Enter If You Dare! Music Program Holds Haunted House

Silver City, NM- This Tuesday will be the last time for Mustangs to visit Mozart’s House of Horrors. What was once Parotti Hall, the designated music building for Western New Mexico University students, has now become Mozart’s House of Horrors- a home for cobwebs, spiders and allegedly killer clowns. Visits are being sponsored by the WNMU Music Program and the MEChA Club, with a $3 cover charge at the door. All proceeds from the fundraiser will go toward the WNMU Foundation to benefit more scholarships for students.

MEChA member and music minor Darlene Chavez spoke about the haunted music building, warning those of a more sensitive nature not to enter. However, for the brave souls that do visit, they will be treated to a night of thrills and chills, with Chavez stating that there is something particularly terrifying in the band room itself.

The event will be held at Parotti Hall at 8pm to 12am. Once again, there is a $3 cover charge at the door and only people over the age of thirteen are allowed inside, with valid ID or a parent accompanying. The house will open this Tuesday.

Enter if you dare!

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Eric Lowe is the current Editor of the Mustang Newspaper. He has been writing professionally since August 2014.