by: Patrick Appolonia
Flagler County Communications and Marketing
For the 21st consecutive year, the Palm Coast Fire Department will bring frightful fun to local residents and visitors this Halloween when they host Hall of Terror 21 on Sunday, Oct. 30 from 7p.m.-9p.m. and Monday, Oct. 31. from 7p.m.-10p.m.
This year's theme for the Hall of Terror will be Halloween: The Night He Came Home, focusing on the lore of the popular horror movie franchise of the same name. All ages are welcome to attend, with supervision recommended for ages 13 and under.
"It just wouldn't feel like Halloween here in Palm Coast without the Hall of Terror," said Palm Coast Fire Chief Kyle Berryhill. "This event is truly a labor of love, and I want to thank everyone for their tremendous work in putting it together to be enjoyed by our residents."
The Hall of Terror will take place at Palm Coast Fire Station #21, at 9 Corporate Drive. Parking will be provided in the parking lot adjacent to the Fire Station on Corporate Drive. Admission is free.