MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — It’s still summer, but The Soap Factory in Minneapolis wants to get you ready for Halloween chills.
Tickets already are on sale for the ninth annual Haunted Basement.READ MORE: 'Embrace The North': Sauna Culture Growing In The Twin Cities
Each year, the show’s organizers gather visual and performance artists to provide a nightmarish experience in The Soap Factory’s industrial basement.
This year’s Haunted Basement will provide two pathways leading to artist-created environments built throughout the 13,000 square feet of The Soap Factory’s basement. But visitors will have to wait in line through what’s described as a maze of visual horror above the basement. Visitors will then choose a path — one “easier” and one more horror-filled.READ MORE: FBI Warrants Say Twin Cities Organization Claiming To Feed Children Instead Spent Money On Cars, Trips, And Homes
Once you choose a path, there’s no turning back. But the signs may be switched at any time.How Does Minnesota Cold Stack Up Against Other States?
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