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Haunted Island
Haunted House in Schuylkill Haven Pennsylvania
Haunted Island is a haunted hayride along the Schuylkill River in Schuylkill Haven, PA. It is a non-profit event to raise funds to develop "Island Park", a recreational facility to include sports fields, pavilion, bike path, etc. Refreshments available. Don't miss it!

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Haunted Summitview
Haunted House in New Castle PA
Small front yard drive-by Halloween display for children and adults young at heart.

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Huston's Haunted Hollow
Haunted House in Rockwood
Huston's Haunted Hollow - A Somerset County Halloween tradition for 17 years. Completely redesigned for 2013 with frightening new characters and brand new scares!

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Mischief Manor
Haunted House in Elizebeth
A family friendly destination, a place that will scare you but leave you wanting more.

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Pennsdale Haunted Barn
Haunted House in Pennsdale PA
Pennsdale Haunted Barn, Corn Maze and Hayride. We are waiting for you Every Friday and Saturday in October.

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Pennsdale Haunted Barn, HayRide and Corn Maze
Haunted House in Pennsdale PA
Come on out for a night of frights at Pennsdale Vol Fire Company’s Haunted Barn and Hayride. This years haunted attraction will be held at the old butcher shop barn on the grounds of Pennsdale Fire company, at 261 Village Road.Enter if you dare..

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PureTerror Screampark
Haunted House in Chester
Orange County New York Largest and Scaries Haunted Screampark with 3 Hugh haunted houses... The Butchers Revenge, Terror under the Big Top in 3D, House of Terror Come experience the terror for yourself only at Pureterror Screampark

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Segway Ghost Tour
Haunted House in Philadelphia CA
Hear stories of witches, treachery and murder in the birthplace of America. Discover the dark secrets, frightening truths of the supernatural in the heart of Philadelphia. Glide like a spirit through Philly's legendary past, from colonial times to present day...on a Segway!

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Temple Of Terror
Haunted House in Pottstown Pennsylvania
Freemason's Stichter Lodge is opening the doors to their Temple for another season of fear! Enter a genuine Masonic Lodge where terror is lurking behind every twist and turn!

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Terror Film Festival
Haunted House in Philadelphia PA
Imagine it’s a cold, dark, spooky night. The wind is howling. The clock strikes midnight. There’s a knock at the door. Carefully you open the door to find, it’s Terror Film Festival calling! Full of zombies, werewolves, vampires, and MORE!

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Pennsylvania Haunted House News

Pennsylvania has some of the scariest and best reviewed haunted houses. Pennsylvania haunted houses are scattered all over the state. Mountville and Uniontown are located around Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh Haunted Houses include The Scare House, Field of Screams, and Haunted Hill Estates. The Forsaken, Pittsburch Zombies, Creepo’s Christmas in 3D and The Basement are including in Scarehouse; plenty to keep your heart racing.  Make plans to visit Philadelphia. Philadelphia’s Haunted House hot spot includes some of the best reviews by Haunted Attraction Magazine are Terror Behind the Walls at Eastern State Penitentiary’s and Pennhurst. Haunted hayrides and 3D Alien Encounter are all part of Horrorfest at Shady Brook Farm.  Brave the unknown at Lulu’s House of Horrors in Plymouth MeetingLehighton Haunted Houses will have you screaming at The Haunting at The Waldorf Hotel and The Terror in the Corn Hayride. Don’t give up on fright.  Come play in the cemetery at the Haunted House in The Hollow. Other Pennsylvania haunted attractions include Jason’s Wood Haunted Attractions, Frightland, Arasapha Farms Haunted Hayride, Bates Motel, Hotel of Horror Haunted House, Halls of Horror, and Shocktoberfest.  A little off the path but worth the drive is Spook Haven Haunted House in Mill Hall.


