How El Pasoans Still Enjoyed a Haunted House Experience in 2020
During a pandemic, 915 Live reached out to some Hollywood friends to conduct research on a safe way to create a haunted house in El Paso, Texas. KLAQ, 915 Live, and Desert Warrior Paintball teamed up to create The Devil's Highway Drive-Thru Haunted House.
This chauffeured experience allowed El Pasoans to jump into a roofless limo or jeep and enjoy seriously scary scenes through The Devil's Highway. While enjoying the spooky scenes, visitors were treated to some gore, frights, and unexpected guests.
Sadly, The Devil's Highway did have to close up early, due to new guidelines created by El Paso County Officials. On Halloween night, the hardworking team of 915 Live released a statement to thank everyone who attended and helped make this haunted house experience happen. Including our friends from Western Tech, Coffee House of Hel, Tacotote, Vitalant Blood Services, RightDrive, and Alamo Drafthouse.
Before anything we would like to thank everyone that came to our haunted house. It is you guys that make this haunted...
It was a sad Halloween for many El Pasoans but everyone's safety must come first. We can not stress how important it is to keep our listener's safe. Like 915 Live productions mentioned, while the haunted house was following CDC guidelines, they had to follow new protocol.
We are looking forward to Halloween 2021 and hope it isn't as scary as 2020. What scares will we create for you next year? Not sure but we are always up for any ideas.