There’s no denying or holding it back; Halloween is in the air, despite 100-degree temperatures and lazy summer days. Haunted attractions are already hosting auditions, and pro/home haunters are in the midst of amassing and building their works of terror.
Boot Hill, one of the most elaborate and popular home haunts in the Southland, is gearing up for yet another materialization in Irvine (Woodbridge, to be exact), and this year promises to be the attraction’s biggest and spookiest year yet! To pull it off, the team behind Boot Hill are looking for some dead-icated volunteers to help this Halloween, from build to scaring the daylights out of guests this October!
2015 will be Boot Hill’s 16th season in operation. The home haunt, themed to the Old West, attracts thousands of visitors each year and has become a whistle stop for Halloween fans of all ages. Boot Hill is a large-scale yard display that features sets, elaborate special effects, and creeping ghouls lurking in the fog.
Founded decades ago by Theme Park Adventure’s Rick West and long-time friend Shea Foley, Boot Hill is one of Southern California’s oldest and well-established home haunt experiences, with a portion of its proceeds benefiting Children’s Hospital of Orange County. Under the direction of Shea Foley and Glenn Schmidt this production has grown substantially each Halloween, making it a must-see for fans of all ages. Now, the team is looking for new volunteers to help make the haunt bigger and better than ever before!
To learn more about Boot Hill, visit the haunt’s website. If you would like to inquire about becoming one of the outlaws of Boot Hill behind the scenes or in the thick of the action, please contact Glenn Schmidt at firstname.lastname@example.org. You’ll have a blast!