It’s not the giant monster in your closet, the masked man lurking in your yard, the creepy guy skulking around camp, or the knife-fingered phantom floating through your dreams. The scariest nightmare is hearing the words “it’s cancer”.
This disease is one terror we’d like to eradicate from existence. For 2 nights only this Halloween weekend, the Fitzy’s Fright Fest Scarecrew will be doing our part to make it happen, with proceeds from the haunt benefiting the American Cancer Society.
Weaving through two wooded acres, we’re a family run, family friendly haunted attraction. Fitzy’s has been featured on NH Chronicle, consistently listed at the top of WMUR-TV Viewer’s Choice Best Haunted Houses, and called “Legendary” by New England Haunts Podcast.
Located at 37 Maple Avenue in Newton, NH, Fitzy’s Fright Fest is free and open to the public. We will operate from 6-9 p.m. on Friday, October 27 and Saturday, October 28.
This year we’re making the haunt more comfortable for our guests with modifications to accelerate the queue line and easy public access to a portable toilet, donated in part by Pete’s Sewer Service in Plaistow. Please keep safety in mind by driving slowly through the neighborhood; being respectful of our neighbors by parking only on the same side of the road as the haunt.