The team that caused a stir with their haunted house in Rolling Oaks Mall last fall jumped into spooky season by opening a selfie spot called Horrific Pix Horror Studios.

“It will be an immersive horror-themed art exhibit,” said Noah Peterson, one of the people behind the site. “There are 13 rooms with different themes. The idea is that you can walk in with a group and take selfies, or schedule time to come with a photographer for a private studio session. If you wanted to put a group there -in it and shoot a video, or if you’re doing a paranormal movie, some of those things can be used for sets.”

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The grand opening is August 6, and Horrific Pix is ​​expected to be open year-round. The hours will be from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturdays and from noon to 6 p.m. on Sundays. Admission is $20 if you make reservations online and $25 at the door. Reservations can be made at

Spooky stuff at Horrific Pix includes a nod to NIOSA.

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Peterson was post images to TikTok as the site comes together.

The spot will eventually feature spooky stuff for sale, including masks and branded items.

Horrific Pix is ​​on the second floor at the south end of the mall. It’s also where Haunted Oaks, the haunted house that debuted at the mall last year, will be located when it opens in either late September or early October.

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It drew large crowds last year, Peterson said.

“We had a very successful race,” he said. “We made people vomit, we triggered panic attacks… It was a pretty good time.”

They have more room to work this year, he said. And he promises another intense experience for those who show up.

“I really want it to be exceptionally disturbing this year,” he said. “I want people to just come out of this destroyed.”

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