Liberty University has a tradition of offering a Hell House

For 43 years, Scaremare staff have used the heart-pounding experience to relay the life-changing message of Jesus Christ to visitors. The event, sponsored by Liberty’s Center for Youth Ministries, has grown to become one of the largest of its kind in the Southeast.

“Scaremare entertains and challenges thousands to consider their own mortality,” said Dr. Steve Vandegriff, director of Scaremare and a professor of youth ministries in the School of Divinity. “This unique event is like no other in that it uses the Halloween season to present a message of life found only in Christ.”

More than 27,000 guests attended last year, and over 4,000 responded to the Gospel message.

Full Article – – Scaremare’s unique outreach attracts thousands of youth to Lynchburg annually

Their Scaremare website has a real creepy/spooky factor to it.  The “Groups” section states the local Chick-fil-A will be open until 11 PM on Fridays and Saturdays during the event.  Our local Chick-fil-A closes at 10 PM.  Individual tickets are $8 but there’s a college and military discount that will cut it down to three bucks.

Pictures of the event from this year and previous years can be viewed on their Facebook page.


This entry was posted in Pop Culture, Spiritual. Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to Liberty University has a tradition of offering a Hell House

  1. Mr. Mike Honcho says:

    Nope. Still do not "get" these.

  2. Ben W. says:

    I don't know how well posting a link will work, but here goes:

Comments are closed.