This week on Haunt Weekly, we're doing something a little bit different.
As we've discussed in some of the recent episodes, we're wanting to start a series on women in haunting where we discuss the experiences and challenges women face in the haunt industry while keeping an eye on how to make our industry more inclusive to all.
This week, we're sitting down with Holly Crisler of Literally, a Haunted House at the Culbertson Mansion, a haunted attraction in Albany, Indiana.
Holly's story starts out with her joining a "boy's club" of a haunt and watching as her haunt, as well as those around her, became more diverse. It's also a story of talent being recognized and starting out as an actor before moving into larger roles before taking over an entire attraction.
Holly's story is definitely an inspiration and one that more people need to hear. So thank you Holly for being on (and putting up with us mangling your last name twice). Your story is a great one!
On that note, if you're a woman in haunting and have a story that you think would be good for others to hear, let us know! Reach out to us either via Twitter or Facebook and we'll be back in touch ASAP!