KathE Walker is the owner of three haunted houses in Denver: The 13th Door and Curse of Slaughterhouse Gulch in Aurora and The Haunted House in Northglenn. She recently talked to KMGH Channel 7 about the benefits of seasonal work at haunted houses in the Denver area. The story explained that in the current economic situation, haunted houses provide much needed part-time jobs for people having a tough time.
The story includes footage and interviews with people working in her haunted houses.
Watch the news story.
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Where did Spring Go?
Just imagine, you’ve barely shaken off the snow and it’s already time to start making changes at the haunted house. Fankly I’m getting sick of the heat and starting to think I might be some sort of vampire… I try to avoid the sun and prefer working late at night. But it’s not about the sun, at least not sun light, it’s the heat that is the enemy. We don’t have airconditioning at the 13th Door.
I guess I’m crazy thinking anyone is going to feel sorry for me. I do have one of the greatest jobs in the world… scaring people. But that isn’t going to stop me from complaining about our weather and that I prefer my Denver haunted houses cold. At least I get to wear shorts to work and drink gallons soda and water every day.