“The theme of the Haunted House this year is Clue-based,” Brandon Longenberger, an executive member of Student Honors Council, said. “Participants will try to figure out who killed them as they make their way through the house.”
There will be a multitude of games, including a donut-eating contest, a mummy-wrapping contest, a pre-decorated pumpkin contest and even a Costume Contest, with categories ranging from Funniest, Classic, Scariest, DIY, and Best Group or Duo.
The Honors House of Horrors also features some “terrorific” treats and beats. The menu will include sugar cookies, chocolate chip cookies, chocolate pretzel bites, chips, and red sherbet punch, as well as spooky music that will be sure to entertain.
A murder mystery, music, dancing, treats without the tricks, and games galore will all be fixtures of this year’s Honors House of Horrors Halloween Party. Open to all Honors students, the party aims to scare up a good time.