The haunted attraction Ereb’s Haunted House has been a fixture of the Emerald City for over 20 years and it’s been a popular attraction for visitors since it opened in 1986.
The attraction is located in the centre of Emerald City in a strip mall, which means it’s difficult to get into the grounds without visiting the nearby cemetery and being escorted by police.
It was recently announced that the attraction would be closing on September 30.
However, the closure will be temporary, with a second attraction, Erebu Haunted House, due to open in 2019.
Erebus is a fictional place, with its own unique history.
It was created by Stephen King in the 1980s and has a reputation for having supernatural elements.
In 2014, King announced that he was stepping away from the world of fiction to focus on a new book and to take on a life of his own.
The Emerald City is now looking for a new attraction to fill its void.
This year’s Emerald City Halloween Festival was one of the largest in Australia, with more than 70,000 visitors attending over 40,000 events.
Ereb’s Haunted Mansion was a popular draw during its time in the Emerald Empire, attracting more than 80,000 people in 2017, according to ABC News.
There were some issues with Erebs haunted attraction, including a fire in 2013, but there are some positives to the attraction, according the park’s website.
According to the park, the attraction was closed for refurbishment in the fall of 2018.
It’s been reopened with a new name, Ereb’s Escape.