Bonifay Hospital Turned Into Scare Zone

A haunted hospital will open its doors Thursday afternoon.

Doctors memorial hospital officials in Bonifay have converted an old building into a spooktacular scare zone. The theme this year is “Outbreak: Experience the epidemic.” Visitors make their way through a number of rooms including a pshych ward and delivery room. Doctors, nurses, and Holmes County High School students have all pitches in the past several weeks to make the “Outbreak” a success.

Admission is $5 dollars.


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  • by Daniel Location: Bonifay on Oct 26, 2011 at 08:49 AM
    I loved it and I'm over 30! Took the kids and I'm not sure who screamed louder, me or them. Very scary and funny too. The volunteers did a fantastic job. I'm going back this weekend.
  • by Stephen Location: Panama City on Oct 26, 2011 at 08:47 AM
    We took the whole family to see this last weekend and it was fantastic! We plan on going back this weeked to do it again. It is great for all ages, even adults, and the money goes to a great cause. Best haunted house thing I've been to. Hope they do it again next year.
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