Granton Manor Haunt teams up with the Berkeley Animal Center for Halloween weekend

BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCBD) – A Berkeley County haunted house is doing its part to move pets from kennels to couches in time for Halloween.

Granton Manor Haunt is partnering with the Berkeley Animal Center to support the shelter’s care efforts and help animals get adopted this weekend.

Granton Manor Haunt is owner-run in the Cane Bay Plantation neighborhood of Summerville and features all the unsettling scenes you’d expect from a professional haunted house.

Guests will walk through four differently themed rooms with special effects like strobe lights, fog, foggers, loud train horns and chainsaws.

According to the organizers, the haunt is rated R and not recommended for children under 13.

“Our actors and some of the sound bites have explicit language, so we make sure parents are aware of that,” owner Carrie Williams said.

There will also be lots of fun for the youngest! In the Kids Zone, children will be able to “go” on a “Killer Clown Hunt” under black lights courtesy of mobile party experience provider, Lowcountry Gellyball.

In addition to the scares, Berkeley Animal Center will be on site with adoptable pets from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Each adopter will walk away with a puppy loot bag.

Guests can also bring food, treats, beds, blankets and toys, or make a monetary donation that will support the shelter.

Granton Manor Haunt is open October 28, 29, and 31 from 7 p.m. to 10:45 p.m. with food trucks and beverage vendors on site.

Click here to donate $10 and claim tickets!

Benjamin M. Yerger