feet and up to 45 characters fill the space that was once a bowling alley. "It has multiple themes, we like to push the extreme haunted house and not just pop out and boo people. We want people to really question if gonna make it out alive or not" says Patrick.
No matter how big or small of a prop, you'll want to try to keep your eyes open, because the owners left no tombstone unturned.  "It's Nashville's most extreme haunted house. We push the limits with gore and controversy" says Patrick.

Designing, building and running a haunted house is more than a hobby for Warner. While "Haunted Hell" is Nashville's newest haunted house,  Patrick has been in the industry since he was a child. "It's a family business. My parents started a haunted house when I was 3 years old. It runs through my blood."

After they close their doors next weekend, Halloween doesn't end for his family.  In January they start planning for new and creative ways to make you scream next year. "It takes a lot these days to get people interested. Used to they could be just black hallways and Hollywood characters. Now people want Hollywood sets, creativity and originality.

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