Haunted Attractions

If you're looking for some spooky fun, Haunted House Association has picked 13 haunted houses from around the country:

7 Floors of Hell, Cleveland, OH - In this haunted house you will experience Scarecrow's Revenge, Camp Nightmare, House of Nightmares, The Cemetery, The Crypt, CarnEvil in 3D, and The Butcher Shop. Check website for days, times, and ticket prices.

13th Gate Haunted House, Baton Rouge, LA - You will venture through 13 frightening themed indoor and outdoor areas from a Crematory oven to a rickety old bridge full of snakes. Admission is $20

Nightmare on 13th, Salt Lake City, Utah - Admissions to the main haunted house including the Nightmare Theater are $15 a piece. If you want to experience the extreme version which includes new rooms The Electrocution Maze, The Terror Tunnel ,The Phantom Hall and The Mega Blaster Experience as well as a few old popular ones, you will have to produce $20. Open September 12th to November 2nd.

Nightmare on the Bayou, Houston, TX - This attraction prides itself as the only haunted house that is REALLY haunted in Houston. Open September 26th - November 1st. Admissions is $25 regular or $35 for VIP.

Cutting Edge, Fort Worth, TX - This attraction has a variety of scares for your enjoyment including Halloween screams, mad Texas Chainsaw Massacre ghosts, walking dead pirates, Gothic horror screams, Haunted Jefferson Rivers Amusement Attraction, & spooky Santa ghost. Admissions are $26.50 for adults and $22 for children.

The Bates Motel, Philadelphia, PA - If you're looking for Norman Bates and his mother, this isn't the place for you. However, if you are in need of some "agritainment", check out this attraction located at Arasapha Farms. It features a 25 minute Haunted Hayride, corn maze and of course The Bates Motel. Admissions are $12 for the corn maze or motel, $20 for hayride or $40 for combo.

The Darkness, St. Louis, MO - The Darkness has spent 15 years bringing America scarefests. You will experience the City of the Dead, a witch's swamp house, graveyard, and mirror maze. The website also provides a live Fearcam to watch it all from the safety of your home. Tickets are $17 for adults and $13 for children.

Dreamreapers Haunted House, Chicago, IL - It contains over 22 rooms, 40+ animatronics, over 40 actors and actresses and something rare among this industry, scents based upon the theme of the room. Tickets are $15 per person.

Erebus Four Story Haunted Attraction, Pontiac, Mich - Four-story haunted house featured in the 2005 Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Walk-through Haunted Attraction. Tickets are $20 per person.

The Haunted Hotel, San Diego, CA - Brings horror movies like Saw, Hostel and Texas Chainsaw Massacre to life. This attraction also includes a trail ride featuring the horror of fairy tales.

Headless Horseman Hayride and Haunted Houses, Ulster Park, NY - Contains a one mile hayride, a labyrinth style corn maze, three professionally created haunted houses, four food concessions, as well as Ghoulish Gifts, Magic Moon Gifts, Scarewear, Fear Gear and Witchy Woman gift shops.

Kersey Valley SpookyWoods and Maize Adventure, Greensboro, NC - Provides a haunted house, haunted tram ride, haunted corn field, Spookywoods walkthrough and a chilling magic show by Jonathan Frost. Tickets are $22 for adult and $12 for children.

Netherworld Haunted House, Atlanta, GA - New haunts for 2008: The Bottomless Pit, The Vicious Wolf Pack, The Time/Space Ripper, The Slime Pits of the NETHERWORLD, The 17 Foot Tall Pumpkin King,The Skull Crusher, Massive Gore, Live Roaches, Snakes, Rats, Hogzilla, The Twisted Dentist and The Pile Driver. $18 per person.

Oklahoma attractions didn't make the list, unfortunately. Here are a few this state has to offer:

Pyscho Path - Located in Sperry, this attraction combines the elements of a theme park ride with your average haunted house. Tickets are $15 per person.

Castle of Muskogee - Here you get a variety of entertainment: The Trail of Blood, Domus Horrificus, Casa Morte, the Ultimate Maze, a startling Hayride, the Torture Chamber and Halloween Land for children 8 and under, and ghost stories. Entrance to parking and the village are free.

Trail of Fear Haunted Scream Park - Located in Lawton, the Trail of Fear began as a single attraction in 1998 with a small tent and outdoor maze. The Trail of Fear consists of 4 main attractions- The Trail of Fear (Suitable for Most), Cirque de Morte (suitable for most), The Hackensaw Haunted Hayride (NOT recommended for children under 10), and the Pumpkin Junction (just for kids).

Curse of the Werewolf - Located in Chouteau, features Curse of the Werewolf, The Darkness and Kids Fun House.

Dungeon Haunted Ride in 3D - Located in Oklahoma City, the only 3D ride in Central US. Wearing 3D glasses, you experience 16 scenes that you can't run from.


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