Scariest Haunted Houses in America

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America is the country which relates to all kinds of scary ghosts and associates with real haunted houses as well as haunted mansions. Quite often, some American haunted houses are claimed the scariest ones in the world. Normally, haunt-goers travel around cities across America in search for the best, scariest and outstanding haunted houses. Data released that over 500 million dollars has been spent for tickets to haunted houses, ghost tours and visit amusement parks with haunted venues.

Below is the list of the most thrilling haunted houses across the United States which surely offer pinnacle of fright.

 

13th Gate Haunted House


The 13th Gate is absolutely the ultimate haunted house with different level of detail, set design, incredible Hollywood makeup artists and special effects. The house guarantees 13 levels of fear and fright through 13 very frightening themed indoor and outdoor areas.


The 13th Gate is located at 832 Saint Philip Street, downtown Baton Rouge in the old Steinberg\'s Sporting Goods building

The 13th Gate is located at 832 Saint Philip Street, downtown Baton Rouge in the old Steinberg\'s Sporting Goods building

 

Headless Horseman


Headless Horseman is located in Ulster Park, New York as a part of the Historic Haunted Hudson Valley. Headless Horseman offers visitors an authentic theatrical experience when traveling through forty-five acres of naturally landscape featuring foreboding woods, surreal ponds, and fruit orchards. The main attractions include one-mile hayride, a cornfield maze, five professional haunted houses and gift stores.


Headless Horseman is located in Ulster Park, New Y

Headless Horseman is located in Ulster Park, New York

 

The Darkness


The Darkness is constructed with Hollywood quality special effects. The secondary attraction, Terror Visions, also features the best 3D haunt and a Hollywood Horror Museum. The Darkness house is powered with live actors and hundred of animations through two floors of fright.


The Darkness haunted house located in downtown St. Louis

The Darkness haunted house is located in downtown St. Louis

 

The Beast & Edge of Hell


The Beast & Edge of Hell is one of the biggest indoor ghost attractions in America. The house has five floors with professional set designs. The Beast is as terrific and enormous as ten gathering of 10 typical haunted houses.


The Beast & Edge of Hell is located in Kansas City, Missouri

The Beast & Edge of Hell is located in Kansas City, Missouri

 

Erebus Haunted House


Erebus was opened to public in 2000 by Ed and Jim Terebus, Veterans of the Haunt Industry. The house leads the visitors through four stories of terrifying and unique long paths with intense fears. Talking about Erebus, one visitors said, “The sophistication of the scares at Erebus rivals the wizardry you’d see in a Hollywood film or experience in a Universal Studios Attraction”


“Erebus is an unequaled, masterpiece of horror.”

“Erebus is an unequaled, masterpiece of horror.”

 

The Bates Motel & Pennhurst Asylum.


The Bates Motel & Pennhurst Asylum is more than just a haunted house. The massive haunted hayride and set design surely make visitors screaming in fear all the time. The most famous feature of Bates Motel is amazing pyrotechnics included in a haunt.


Bates Motel is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Bates Motel is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 

 

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    MarkRichard- 2010/12/11 08:45:30 am

    Wish there was some houses like that in my country.

This article was published on 2010/12/10