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Dr. Haunt's Chamber of Fear
Be afraid of the things that go bump in the night as you make your way through a series of mazes, rooms and tunnels filled with maniacal clowns and bloodthirsty madmen. Go to the venue's official web site for a coupon for this intense $15 event, which is produced by students from North Central Texas College.
Nightmare At The Wax Museum
The Rotting Flesh Factory
Living Dead Nightmare Productions offers four weeks of fright with a PG-13 haunted house where visitors discover what truly whets the appetite of the Alvarez family. Fans of fright flicks can meet "Children of the Corn" star Courtney Gains and the man behind the makeup in "Jeepers Creepers," Jonathan Breck.
Houston Haunted Houses
At the Castle of Doom, explore a medieval fortress which still holds the evil that took place within its walls centuries before, while the inmates at The Sanitarium play mind games with visitors nearby. Once you've made your escape from the asylum, The Texas Chainsaw Maze awaits. Enjoy your monster mash with scary movies and music, which play for ticket holders in line.
Located on 30 acres, this five attraction site offers not only its time-tested trial of terror, Darke Institute, but also Simon Fowler Woods, 3-D Clown Phobia, the Asylum, and Claustrophobia, the venue's latest addition. Go to Phobia's official web site for a discount coupon to the event. Due to the intensity of the attractions, this event is not recommended for young children.
If you can find your way through the outdoor Maze of Maniacs, check in to the Haunted Hotel, the first of three attractions under one roof. Who knows what evil lurks in the Edge of Darkness, the venue's following foray into fear, and the maniacal masterpieces that line the walls at Movie Monsters in 3-D. End your tour by paying your respects to the deranged departed lying in wait at the Tobias Strange Family Cemetery. Due to the graphic nature of the attraction, it is recommended that young children do not attend. Go to the venue's official web site for a discount coupon.
Terror on The Bayou
The train whistle mimics the screams of the passengers who dare to climb aboard the Runaway Fright Train, which makes a five mile trek through the Piney Woods. Family-friendly trips are scheduled for the early evening hours, while a PG-13 version is available as the clock creeps closer to the witching hour. Also, traverse the underground Tunnel of Doom, now a part of the Creepy Screamin' Maze, an acre-long lineup of frightening effects. Little monsters can scare up a good time at the haunted playhouse.
Face four times the fear at Texas Scaregrounds at Kennedale Acres. Don't get severed from your scream mates at Chaos Haunted House, one of the largest gut-wrenching residences in the US, or join the inmates for a mad march through Asylum Haunted House. While you can tremble as your dreams transform into dementia at Nightmares Haunted House, families looking for more fun than fright can hop aboard the Acres of Fear Haunted Hay Ride.
Phantasms Halloween Screampark
Prepare for five times the fright at this haunt. The gruesome grins of big top clowns greet you at Dr. Mead's Circus of Madmen and Monsters, and death is only the beginning at The Haunted Egyptian Temple of Anubis, where visitors unravel the mysteries of the immortal pharaohs. An 8,000-suqare-foot demonic domicile, Mead Manor is filled with the creatures of the night, while at a Nightmare in the House of Wax a crazed wax sculptor pours on the gore with a SAW-inspired attraction that cuts to the bone. Finally, set sail for insanity as you board the Flying Dutchman at Pirates of the Scarebean.
13th Street Morgue and Reindeer Manor
Those who like attractions with more shivers than screams, Reindeer Manor offers a virtual theater of the macabre set in a mansion with a truly petrifying past. Scaring souls for more than three decades, the Red Oak residence also offers haunted hayrides, a monster maze and free showings of horror classics.
Also located on the grounds of Reindeer Manor is the 13th Street Morgue, which along with Uncle Stinky's Playhouse completes a triad of terror. Filled with authentic funereal props, this attraction is to die for.
Nightmare on Grayson
Scaring citizens of The Alamo City for nearly 20 years, this haunted attraction also features the family fun of FestEvil, a carnival-style atmosphere complete with flame throwers, a magician, face painting and tarot card and palm readings.
Thrillvania/ Verdun Manor
Considered one of the top haunted attractions in the nation, creatures at the thrill park's many different attractions lie in wait to send a shiver up your spine. The horror of "The Island of Dr. Moreau" is conjured up inside haunted Verdun Manor, and the surrounding grounds are no safer as you make your way through Voodoo Bayou. The restless soul of Lady Cassandra torments the trespassers who enter Cassandra's Labyrinth of Terror, and the specters who roam the estate are gathered together at Granny Lupus's Seance Theatre. Go to the venue's official web site to sign up for a $2 coupon.
Phobia Haunted Houses
Operated by the same masters of mayhem that have produced Houston's Phobia Haunted Houses since 1996, experience double the dread at Mania and Darke World.
Museum of Horrors
Patrons can enjoy twice the terror at this facility, which houses both the Museum of Horrors and The Chainsaw Nightmare Haunted House, which brings the iconic fright flick to life. Before your blood runs cold from fear, donate a pint at the Red Cross blood drive, which takes place on the grounds of the facility on October 6 and 7-- free admission and a T-shirt are awarded to those who give one pint.
Screams Halloween Theme Park
As All Hallow's Eve nears, the grounds of Scarborough Renaissance Festival are transformed into The World's Largest Halloween Theme Park, where medieval mayhem awaits those who dare to enter the Castle of Darkness, the venue's most popular attraction. Anarchy reigns inside the Arcane Asylum, while a crazed clown causes chaos at Terror Visions In 3D and time traveling trick- or-treaters can get sucked into The Black Hole and encounter a T-Rex and history's most notorious night stalker, Jack The Ripper. Tiny terrors 12 and under can enjoy the park's fear-free zone, Spooky Hollow.
Not So Scary Halloween
For an old-fashioned, family-oriented evening, dress the kids in costumes and enjoy live entertainment, camp fire food and nature activities.
Darkwood Haunted Mall
We all know that shopping can be a nightmare, and nowhere is it more so than in this monster-filled mall. 3D Mania will magnify the terror as groups of 4-6 people try to escape 21 rooms and a haunted elevator.
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