PLYMOUTH – Now in its eighth year, Rogers Haunted Hill has grown from a small, haunted barn into a spooktacular fright-fest for people of all ages. And what once catered to a much younger crowd now draws thousands to this vast collection of all things strange, scream-worthy and downright scary.
According to Beverly Rogers, one of many organizers who plan and set up the event year after year, it’s a great way for families to celebrate Halloween – and it’s definitely worth the wait.
“I guess people just like to get scared,” laughed Rogers, who – along with daughter Debbie Thompson, property owners Dale and Shelly Rogers and nearly 50 other family members and friends – has been putting on the much-anticipated spook-fest for nearly a decade. “Basically, it’s all about having fun, giving people a good scare and it’s something we enjoy.”