A Germantown Family is Hosting a Haunted Trail This October For Halloween

The Salgado family, known for their extravagant yearly Christmas display, is hosting a haunted walkthrough this year for Halloween at 11609 Lucrece Ter. in Germantown. The Christmas display will be returning following the Halloween display. The “Salgado’s Haunted Trail” was created by siblings Pahan and Supuli Salgado and their cousins Nimaya and Nipun (video and photos below).

They will be open Sunday, October 1 from 7:30pm-10pm and from October 6 through 15 from 7:30 to 10pm. Then they will open on October 20, 21, 22, 27, and 28, and on Halloween 31 October from 7:30pm to 10pm (all weather permitting).

“We welcome everyone to come take photos and walk through the yard of terror where you can take pictures with the animatronics. We will also be giving the kids candy during all dates listed above we have fog machines, strobe lights, animatronics, and spooky sound effects that add to the scare factor of the haunt.” Pahan Salgado told us. The haunted trail is free to all, but the family will be collecting donations.


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