South Florida’s famous House of Horrors is fun for all (includes video story)

For 21 years, people have gathered from all over South Florida in Doral for the annual House of Horror in Doral. 

Located at International Mall, it is open from Sept. 28 through Oct. 31 and provides people of all ages the opportunity to get their scare on. Attendees are most excited about the food, unlimited rides, and the four haunted house attractions.

“It’s been exciting, it’s been scary, it’s very spooky. Very good for October,” says Renzo, a House of Horror attendee. “The best part has been the food, that’s always the best part.”

Christina Harris is a junior majoring in digital journalism with a minor in English. After her studies, she wishes to pursue a career in the entertainment field dealing with television.

Layan Abu Tarboush is a digital broadcasting major at FIU, currently pursuing a minor in International Relations. As an international student from Jordan, Layan is fluent in both Arabic and English and has a deep interest in reporting on Middle Eastern affairs. Layan takes pride in being multicultural with great exposure from the East and West.

Job Charles is a senior studying Mass Media and Communications at FIU. He is from Haiti, plays basketball and soccer, and is interested in project management and business analytics.

Esteban Rodriguez is a sophomore majoring in TV/Broadcast media. He is a producer for Caplin News and FIU's Sports show, Sideline. He hopes to pursue this path of producing for Sports Networks and/or Hollywood in the Film Industry.