Hundreds brave Mad AL’s House of Horror
MADISON – — Mad AL’s Haunted House, a city-sanctioned Halloween attraction, was staged at Insanity Complex.
“We had 485 people that toured. We had many screams, a few laughs and some that shared tears,” Gayle Milam said. Milam works as City of Madison’s Event and Volunteer Coordinator.
“Everyone seemed to enjoy it and said they are looking forward to the 2018 version of Mad AL’s Haunted House,” Milam said.
Thirty-plus volunteers helped with Mad AL’s. They played clowns, mad doctor, zombies, dolls, witches, insane asylum patient and much more. The volunteers included students from Bob Jones and James Clemens high schools, along with drama department students from Buckhorn High School, and friends and family.