Erebus was granted as the world's largest walk through haunted attraction by Guinness Book of World Records in 2005. It was opened in 2000 and is located in Pontiac, Michigan. It has some unique haunts like spooky ghosts, frightening decorations, strobe lights and scary haunted house props that can't be found anywhere else.
The Asylum haunted house is a great haunted house in Denver, Colorado. It is set in a damp and frowsty place overwhelmed with rats, spiders, snakes and unimaginable nightmares. In Asylum haunted house, visitors hear sound of footsteps, doors opening and closing, whispers, screams of tortured souls and also feels like someone is pushing a wheelchair. An important fact about this haunted house is that it is also been featured on the Travel Channel's show "America's Scariest Halloween Attractions."
In 1994, the Darkness haunted house began which is located in St. Louis, Missouri. It is one of the best and scariest haunted houses in America. The main attractions of this haunted house consists of amazing design, haunting animations, terror visions where you see a 3D haunted house and the monster museum which is filled with real Hollywood movie props.
Dent Schoolhouse located on Harrison Avenue in Cincinnati, Ohio is based on the real story of missing children from the school. The journey of this haunted house is about 30 minutes and is also rated as one of the longest haunted house in the country. It has almost 50 rooms and 50 actors throughout the house who scare and haunt the daring visitors inside the house. A new attraction of the school house is military-themed maze called Detention Hall.
Pennhurst Asylum is one of the best haunted houses in the country. It was initially an institute for the mentally and physically disabled, opened in 1908. This 120 acres haunted house has some unique features that make it really haunted. Featured on the Travel Channel, the Ghost Adventures crew have recorded many strange voices, noises and mysterious movement and documented this in their shows.
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