PHOTOS: Prepare to be scared.
Take a walk past the "human sacrifice" and into the "Chop Shop," while the strobe lights, fog and eerie music add to the creepy mood.
These are just two of the chilling attractions at the Palm Coast Fire Department's 20th annual Hall of Terror, and because it’s free, you can go through as many times as you dare. Fire Department Lt. Dan Driscoll is the brains behind the show, and this is his eighth year working on the Hall of Terror. He said this weekend's event is a kind of compilation of previous years and includes some enhanced sound and visual effects.
The setup at Fire Station 21 takes about a week, he said, but the planning takes a lot longer.
“I start flushing out an idea in the spring, early summer, so I start making some lists,” he said.