Ghosts popping out of nowhere, goblins jumping out of coffins and legs getting grabbed.
Those are some of the sights at the Berry Barn’s haunted house, which is getting buzz around Saskatoon for being the scariest.
“It was quite frightening,” Angie Rutkowski said, one of the many people who went through the house Saturday afternoon.
“People jumping out of coffins was very scary. All of the jump scares were great, I’d give it a solid 10.”
The scares around every corner had patrons screaming at the top of their lungs.
“It’s the first time I’ve heard myself scream,” Jaiden Kitchen said. “I was so scared, but I’d definitely go through again.”
Kitchen said the actors who followed her around the haunted house provided the most fright.
“They just pop out of nowhere, that was my favourite part,” she said.
Mom Carla Kitchen is also giving it the thumbs up too.
“Oh my gosh, my heart is still racing,” Kitchen said. “Really good scary parts and I was quite surprised with the human interaction, I really enjoyed myself.”
It took Jason Horbay more than a month to put it together.
“We do a lot of handmade stuff, which it what makes it take so long,” he said.
“Once you blackout a greenhouse, you’re working in the dark, which is tough.”
It’s the second year they’ve done the haunted house, which had a line up out the door on Saturday afternoon.
“It’s good to hear we got so many good reviews,” Horbay said. “We had good reviews last year, so we upped the ante for patrons.”
People have until 8 p.m. on Halloween to check it out.
Cost is by donation, which goes towards the Saskatoon SPCA.