Middle Tennessee?s Spookiest Realtor Prepares To Scare Up Some Business This Halloween

Middle Tennessee?s Spookiest Realtor Prepares To Scare Up Some Business This Halloween
Crye-Leike Realtor David Miller joins in the fun with his zombie staff at his successful second career as the owner and operator of Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods. David enjoys working with buyers and sellers to find that perfect house to call home, but he also enjoys scaring up a different kind of business success during each Halloween season as the creator of one of Nashville?s most popular haunted houses.

Nashville, TN., – Spring Hill Real Estate Agent David Miller has earned the reputation as the scariest Realtor in Middle Tennessee, and he plans to uphold that reputation this October as he gears up to open his Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods for a sixth season.


In addition to being a consistent top producing Realtor for Crye-Leike, David has built a successful side business that has people driving from all areas of Middle Tennessee to see his unique haunted woods in Columbia.


Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods has become one of the most popular haunted house attractions in the Nashville area because of the many fun and scary activities it offers. In addition to the very dark and scary haunted woods trial, people enjoy the heart-pumping music that’s playing around large fire pits where jugglers, magicians, stilt walkers, fire performers and ghost story tellers provide extra entertainment for adults and kids of all ages.


Another big attraction that brings people to Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods is the famous Zombie Paintball Hayride that gives people the opportunity to take an exciting hayride where they get to shoot paintball guns at attacking zombies along the ride.


“The hayride trailers allow 20 people to team up and take an old fashioned hayride with a twist,” said David. “People too scared of haunted houses enjoy the hayride because the Halloween creatures aren’t directly in their face. Younger kids can sit in their parent’s laps while shooting paintball guns at the zombies and stay safe and clean because the zombies are unarmed.”


David adds, “Teenagers love the Zombie Paintball Hayride because it’s like a video game that comes to life in a dark, haunted woods setting.”


Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods will open up for the 2013 haunting season on Friday, September 27th and will remain open every Friday and Saturday until November 2nd. The haunted woods will operate from 7pm until 11pm each night and will also be open to scare people on Sunday, October 20 and 27 and on Halloween night.


Located at 1431 Carters Creek Pike in Columbia, Tennessee 38401, Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods sits one mile south of the Williamson and Maury County line on the corner of Highway 246 and Highway 247.


More information and ticket prices can be found online at http://www.millersthrillers.net/index.html


“Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods prides itself on providing a clean, safe and exciting environment with lots of entertainment for kids of all ages and the parents too,” said David. “We are looking forward to another Halloween season of scares during our 15 night run this year where we will create an atmosphere that’s both frightening and fun with concessions, a warm burning campfire and high energy music to get everyone’s heart pumping before entering the unknown creations in the woods.”


David Miller is a licensed Realtor based out of Crye-Leike’s Spring Hill, Tennessee branch office. He can be reached at (931) 698-1664 or at david.miller@crye-leike.com. Find him online at http://davidmiller.crye-leike.com/