The Hannibal Jaycees are calling this year's haunted house at 320 S. Third St. a “Warehouse of Nightmares.” It has evil clowns, flesh-eating zombies and a maze of 3-D terror in more than 7,000 square feet of twists and turns.

The Hannibal Jaycees are calling this year’s haunted house at 320 S. Third St. a “Warehouse of Nightmares.” It has evil clowns, flesh-eating zombies and a maze of 3-D terror in more than 7,000 square feet of twists and turns.

The haunted house opened earlier this month and will continue from 7:30 p.m. to midnight every Friday and Saturday through Halloween, Oct. 31.

The haunted house is “for everyone age 12 and over,” said Cortney Cox of the Jaycees. “Ages 5 to 11 must be accompanied by a parent. No one under age 5 will be admitted. Admission costs $10 per person.

Cox added, “Anyone with concerns about epilepsy or seizures should not go in the haunted house because it will have strobe lights.”

Tickets will be sold at the entrance at the Gatorade wagon. A food vendor is located nearby.

The Zombie Paintball game was popular in 2014 and has been continued.

A $15 ticket provides admission to the haunted house and 20 paintballs for a Zombie Paintball game at the outside shooting gallery. Additional paintball games will cost $5 each.

This year a special multi-pass for three Halloween events is being offered for $40.

It will provide admission to the Jaycees’ Warehouse of Nightmares haunted house, the POPS Club’s Haunted Woods and the Haunted Trail in Palmyra. Transportation will be included.

Details are available on the Jaycees website hannibalhauntedhouse.com.

Another special offer is for a $50 season pass, which provides admission to the Jaycees’ haunted house all month but does not include paintball.

A portion of the proceeds from the haunted house will donated by the Hannibal Jaycees for local charitable activities.

Reach Reporter Bev Darr at bev.darr@courierpost.com.