Toronto’s newest haunted house is behind a popular Italian restaurant


    There’s nothing like spaghetti swimming in pink sauce to fulfill one’s urge for food after visiting a blood-spattered, chillingly life like haunted house.

    Truly, that appears like a enjoyable date — so mark your calendars, youngsters, as a result of Halloween is arising quick, and you recognize a lot Toronto likes to get spooked on objective.

    The newest in our metropolis’s lengthy line of unbiased haunted homes will open its doorways on October 5 in an unassuming house instantly behind the well-known Mamma Martino’s Italian restaurant in Etobicoke.

    Referred to as Martino Manor, the house may be discovered simply off The Queensway, west of Mimico Creek (although you possibly can already discover a spooky hearse in entrance of the restaurant itself).

    Horror buff and proprietor Fernando Martino guarantees we “have not seen something this good in Toronto earlier than” — and by good he means scary.

    An out of doors portion of the property will boast a haunted corn maze, based on promotional supplies, whereas the house itself will function one thing referred to as “The Witch Nanny.”

    I do not know what a witch nanny is, however simply studying these phrases provides me goosebumps. It sounds prefer it could possibly be in an episode of Are You Afraid of The Darkish

    Submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society, I name this story “Martino Manor at 7 McIntosh Avenue.”



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