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Top 13 Haunted Houses in America


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If your Halloween tastes run toward the more sinister, then you'll definitely want to check out the rest of our spook-tacular list of America's (unlucky) thirteen most terrifying haunted houses.


Headless Horseman, Ulster Park, New York

Located in the Historic Haunted Hudson Valley, the Headless Horesman has not only been ranked a #1 haunted attraction, but it also has the #1 hayride, according to American Airlines Magazine. The property's forty-five acres of naturally landscaped property includes foreboding woods, surreal ponds, fruit orchards and more. Unlike many haunted houses, the Headless Horseman is "family oriented", with a one-mile hayride, labyrinth style corn maze, and concession stands.


Location:
778 Broadway, Route 9W
Ulster Park, NY 12487

Hours:
Open Friday - Sunday, throughout the month of October


For more information:
headlesshorseman.com
Phone: 845-339-2666


Spookywoods, Kersey Valley, North Carolina

This year-round haunted house annually invests $250,000 to revamp its show and make it even more terrifying. With cutting edge design and ticketing technology, Spookywoods plays host to tens of thousands of fear seekers each fall. Situated on a 55-acre farm, Spookywoods is the only haunted attraction in North Carolina


Location:
1615 Kersey Valley Road
High Point, NC 27263

Hours:
Throughout the month of October
Wednesday/Thursday/Sunday, 8pm to 10pm
Friday & Saturday, 8pm to 12am
Halloween Eve, 8pm to 12am


For more information: spookywoods.com



Erebus, Detroit, Michigan

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Erebus is the world's largest walk-through haunted attraction. The four-story home, located in Pontiac, Michigan, takes its name from the term referring to the darkness beneath the Earth, which the dead must pass through on their way to Hades.


Location:
18 Water Street
Pontiac, MI 48342

Hours:
During the month of October
Wednesday - Thursday and Sunday, 7 - 11 p.m.
Friday - Saturday, 7 p.m. - 1 a.m.
The week before Halloween
Open daily Sun - Thus, 7 - 11 p.m.
Halloween Eve - 7 p.m. - 1 a.m.


For more information:
Phone: (248) 332-7884



Cutting Edge, Dallas, Texas

Built in a 1920s warehouse, the Cutting Edge is truly terrifying. Frightening features include ghosts of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre (of course!), walking dead pirates and death-defying phantoms.


Location:
1701 E. Lancaster Ave.
Fort Worth, Texas 76102

Hours:
Sunday - Thursday, 7 - 10 p.m.
Friday - Saturday and Halloween Eve, 7 p.m. - midnight


For more information: cuttingedgehauntedhouse.com



Dent Schoolhouse, Cincinnatti, Ohio

With its Theatrical set design and expressive storytelling, it's hard to tell what's real or fake in this creepy house.


Location:
5963 Harrison Ave.
Cincinnati OH 45248

Hours:
Friday & Saturday: 7:30 pm - 12 am
Thursday & Sunday: 7:30 pm - 10 pm


For more information: frightsite.com



Nightmare on the Bayou, Houston, Texas

Located next to an actual graveyard, Nightmare on the Bayou is known to be the only Haunted house that is truly haunted. Also conveniently located next to the Partyboy costume store.


Location:
1515 Studmont St.
Houston, TX

Hours:
Thursday - Sunday, 7:30 pm


For more information:
nightmareonthebayou.com



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