MINER -- If you think haunted houses are scary try going to hell.
Judgement House, an alternative to a haunted house presented annually by the Miner Baptist Church, begins Wednesday.
"We're doing eight nights: Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday and then the same thing next week," said Mitch Jackson, the church's senior pastor. "We have a large number of people involved in this, as we have in the past."
This year's nine-scene walk-through drama, "Finally Forgiven," is based on a true story, according to Chester Cardwell, a church member who, along with his wife, Freida, has worked on Miner Baptist's Judgement House every year since they started doing them in 2001.
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