Nov 2, 2013
Asides: scary houses, homeless kids
HALLOWEEN did its annual part last week in bringing out our inner scaredy cat, a job done well by the ScareHouse in Etna, which bills itself as "Pittsburgh's Ultimate Haunted House."
Missing Person's Case In Etna Remains A Mystery
It will be two years this December when then 51-year-old Joann Angel was reported missing from her Etna apartment by her sister, Margaret Emanuel.
It's pretty scary stuff at Pittsburgh's haunted houses
In front of an unremarkable metal door well around the corner from where hundreds of people were lining up for the ScareHouse's main "haunt" last weekend, I had just come through an infinitely smaller queue and was face to face with a stern security guard who was staring me down through her aviators.
Garbage Truck, Crane Trapped In Etna Neighborhood
But some people on Dewey Street in Etna fear that a garbage truck and a tree-trimming crane could be trapped in their neighborhood for a while.
A visit to the Scarehouse-and its creepy, adults-only basement
Every year, The Scarehouse , 10 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, puts on what many locals consider the best Halloween haunted house-type show in the region--with USA Today and Yahoo both ranking it among America's best.