Bet you’re a little bit excited right now, aren’t you? “Wow! A haunted house? Really?” That’s what I thought, too.
Nope, not a REAL haunted house anyways.
I’m talking about the former Castle Blood haunted attraction.
From WTAE Pittsburgh:
There was a real scare at a former haunted house in Washington County. Six fire departments were called to battle the flames that broke out around 11 p.m. at the former “Castle Blood” on Main Street in Bentleyville.
The flames were so intense, they caused some dangerous problems for firefighters, including a partial roof collapse.
No injuries were reported, but the building is considered a total loss.
The state fire marshal is still investigating the cause of the fire.
The haunted house closed down in 1997. A year ago, the owners sold the building.
Castle Blood moved to Beallsville and is still open.