Forget the ghost of Christmas past, one Newburgh haunted house is bringing even scarier ghouls out for the Christmas season, and it's for a good cause!

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We Scare Because We Care

The Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm has been a haunted house staple in the Tri-State for five decades now, and what's really cool is proceeds from the Zombie Farm actually go to help local nonprofits.  More than 50 volunteers, actors & staff of the Newburgh Civitan and Junior Civitan come together to put on the haunt and use the proceeds to benefit their organization with additional proceeds being donated to other local, community charities like Easterseals, Warrick Humane Society, and Special Olympics.

A Creepy Little Christmas

This year Christmas is about to get spooky as the Zombie Farm is hosting its third annual Creepy Little Christmas to benefit the Warrick Humane Society.  Think Zombie Farm, but with a little extra holiday cheer, or something like cheer.

The Creepy Little Christmas will take place December 8th and 9th and it's your chance to enjoy one more scare before 2023 ends.

We’re bringing back our holiday haunt back this year again, so if you missed us in October here’s your chance for one more scare before the end of the year.

Dates: December 8 & 9
Times; No-Scare 5pm - 6pm
Scare 6pm - 10pm
Cost: Adult $10
Kids $5 (10 & under)
*If you bring an item for Donation from the Shelter Supply List you receive $2 off admission. Only 1 item per person
Be sure to follow Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm on Facebook to stay up to date with everything they have going on, and to stay in the loop for updates on a Creepy Little Christmas.

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