Micheal Brust posing as “IT” in a clown themed room at the Theta Chi fraternity haunted house at The Outpost Leasing Center at 530 Lupine Drive, Fort Collins Oct 22. The Colorado State University fraternity hosted the yearly haunted house to sponsor a fundraiser for the United Service Organizations as their roots were based from military students, 100% of the proceedings went to the USO. (Grayson Reed | The Collegian) (Collegian | Grayson Reed)
Micheal Brust posing as “IT” in a clown themed room at the Theta Chi fraternity haunted house at The Outpost Leasing Center at 530 Lupine Drive, Fort Collins Oct 22. The Colorado State University fraternity hosted the yearly haunted house to sponsor a fundraiser for the United Service Organizations as their roots were based from military students, 100% of the proceedings went to the USO. (Grayson Reed | The Collegian)

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Fraternity gives back at fright fest

Theta Chai puts on a fun haunted house fundraiser for military student.

October 28, 2021

Colorado State University’s Theta Chi fraternity hosted a haunted house at The Outpost Fort Collins leasing center on 530 Lupine Drive Oct. 22. The haunted house had four different themed rooms from popular horror films. The films that were featured were classics such as “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,”  “It,” “Insidious” and “Saw.” The yearly haunted house presented by Theta Chi is a fundraiser for the United Service Organizations, as the fraternity’s roots were based from prior military students. In terms of money donated to the USO, Theta Chi donated 100% of the proceeds that the haunted house brought in. Last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Theta Chi couldn’t host a haunted house and had to take the year off. Despite the disappointment of last years cancelation, this year’s haunted house was back in full force.

 

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  • Bronson Torres poses as Leather Face from the “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” franchise at the Theta Chi fraternity haunted house Oct. 22. Torres stated that his favorite part of the haunted house was “that we are back, this year specifically. It’s been a historic event we do every year. I’m just excited to bring that fun back to campus.” (Grayson Reed | The Collegian)

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  • Tyler Johnson gets his face painted to play as the antagonist from the “Saw” movie at the Theta Chi fraternity haunted house Oct. 22. The haunted house took place at The Outpost Fort Collins leasing center at 530 Lupine Drive. The Colorado State University fraternity hosted the yearly haunted house to sponsor a fundraiser for the United Service Organizations. 100% of the proceedings went to the USO. (Grayson Reed | The Collegian)

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  • The entrance to the Theta Chi fraternity haunted house decorated with spiderwebs Oct. 22. The Colorado State University fraternity hosted the yearly haunted house to sponsor a fundraiser for the United Service Organizations. (Grayson Reed | The Collegian)

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  • Hannah Noel gets her makeup done to be an actor at the Theta Chi fraternity haunted house Oct. 22. (Grayson Reed | The Collegian)

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  • Michael Brust gets his makeup done by Ella White to play as Pennywise from the movie “It” at the Theta Chi fraternity haunted house Oct. 22. (Grayson Reed | The Collegian)

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  • An actor prepares for the Theta Chi fraternity haunted house Oct. 22. (Grayson Reed | The Collegian)

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  • Katie Nieuwlandt gets blood thrown at her scary doll costume before the Theta Chi fraternity haunted house Oct. 22. (Grayson Reed | The Collegian)

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  • An actor prepares for the Theta Chi fraternity haunted house Oct. 22. (Grayson Reed | The Collegian)

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