Horror on Harmon Continues at UTTC

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Horror on Harmon has moved to United Tribes Technical College.
 
Tom Braun who started Horror on Harmon says after over 1,200 visitors they needed to find a bigger space.
This 100 year old building is going to host the house of horrors. 
Braun says he’s he can’t even comprehend how many hours of work he’s put into it so far. 
Even though he is beyond excited for this new experience, there are a few things he will miss about having it at home. 
 
 
“I miss the convenience of being able to jump out and do something and driving up and seeing all of my characters although it gives other people a creepy feeling it gives me the warm and fuzzies,” says Braun.
 
The building used to be a hospital in the easy 1900’s. According to the people that know about the history of the building, multiple people have died inside. 
 
“Almost everyone that works here has some type of story about seeing something or hearing something, so I guess whoever comes out can decide for themselves,” says Leander R. McDonald, President of UTTC.
 
If you would like to visit Horror on Harmon it will be open Friday and Saturday from 7-11 PM. 
It takes $5 to get in. 
All of the proceeds made for the event will go towards UTTC scholarships. 

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