This past Halloween the Terror on the Fox haunted house in Green Bay, Wisconsin, located on the campus of the National Railroad Museum, spooked hundreds of visitors as it has been for the last fourteen years. This year, the Terror on the Fox haunted house used numerous Chauvet LED washes and strobes to provide it with even eerie light to create a ghoulish atmosphere. For general washes the haunted house’s lighting designers used eleven Chauvet LED Splash washes for rich light, vibrant color, and RGB color changing. For further general lighting, the Terror on the Fox featured six of Chauvet’s powerful LED PAR38s. To add another dimension of lighting effects, Chauvet's UV blacklight fixtures were used to cast all the whites and brighter colors in the haunted house in a creepy glow. Lighting designers for the Terror on the Fox haunted house also used five Chauvet strobes and two of Chauvet’s laser modules for some other worldly effects.