Best Haunted Houses of 2013

It’s that time of year again!  Time to get scared shitless!  While I’m not one for scary movies or horrifying pranks, there’s something about a haunted house I can’t get enough of.  Below are the scariest and most terrifying haunted houses.  Check them out… if you dare!

NEW YORK CITY:

Blood Manor: New York City’s Premier Haunted Attraction.  The haunted labyrinth combines over 15 themed rooms of horror with a pitch black maze and NYC’s only haunted 3-D maze , where guests receive 3-D glasses to view ghastly images as demons, monsters and ghouls stalk them.

Blackout Haunted House: If you’re like me and can’t walk through a haunted house alone, this one is NOT for you!  This 30 minute trail of terror must be conquered all by one’s lonesome.  And that’s not all.  To walk through this haunted house you must wear protective head-gear and do exactly as commanded by the actors.  The experience is extremely invasive, but don’t worry… there’s a safe word if things feel too out of control.  Not scared yet?  Well, just sign the mandatory waiver and off you go.

OTHER HAUNTED HOUSES:

Headless Horseman: In Ulster Park, NY lives one of the country’s scariest experiences.  With a one mile hayride, a labyrinth style corn maze, and three professionally created haunted houses, I doubt you’ll leave this place free of a fright!

Terror Behind the Walls:   Want the real thing?  This haunted house takes place inside an actual haunted prison, Eastern State Penitentiary, which has been featured on plenty of reality tv horror shows. They’ve also added a new leg to their experience — the Night Watch, where you’re plunged into total darkness and given a tiny flashlight, and you have to find your own way out

Thrillvania (Terrell, Texas):  This haunted house is one of the scariest destinations in the world.  Eight attractions are spread over 50 acres for an ultimate thrilling experience.  This fear farm is home to Verdun Manor, a two-story haunted house originally designed by Disney Imagineers and said to boast more props per square foot than any other haunted house in the country.

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