It’s September, which means we’re barely two months away from Halloween. But it’s not too early to visit a haunted house, is it? After all, it’s not like we need it to be October 31st for it to be send chills down our spine.
But the thing about haunted houses is that when we visit one, we are asked whether we are of legal age or we will be required to sign waivers. Basically, when we receive warnings like these, the more we become curious and interested in doing something.
And when Halloween comes, the more these haunted houses become very popular. People have different ways of celebrating this odd occasion. While some attend costume parties or go trick-or-treating in houses, others prefer to go to actual haunted houses.
By visiting these places, one will have an idea what it is like to be really scared. Each year, these houses are even getting better, bigger, and scarier than ever. Even so, many would still want to visit them anyway.
Here are 19 haunted houses that are becoming tourist attractions during Halloween:
19 of the Scariest Haunted Houses in the United States
13th Floor, Melrose Park, IL
The Dent Schoolhouse, Cincinnati, OH
Nightmare on the Bayou, Houston, TX
Blackout, New York / Los Angeles
Cutting Edge Haunted House, Fort Worth, TX
Wisconsin Fair Grounds, Waukesha, WI
House of Shock, New Orleans, LA
Haunted House Haunted Hoochie, Dead Acres, Pataskala, OH
Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, Weston, WV
The 13th Gate, Baton Rouge, LA
Field of Screams, Lancaster, PA
The Cult, North Conway, NH
Terror Behind the Walls, Philadelphia, PA
Netherworld, Norcross, GA
McKamey Manor, San Diego, CA
Disturbia Haunted Attraction, Huntsville, AL
Statesville Haunted Prison, Crest Hill, IL
Pennhurst Asylum, Spring City, PA
Thrillvania, Terrell, TX
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