Due to the torment of the curious public, the organizers of Mayhem Manor have released the gory details of where they're setting up this year's fright venue.

In fact, Mayor Marcel Roy conveyed the thrilling news during last night's meeting of Weyburn City Council. 

"People have already told me that they wanted to really thank the City because the City has graciously opened up Heritage Village this year for Mayhem Manor. What a spooky place that will be," he commented.

Between the already-terrifying old schoolhouse, the intimidating RCMP barracks, the chilling chapel, and the many already-eerie houses of haunting lore, the scenes of the Haunting of Heritage Hill will surely be a success this year.

Admission is $20 and the tours will be held Friday and Saturday from 7:00 p.m. to midnight, and Sunday and Halloween Monday from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. Attendees should dress warm and wear good shoes.

The proceeds will go to Heritage Village and other charitable organizations to be named.

The event has not been held formally since 2019. However, last year, a modified mayhem-on-the-go was a treat for Halloween, and in 2020 they took to Saskatchewan Drive and organizers said they had around 150 cars visit. 

fhPhoto by Faith Hagen during a sneak-a-peek event held Saturday night.


The above photo was released in response to the overwhelming demand to discuss the location of the much-anticipated event.

richy memeMeme courtesy of local entertainer Richy Roy / Facebook