Columbia Manor won’t open for the first time this fall
DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) -
As decisions begin to be made concerning the pandemic and fall events, one local Halloween attraction announces its doors will remain closed.
For the first time in the organization’s history, Columbia Manor’s Haunted House will not be opening this fall.
After considering the large crowds and safety for visitors, volunteers, and workers, the staff determined remaining closed this year was the best option.
The staff is using the break to work on the house and gear up for next year with new apparel, surprises, and celebrity guests.
“This is something that is not just affecting us here. This is something that’s worldwide and we’re all in it together, so we just need to be safe and see y’all next year,” says Columbia Manor Haunted House owner Todd Chandler.
Next year the haunted house in Columbia will be celebrating its 13th anniversary.
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