Las Vegas HauntsLas Vegas, Nevada
The scary story goes that an escaped mental patient bloodied up the Hotel Feoray with a murderous rampage. Some people don’t have any class. Thrill seekers can tour both the Asylum and Hotel Fear at the Texas Station Hotel and Casino during the month of October.
Terror Behind the WallsPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
During the 1800s, Philadelphia’s Eastern State Penitentiary was the last place on earth its prisoners – like Al Capone – wanted to be. Each inmate was confined to a single cell and left to his own devices. Talk about a bad case of cabin fever! While Terror Behind the Walls is a seasonal event, tours of the prison are offered year-round.
Seven Floors of HellCleveland, Ohio
This massive attraction features not one, not two, but seven haunted houses. We’re especially curious about Scarecrow's Revenge.
The devil’s really in the details here. This world-famous haunt is filled with some of the best, or better yet - scariest, actors and sets in the biz.
Ulster Park, New York
It may be tame, but it’s definitely not lame. Explore three haunted houses, a labyrinth, and hayride at this family-friendly attraction.
St. Louis, Missouri
If you're the type of person who nitpicks every little detail of every movie you see, this one’s for you. You’ll find very little to criticize as you walk through this immaculate haunted house, with its superior special effects and set design. The Darkness undergoes a $150,000 renovation every year.
Bates MotelPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania area
Hayrides are fun and all, but when you add pyrotechnics into the mix, they get rather unnerving. In addition to the top-notch Bates Motel haunted houses, the Haunted Hayride is a must-see (don’t close those eyes).
House of TormentAustin, Texas
Nothing’s at all subtle about this haunted house, which has gotten even the manliest of men to let out a shriek (or two).
13th GateBaton Rouge, Louisiana
This unique haunted house – both indoor and outdoor – is dreamt up by set designers and special effects experts right out of Hollywood. To boot, the 13th Gate is located in a former slaughterhouse, centuries old.
Whaley HouseSan Diego, California
Your best chance at a real-live ghost encounter is probably at this historic estate. Although creepy animatronics won’t jump out at you at every turn, we're sure your spine will have its fair share of chills.
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