Have you heard about the nightmare on Versailles Road?

Come see this Hamilton Park house and fulfill your fearful fantasies.

A house decorated with grave stones, lights, and spooky music.

Hemlock House invites you to its house warming, of sorts. | Photo courtesy of Hemlock House

If you’re driving down Versailles Road and hear the distant sounds of werewolf howls — run. Not away, but to Hamilton Park to see the Hemlock House.

Last year, Rock House Brewing and DH Fabs Studio manager Danny Haddad decided to build a cemetery. Creepy enough, right? But it was listening to “Frankenstep” by local artist Matt Duncan that the sounds of thunder and mad scientist cackles inspired him to “up the ante” this year.

You’ll likely feel a spine-tingling sensation upon approaching Hemlock House, where cobwebs drape the home, gravestones sprinkle the yard, and an eerie, tempo-based light show bleeds through windows.

If you’re ready to for the grooviest, ghouliest night, take note:

  • The light show runs on a loop every night until Halloween from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Spectators are welcome to park and walk to see the house up close — just be mindful of neighbors.