Pantera's Anselmo Offers Halloween Scares For Charity

Halloween weekend was a big one for Pantera frontman Phil Anselmo, who once again helped to stage the annual House of Shock in Jefferson, Louisiana.

For the past six years, Anselmo and some 150 volunteers have staged the haunted house, which benefits the Magnolia School For Special Children. The attraction bases its chills on classic horror flicks like "The Exorcist," "Halloween," "Evil Dead," "and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," and last year drew high-profile visitors like Trent Reznor and his Nine Inch Nails cohort Danny Lohner and White Zombie bassist Sean Yseult.

While the house has now closed its doors, the curious can still check out images of chills past at the official House of Shock website at