For the 10th consecutive year, the Laurens County Sheriff's Department is turning their old jail into perhaps the scariest place in the upstate.
The Haunted Jail will be open Oct. 21-22 and 29-31 for anyone ready for a huge Halloween scare.
Haunted house fanatics can head over the sheriff's department, and bring $7 to go inside the gigantic fortress of fear.
The money also goes to support their "Christmas for Kids" program, which helps out needy children throughout Laurens County during the holiday season.
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