Port Kembla's most haunted house returns this weekend for Halloween

Desiree Savage
Updated October 31 2023 - 11:12am, first published 8:00pm
Josh Smith with his children Cruize, 8 and Amari, 11, will transform their Port Kembla house on Second Ave into a haunted maze Halloween. Picture by Adam McLean
Josh Smith with his children Cruize, 8 and Amari, 11, will transform their Port Kembla house on Second Ave into a haunted maze Halloween. Picture by Adam McLean

When Josh Smith transformed his Port Kembla home into a hell hole, scaring the pants of literally thousands of people last year he never imagined how successful it would be.

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Desiree Savage

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