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Browse through a large number of Haunted Houses and other Haunted Places in Minnesota. Each year we bring you the scariest places in Minnesota and this year is no different. So get out and find a Haunted Place or some other Haunted House in Minnesota and get your scare on!
Haunted House in Chaska, MN MN
SCREAMTOWN is one of the biggest haunted events in the Twin cities. ALL NEW FOR 2009...WE HAVE GONE BIGGER, SCARIER, MORE MONSTERS, MORE OF WHAT YOU WANT. SCREAMTOWN is located in Chaska, MN on Highway 212. Visit www.screamtown.com for more details.
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Deadview Cemetery 2011
Haunted House in Cottage Grove MN
Deadview Cemetery has been terrifying people young and old for over 14 years now. Our cemetery and other scenes are very dark and horrifying and will leave you running in terror.
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Support Our Troops Haunted House3
Haunted House in Farmington Minnesota
Our 8th year. Great fun for the whole family, although not recommended for children under the age of 7 or those with health-related issues. Food stand on site. Entertainment provided by "Footsteps Dance Studio". All proceeds go to supporting our soldiers and their families.
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TheDead End Hayride
Haunted House in wyoming mn
All new this year! This all outdoor event offers everything and then some, for you and your party to come out and have a great night. With a haunted cornfield, walk through the woods and haunted hayride, you will never see the same thing twice.
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MINNESOTA Haunted House News
Minnesota haunted houses is located in Chaska. Chaska haunted house presents Meltdown at Sector 666, The Farmers Revenge, Cracked, Abandoned, Circus Asylum, Oak Blood Forest, Redneck Resort
Minnesota the land of 10,000 lakes is a state which began with the fur trade of the past. Many immigrated here to trade the most beautiful furs with the Native Americans. Over time logging, wheat farming, and milling took over. With increased logging, the shipping and railroad industries flourished. Minnesota was a main travel route through the north to Seattle, by the railroad. St. Paul and Minneapolis grew into the twin cities. As a relatively new state during the Civil War, Minnesota, when called to serve the Union, sent 22,000 soldiers. The Minnesota Infantry was pivotal in the Battle of Gettysburg; however this battle was one of the most violent, bloody, gruesome, horrific battles and left hundreds sick, injured, hungry, dismembered, or dead. The sight of the violent bloody war and stench of death stained the psyche and will forever haunt the ones who returned. At the same time the Dakota War of 1862 broke out within the state. The Natives were at battle with the settlers. After an initial killing of a family of settlers, the Dakota were at war. In less than a week, almost 400 settlers and government workers perished in the bloody battles. This war went on for six weeks. When it was over, the trials of 425 Native Americans for their participation ended in convictions. 38 of those were hanged in the largest execution in the United States; all others were sentenced to prison. Deaths that left the souls angered still wander Minnesota. Lost in purgatory between life and death, these souls return to seek revenge. Fortunately, these souls are gathered and kept restrained until their energy and anger release them from their bondage to let them roam free during the tenth month of every year after the fall harvest. Wounded, dismembered, infected, cold and hungry have left these souls in purgatory to forever complete their mission. Souls have converged in the many haunted houses, haunted hayrides, haunted mazes, ghost tours, paranormal activity, attractions and more. Attracted by Halloween, they converge in the portals that are opened during Halloween. The intense energy they expel helps the living keep them at bay for the remainder of the year. Unfortunately, they must return and do their bidding as part of their mission in purgatory. Minnesota is a portal to the depths of the under-world. Demons and messengers of the under-lord return to experiment on the living. Hidden dungeons and chambers are opened under the pure evil and energy of the spirits who are unaware of how to cross over. Minnesota is home to the many haunted attractions and haunted houses that are well-known in the haunt world. These attractions have been selected as America’s Best Haunts, Haunted Attraction Magazine, seen on local television, radio stations, and newspapers. Visit the haunted world of twisted and deranged haunted houses, scream parks, haunted hotels, haunted caves, haunted farms and barns, haunted stables and trails, haunted mazes, attractions and more. Find the most innovative animatronics, scary monsters, creepy zombies, demented demons, crazed clowns, creatures from the depths of the underworld, cutting edge technology, and bring your nightmares to life right here in Minnesota. Don’t wait for a review, check it out yourself! When searching for haunted houses online, we are just a click away.
Scream Town boasts five attractions in Chaska, Minnesota. Secluded just outside the city lights, you will find a remote corn field and haunted forest. Just the drive into Scream Town will give you the creeps. Tons of NEW sets, props, actors, and effects for 2012. Terror in the Corn is the twin cities largest and scariest haunted corn maze. This is no ordinary maze; even the corn has grown to a monstrous 12 feet high. Monsters and surprises lurk all around, searching for the screams and heart pounding adrenaline that they are drawn to. Don’t miss the meat locker or the farmer’s house to walk through, they are a scream. Take a night stroll through the Oak Blood Forest and be cautious, for the Blood family is enslaved amongst the trees and they do not like visitors. Will you find your way out of the forest or fall prey to the creatures within. There is no safety of a wagon or a guide, so beware of all the creatures that have been released during the months of the fall harvest for they are searching for victims to experiment on. Hillbilly Motel is accepting reservation and is waiting for your arrival. Bubba and his cousins will have you laughing and screaming at the way they do business, and hurrying to check out. We won’t leave the lights on for ya. Screamtown was forced to construct one of the largest Asylums in Minnesota to house the most crazy, most sinister, most bizarre circus freaks and keep them contained in the Circus Asylum. It may appear to be safe, but your encounter within the walls of the Circus Asylum may not be. Circus Asylum boasts being one of the largest wooden mazes in Minnesota, and all the freaks you think you can handle. Brave Rabid Alley in Screamtown, it is a sensory overload. Hurry down the 500 ft. Alley of Death with more things to see, be careful they are rabid. Enhanced with state-of-art special effects, don’t get bitten you will not recover the terror inside. Great food, great fun, and terror await!