Reidsville ‘haunted house’ was really deemed ‘haunted,’ connected to killer

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REIDSVILLE, N.C. — Here’s a way you and your family can get into the spooky spirit for Halloween.

It’s called the “Nightmare on Scales Street” and it’s a haunted house in Reidsville.

It was deemed “haunted” by paranormal investigators years ago and has a connection to a mass-murderer.

The attraction first opened in 2008, but it took two years to construct the building. Crews were convinced it was haunted after saying they heard voices and saw dark shadows.

“During construction, builders encountered unexplained events: voices, dark shadows appearing and disappearing, the sounds of footsteps, cold spots,” according to the attraction’s website.

A team of paranormal investigators looked at the house and it was deemed to be haunted.

The home also has a connection to the Fritz Klenner murders of 1984 and 1985.

Now, the attraction is combining a creepy history with special effects.

It costs $20 and is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 207 South Scales Street in Reidsville.

Click here for more information and to read about the house’s history.

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