On a Hunt to Find the Scariest Haunted Houses to Visit This Halloween

Posted by on October 15, 2015

Halloween is only a few weeks away. If you want to go a spooky kind of adventure, instead of trick-or-treating in your neighborhood, then you might want to visit one (or all) of these haunted houses all over the U.S.

McKamey Manor

San Diego, California

What makes the McKamey Manor so popular is that it advertises itself not only as a haunted house, but also an interactive place where you can live your own horror movie. In fact, no one under 21 years old would be admitted inside the horror house. If your idea of an awesome holiday is as exciting and scary as what they offer, then book a plane ticket to San Diego, California now.


Georgetown Morgue

Seattle, Washington

What will surely freak you out about this horror house is that it is located in grounds of a historic crematorium and where the controversial Seattle Crematorium Massacre. That should be enough reason you should travel to this part of Washington this Halloween.


Spooky Woods

High Point, North Carolina

Now, this place may be your usual scare house, but there are other activities that will keep your adrenaline pumping. For one, they have a zip line that takes you over a haunted corn field. There’s also a corn maze with a twist.


Bennett’s Curse

Jessup, Maryland

What makes this place one of the top horror houses to visit this Halloween is that one ticket admits you to its two main attractions, the House of the Vampires and Sanctuary of Insanity, where you’ll get tormented in a dark maze.


Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse of Horrors

Bellport, New York

This haunted house will blow you away with their tricks. A lot of people who’ve been there say that it’s all worth the trip because there’s nothing like it. What’s really great about this facility is that they also have attractions for younger kids who can’t be admitted to the horror house.

Get ready to be spooked when you decide to travel to one of these places this scary season.

Photos by: Joey GannonKarenJennifer C.Thomas Timlen

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