Charles Yang, left, a Penn State student from Taiwan, is surpirsed by a ghoul in the Haunted Miners Maze at Penn's Cave on Oct. 18. The 4,800 sq. foot haunted maze has four stations that visitors must find before leaving. According to organizers, the haunted maze was designed for both young and old and is family friendly.
Charles Yang, left, a Penn State student from Taiwan, is surpirsed by a ghoul in the Haunted Miners Maze at Penn's Cave on Oct. 18. The 4,800 sq. foot haunted maze has four stations that visitors must find before leaving. According to organizers, the haunted maze was designed for both young and old and is family friendly. For the CDT
Charles Yang, left, a Penn State student from Taiwan, is surpirsed by a ghoul in the Haunted Miners Maze at Penn's Cave on Oct. 18. The 4,800 sq. foot haunted maze has four stations that visitors must find before leaving. According to organizers, the haunted maze was designed for both young and old and is family friendly. For the CDT

Centre Region’s haunted attractions respond to fear, vary scare tactics

October 24, 2014 09:38 AM

UPDATED October 29, 2014 05:20 PM

More Videos

  • Franklin excited for Fiesta Bowl, focused on Washington

    Penn State football coach James Franklin talks about how the team is preparing for the Fiesta Bowl against Washington.