About This Show
Pittsburgh's family-owned ScareHouse has become nationally recognized as one of America’s best Halloween Haunted Attractions by ABC news, Travel Channel and iconic horror director Guillermo del Toro. It has also been featured on Good Morning America, Late Night with Seth Meyers, USA TODAY, CBS News, and many other national media outlets.
ScareHouse is located inside a historic and notoriously haunted building in Etna, best known as the Elks Lodge 932 (one of the largest and most active Elks chapters in the country.) Many locals and Elks members, as well as most of our crew members, have experienced multiple encounters with strange sights and sounds over the years.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 120: ScareHouse Actor 001 - Tracy Campbell
7 days ago
Creative Director Scott Simmons and Katie “Dudders” chat with veteran actress Tracy Campbell. They discuss Scott and Tracy’s shared television news history, what it’s like to have your face all over ScareHouse marketing, and how props, hair, and music create great ScareHouse videos.
Tracy has been part of ScareHouse since 2007.
Tracy met Scott when they both worked at WPXI Channel 11 News.
ScareHouse isn’t the first haunted building that they have worked in.
WPXI’s (formerly WIIC) original building was home to Chiller Thriller and studio wrestling.
Tracy talks about the promo spot she appeared in that lived on long after she left the company.
Preparing for Y2K at the news studio.
How MySpace brought Tracy into the ScareHouse family as a goopey ghoul.
ScareHouse was one of the first companies in the area to shoot in HD.
Tracy discusses all the characters she has played since she started at ScareHouse including title character Delirium.
Creating her character Patti, last year’s The Basement rule giver and greeter, using her own personal experience.
Dudders and Tracy talk about working Turn Out the Lights in Pittsburgh Zombies and the creepy things that happened.
How Scott first confirmed that the building was haunted.