Trigg Terror, a new haunted house attraction in Cadiz, is opening this October.
Lee Vervoort, owner of Trigg Terror, said the haunted house is in need of actors.
"Just stop by and pay me a visit! If my van is there, I'm there," Vervoort said. "[I'm] looking for motivated individuals who can follow instructions and have fun."
Although this isn't the first haunted house Vervoort has worked at, this is the first one he has owned. He worked at Sanitarium of Slaughter for three seasons in Nashville and at Nightmares End in Hopkinsville for one season.
He said this haunt has taken roughly five weeks to put together.
"I've done all of the haunt construction and props myself but I now have help from a few who will help finish up," Vervoort said. "Sarah Broadbent and some of their employees prepared the building before I got started."
He owns Trigg Terror and the Broadbent family owns the building it is in. He decided to open the haunted house after discussing it with Sarah; she talked about it with everyone else, and they loved the idea.
Vervoort said attendees should expect a lot of terror.
"[I enjoy] watching people having a good time and seeing their reaction to getting scared," Vervoort said.
Trigg Terror will open on Oct. 4 at 7:00 p.m. Admission is $20 per person for all ages. It will be wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair occupants only pay $15 because phase two of the haunt wasn't able to be accessible.
"Check us out on Facebook for more info and come see us," Vervoort said. "We'll be waiting for you."
They can be found on Facebook at facebook.com/triggterror. The haunt is located at Haunted Seed Mill, Exit 65 off of Interstate 24 in Cadiz.