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WDPS Sponsors Haunted House

Nightmare on Main Street – Haunted House






The Department of Public Safety will be operating a Hauted House, “A Nightmare on Main St.”, on October 21, 22, 28 and 29 from 6pm – 11pm in the old Walmart building next to Fred’s.  All proceeds will go to the Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association to be used for future community events.

WDPS Sgt. Devin Elliott and Officer Shaun Wilson are in charge of designing the haunted house. Elliott describes the event as “a one thousand foot walk of extreme terror”.

The event will be staffed by Waverly police officers and firefighters along with their families, Citizen Police Academy graduates, and other City of Waverly employees.

Chief David Daniel said “there has been a lot of negative publicity towards law enforcement and other public officials lately. The Waverly Police Department wanted to do something positive for our community by providing a safe and fun filled time for citizens to enjoy. I encourage everyone to come join us and meet the public safety professionals that serve in Waverly”.  

Information for the event:

Fri and Sat nights, October 21, 22, 28, and 29 from 6pm-11pm 

515 West Main Street, Waverly
(Old Wal-Mart building next to Fred’s)

Admission – $7 per person

All people under the age of 16 MUST be accompanied by an adult at all times both on the premises and inside the haunted house.




Waverly Dept. of Public Safety

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