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An annual haunted house hosted by the Psychology Student Association will leave you sick with fright.

Going down… Ding!

The California State University, Long Beach Psychology Student Association partnered with the National Psychology Honor Society to hold their fifth annual haunted house in the basement of the psychology building.

The theme this year is “Hotel Quarantine” and involves a creepy bellhop, a gaggle of “infected” hotel guests, and incessant dinging.

“It takes place in the 1930s, Hollywood Era, and a famous Hollywood hotel has been infected by a deadly virus. It’s taking over the minds and bodies of the guests and hotel workers.” PSA President Nicole Saulnier said.

From the moment you step into the elevator and greet the grisly bellhop, an ominous mood has been set. Victims of this year’s haunted house will be guided through a dimly lit maze—red lights flash, women shriek and wail, and a Heisenberg-esque actor barrels at you with a knife and a snarl.

The event aims to promote school spirit, raise money for a charitable organization, and, of course—scare the bile out of students.

This year’s proceeds will go to Meals on Wheels, which packages food for people in need.

The haunted house will be open tomorrow from 6 – 10 p.m. and entry is $2.

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