The Haunting of Corona

We Scare Because We Care

Rules & Volunteering

What is The Haunting of Corona?
The Rules of The Haunting of Corona
Volunteering at The Haunting of Corona


What is The Haunting of Corona?


A haunted house founded by Ray Galluccio that is local to the Inland Empire. With a philosophy of "Scaring for a Cure", we pride ourselves on bringing a safe but terrifying experience to people, while aiding charities with the proceeds that we receive. Ever since our humble beginnings as a one-house show in 2006, we have managed to raise over $10,000. If you are brave enough to take the tour through our haunted halls, you can rest assure that your money is going towards helping people in need.

We are always growing! Every year our expert staff and volunteers help set up one of the best haunted houses in the area. We've taken in volunteers of all ages and experience levels, there's always something, somewhere that can be done. Our volunteers join because they love Halloween, provide a fun experience, and believe in raising funds for a good cause. As such, those who venture into our halls can expect many sleepless nights. As our team expands, so does the amount of rooms within the house. Every year, we add different and horrifying new rooms, while keeping the most popular ones.


The Rules of The Haunting of Corona


In order to provide a terrifying, but safe, experience for all patrons, the following rules are in effect and apply to all patrons (without exception):

1. NO SMOKING OR OPEN FLAMES OF ANY KIND. NO EXCEPTIONS!

Anyone caught smoking or with an open flame (Lighters, etc.) in the attraction will be immediately ejected from the show. NO EXCEPTIONS!

2. NO ALCOHOL, FIREARMS, AND/OR WEAPONS OF ANY TYPE ARE ALLOWED...

...to be consumed or carried on the premises (or in the parking lot) of The Haunting of Corona Haunted House. Likewise, The Haunting of Corona Haunted House reserves the right to deny entry to and/or prematurely eject, any individual(s) from the attraction who appear to be and/or display drunken behavior that would affect the safety and/or enjoyment of theirs and/or others' The Haunting of Corona Haunted House experience.

3. DO NOT TOUCH THE ACTORS; THE ACTORS WILL NOT TOUCH YOU.

The Haunting of Corona Haunted House has a strict No Touching Policy for both the Actors and the Patrons. The Actors will not touch you. Anyone caught touching props or the Actors will risk denied entry or premature removal from the attractions.

4. HOLD ON TO YOUR BELONGINGS.

The Haunting of Corona Haunted House and/or any of The Haunting of Corona Haunted House's sponsors and/or supporters are not responsible for any lost, stolen, and/or damaged possessions of patrons while on the premises of The Haunting of Corona Haunted House. In addition, The Haunting of Corona Haunted House will make all possible reasonable efforts to maintain a safe and enjoyable experience for its patrons. ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK.

5. NO FLASHLIGHTS, LASER LIGHTS, AND/OR ANY FORMS OF ILLUMINATION.

Aside from staff, no one is allowed to use flashlights, laserlights, and/or any other forms of illumination including cellphones within the attraction. Please NO CAMERAS. If you are caught you will be warned only once, then risk denied entry or premature removal from the attraction.

6. BE SCARED, BUT BE SAFE.

The Haunting of Corona Haunted House prides itself on providing a terrifying environment while maintaining a higher standard of patron and staff safety. Any individual(s) who get caught running, fighting, and/or behaving in an unsafe manner will be warned only once, and then risk denied entry or premature removal from the attraction.

7. NO REFUNDS; ALL SALES ARE FINAL.

The Haunting of Corona Haunted House is one of the scariest and best haunted house attractions in the Inland Empire Area. However, for those few who get too frightend to enter the attraction or need to exit before the end, THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS.

8. DRIVE SAFE.

We want you to come back and enjoy The Haunting of Corona Haunted House year after year. So please drive safely both to and from The Haunting of Corona Haunted House.

On behalf of the entire staff of The Haunting of Corona Haunted House, we would like to THANK YOU in advance for following these simple rules which will allow The Haunting of Corona Haunted House to provide you with the best show possible!


Volunteering at The Haunting of Corona


All who wish to join The Haunting of Corona Haunted House as an actor, crew, or other staff member must sign this waiver/consent/permission form. The form must be signed and given to a key staff member, before you may start doing any volunteer work. You may submit a scanned in copy of the signed form via e-mail. Please have a copy for approval when you show up on your first day. You must be at least 16 years old to be a volunteer.

After the form has been signed, please message or email us with the following information:

  • Name
  • Student ID, California ID or California Drivers License
  • Phone Number (cell phone preferable)
  • Email
  • Days and Times Available to Volunteer
  • How You'd Like to Help (as an actor, crew member, extra set of hands, etc.)

After your form has been signed and information submitted, feel free to show up on site to present your form to any key staff member. Congratulations! You are now an official volunteer of The Haunting of Corona Haunted House!

2018 SCHEDULE

Open Weekends & Halloween

October 2018 TBA

Fridays & Saturdays
7:00PM - 12:00AM

Sundays & Wednesday
7:00PM - 10:00PM

LOCATION

5415 Brockton Ave, Riverside
CA

Donation: $5

Not recommended for children under 10 years old.