Not everyone will be trick or treating this week in the Wiregrass.
For nearly six months, the congregation at Southside Baptist Church in Opp has worked on the costumes and scenery for its “Judgment House”. Visitors go through several scenes involving people who die.
In their performance, Christians are allowed into heaven, but non-believers have a worse fate.
Organizers say it is designed to make people think.
“Some people consider it a Christian haunted house but really its following several individuals through their lives and the decisions made in the last 59-minutes of their life effects through their lifetime,” explained Associate Pastor Jonathan of Southside Baptist Church.
Organizers say many of the scenes are too graphic for young children.
Judgment house opens at 6 p.m. each night and lasts through Halloween. Entry into the house is $5.
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