The haunted house is based on concepts from Berryville students. Visitors at the haunted house will be escorted in groups through a maze of deceit and diabolical displays.
The students involved in the project, as well as the BCC, do not want to give too many details for fear of giving away vital parts of the show. But one scene from inside the maze was disclosed -- a Cannibal Cafe where zombie-like creatures will simulate eating brains and guts while the maze participants go unnoticed by the beast-like creatures chowing down in the cafe.
"There will be a lot of elements and the ideas for the haunted house are things that we students think is scary and the zombies should make some people feel very uncomfortable," said Rick Porter, head of public relations for B-EAST lab and high school senior.
"The event is focused more for teenagers and adults in the area and because of grotesque content it is not appropriate for young children," said BCC Office Manager, Deneen Foster.
Green screen technology, sound systems and projections throughout the maze should make this maze stand out from other haunted houses in the area, organizers said.
"What makes this so fun is that the haunted maze is entirely student ran and is based solely ideas from BV student, Daniel Mendez," Porter said.
The boo-nanza is the ninth event of a series that the BCC has done for the youths and teens of Berryville. And students have put in more than 25 hours of work for this free, one-night show.
The Berryville Environmental And Spatial Technologies (B-EAST Lab) is a student directed, project-based program at Berryville High School and has more than 120 students focusing on noteworthy projects for the community.
For more information about the Spooktacular Boo-nanza call the BCC at 870-423-3139.