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Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Coudersport Rotary Hosted "Twister Sisters" Haunted Attraction Originators

Coudersport Rotary Club was pleased to host Krista Sturdevant-Doran and her sister, Kimberly Sturdevant-Daily, of Twisted Sister’s Haunted Attraction at our October 7, 2019, meeting.

Krista and Kimberly began a haunted attraction at the Potter County Fair four years ago. Last year they officially started their business - Twisted Sister’s Haunted Attraction.

The attraction is a “labor of love” Krista said. Everything is out of pocket - props, costumes, etc. A portion of their proceeds go to local charities “right now it’s the whole portion,” she said. Last year, they created Christmas for four children in the A Way Out program and helped with the A Way Out Christmas party.

The Haunted Attraction is open every Friday and Saturday night from the first weekend in October until the first weekend in November from 7 p.m. - 11 p.m. “Not as scary” nights will be held for young children on October 12 and November 2. Glow bands can be worn by the faint of heart on other nights. Laser tag is available and they hope to have a corn maze and pumpkin patch in future years. Cost is $10 per person for the Haunt and $5 per person for Laser Tag. Check Facebook for $5 special kids days.

Twisted Sister’s Haunted Attraction is located at 13 Prosser Hollow Road in Coudersport, PA. For more information you can find them at facebook.com/twistedsisterhaunt

Thank you, Krista and Kimberly, for speaking before Coudersport Rotary Club!

(Pictured: Kimberly Sturdevant-Daily, Krista Sturdevant-Doran, and Coudersport Rotary President Ruth Sallade)

12 comments :

Anonymous said...

Are they insured in case someone gets hurt???

Anonymous said...

Why? You selling insurance?

Anonymous said...

NO. If someone get hurt who's payin for it, granddad could loose the farm, if no insurance and some one sues.

Anonymous said...

I agree, people should know if you have insurance.

Anonymous said...

Well of course they are paying for costs out of their own pockets since that is where the admission fees are going, into their pockets. As it says here, this is a money making business getting free promotion from Rotary. Can my business get equal treatment?

SteCar said...

Seriously folks? Here are 2 local ladies, trying to give our committee something fun to do for the kids & raisiing money for our local causes, & you are more worried about sueing them if you get hurt. I guess if you are more concerned about that..."Boo" to you, then you don't need to go there. I'm assuming you lived in a bubble growing up.
Nice job girls!!

Anonymous said...

10 bucks a head adds up to a lot of money. Where did you get the idea that this was for charity or local causes 9:06? What local causes?

Anonymous said...

A portion of their proceeds go to local charities “right now it’s the whole portion,” she said. Last year, they created Christmas for four children in the A Way Out program and helped with the A Way Out Christmas party.

Anonymous said...

11:01 it says right in the article they give to local causes LOL

Anonymous said...

So where is the accountability?

Anonymous said...

It's a sad world we live in when people are more concerned with whether or not they have insurance instead of the good they are doing

Anonymous said...

Normal insurance doesn't cover haunted houses (barns) so they need to protext themselves.