"Terror Under The Bridge" returns for its 7th season

Terror Under The Bridge

In 2006, the creators of Terror Under The Bridge had a vision of not only creating a spooky and safe haunted house, but also getting involved in the local community.  

After searching for the best possible spot, they found the Lower River Warehouse, an old 8000 square foot warehouse that was built in the 1890’s and quickly realized that the hard part was done. Although the setting is scary in itself, the creators ensure that each year customers will be terrified by new characters, scenes and effects. The experience is heart racing, mind blowing, stomach churning fear and anticipation. The end result is pure Terror Under The Bridge.

369 The haunt is the most authentic attraction for hundreds of miles. This is ranked as one of South Carolina’s best haunted houses. Located in downtown Conway, under the Main Street Bridge on the Riverwalk. This old warehouse was visited by The Ghost Hunters a few years back as they gathered evidence of paranormal activity. 

Terror Under The Bridge's organizers are proud supporters of Fostering Hope, Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides goods and services to children residing in the foster care system in Horry, Georgetown, Marion, and Dillon counties. There are on average over 500 children within these counties that are in foster care due to abuse and or neglect.

Terror is open from 7 to 11 p.m. pm starting October 25, 2012 running until the 31st. Admission is $10 per person. Additionally, they also offer Student and Military discount nights on October 25, 26, and 27 with $2 off admission with Student or Military ID. Parking is free. 

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