Pennsylvania, the Keystone State, rich in our country's pivotal history, has seen many bloody gruesome deaths. Many men, women, and children have lost their lives to war, disease, dismemberment, and accidents. From early on in Pennsylvania's history, the Native Americans have had an impact on our state. Many of the cities, towns, waterways, townships, and counties have been named from the tribes who resided here long before settlers forced them west. The Susquehanna, Monongahela, Schuylkill, and the Delaware Rivers; Nanticoke, Shawnee, Lehigh, and Erie to name a few, are all names from the American Indians who were here first. Pennsylvania has had many gruesome, bloody battles and lives lost from the east coast of Philadelphia to the west coast of Pittsburgh. Civil War General, General Braddock, his army was slaughtered on the Monongahela River. During the Civil War, many men lost their lives in Gettysburg. Gettysburg was considered the bloodiest battle of the Civil War. Fighting for the freedom from slavery, our country at war was evolving at the same time. Pennsylvania, a state with land rich for farming, cities full of manufacturing plants, and shipyards spilling over with textiles, provided the: food, weapons, ammunition, ships, iron and steel that were vital to the war efforts. Nearly 350,000 Pennsylvanians served in the Civil War. Many died in battles, bloody dismemberment, infection, starvation, dysentery, and brutal accidents. These violent battles of the war were over the brutal treatment of slavery. The wealthy southern wealthy plantation owners wanted slavery; the north believed in equality and believed everyone in our country should be free. This war lasted for years until it ended with the bloodiest, most gory, three (3) day Battle of Gettysburg. Three long days, an awful bloody 50,000 deaths, countless injured, the most brutal and violent fighting had come to a climax. The indescribable stench of death in the air from the summer heat burns in the souls of men who survived. The tens of thousands of men, tortured souls left behind on the battlefield. Gettysburg, on the most beautiful day, will make the hair stand up on the back of your neck, awaken your senses, for you can feel the spirits enslaved in the purgatory of war, still wandering the battlefield, lost for all eternity. History of war is not our only hell, coal mining and manufacturing at an all-time high, was party to the industrial revolution. Many deaths on the floors of the manufacturing plants occurred daily. There were no safety devices on machinery. Many men, women, and children were at risk. Once injured, you may have never returned. Many souls do not know if you lived or died. And the coal mining industry was just as horrible. If you heard the whistle blow during the middle of the day, you knew there was a mine collapse. Women and children gathered at the entrance of the mines to see who is still alive, and/or who would be widowed. Many miners suffocated under the weight of the rocks, lack of oxygen, or gases exposed during mining which prevented them from breathing. Miners, with their faces, black as the coal they were mining, worked from sun up until sun down, and did not see the light of day six months out of the year. The cold, damp mines, gave way to illnesses you could never recover from. Even in World War 2, the number of Pennsylvanians serving, was extremely high. One in every seven men serving was from Pennsylvania. More war, although not on our home soil, the ones who returned were never the same. With all these people also came some of the most notorious prisons for the most dangerous bank robbers, murderers, and thieves. Tortured through experimentation, rehabilitation through solitary confinement, labor in the system, has enslaved the souls to the most evil, sick, revengeful, and cruel followers of the under-lord below. From the gruesome and violent battles, brutal wars to the industrialization of our state, Pennsylvania has seen its share and now we are paying the price. Our state rich in the evils of history is now one of the area’s best in the haunt world. From Wilkes-Barre to Harrisburg, Pittsburgh to Philadelphia, where ever you travel, the haunted houses, haunted houses in Philadelphia and paranormal activity are plentiful. Pennsylvania is pivotal in the vortex of evils and in the history of our country. Pennsylvania contains the spirits of many whose deaths left angry spirits behind. Known for a multitude of the scariest haunted houses, paranormal activity, haunted mazes, haunted hayrides, ghost tours, paranormal activity, attractions and evil, Pennsylvania is a portal to the depths of the haunt world. Demons and messengers of the under-lord return to experiment and do research in their dungeons and chambers in the chill of the fall under the spells of pure wickedness. Philadelphia to Pittsburgh from Wilkes-Barre to Harrisburg is home to many haunted attractions that are well known in the haunt world. The haunted houses are well worth the trip. These attractions have been seen on the Weather Channel, the Travel Channel, www.americasbesthaunts.com, and many of the local Philadelphia, Wilkes-Barre, Pittsburgh, and Harrisburg television, radio stations, newspapers, and magazines. Visit this haunted world of twisted and deranged haunted houses, forests, trails, farms, mazes, hotels, asylums, penitentiaries, castles, indoor and outdoor attractions. Pennsylvania State is at the top of the haunt world and considered the area’s best haunted attractions. Find the most innovative animatronics, scary monsters, creepy zombies, demented demons, creatures from the depths of the underworld, cutting edge technology and have your nightmares brought to life right here in Pennsylvania. Visit our homepage to start your search for haunted houses: http://hauntedhouse.com/


Terror Behind the Walls, housed inside the Eastern State Penitentiary, is a real abandoned prison, with the evil spirits of the once known most expensive and world famous prison, is now a portal in the haunt world from the dilapidated cell blocks to the vacant prison towers. The Penitentiary is an unnerving place during the year for visitors, but during the fall all the evils spirits conjure their energy to open the portal from the haunt world to show the Terror Behind the Walls. Known as America's largest haunted attraction, Terror Behind the Walls was Ranked #1 in America by AOL. Visit cell blocks, Al Capone's cell, Death Row, underground isolation cell under Cell Block 14, and more with the Eastern State After Dark VIP tour. Internationally renowned, incredible Gothic architecture, with Hollywood-quality sets, custom props, animatronics and more, Eastern State Penitentiary and Terror Behind the Walls are the culmination of the years of evils, of the blood thirsty souls of criminals whom are enslaved within the walls of Terror. Terror Behind the Walls consists of six haunted attractions within the 30' high fortress walls of the castle like penitentiary. The Gauntlet, Lock Down, Infirmary, the Experiment 3D, Night Watch, and Breakout will bring you to your knees with fear. Terror Behind the Walls has become and International Halloween event for thrill-seekers throughout the world. Buy your tickets in advance before they will sell out. Terror Behind the Walls at the Eastern State Penitentiary, a prison designed for the true Penitent man, walls which were built to change the behavior of inmates through “confinement in solitude with labor", as noted in the website. Come to Philadelphia to feel the fear at a Philadelphia haunted house. For a list of Haunted Houses in Philadelphia you can go here: Haunted House Philadelphia

Field of Screams in Mountville, Pennsylvania, has three terrifying attractions for a non-stop adventure you will never forget. A 160-year-old barn is home to the Den of Darkness and its grotesque inhabitants. Built during the 1800s, the barn was converted into a farmhouse, and then a hotel. Tragically, over 100 guests of the hotel perished in a fire that left their anguished souls behind. Three floors of dark halls and narrow passageways accommodate the many occupants as their shrieks of terror harass you on your journey. Be forewarned- they want your soul to stay forever, too. Only the bravest will escape The Den of Darkness. The Frightmare Asylum is housed inside the Applegate Mental Institution, a leading research facility that prevailed in the early 1900s. It is four stories of sheer terror as the demented ghosts of psychotic patients and disturbed doctors torture you with their deranged minds and twisted experiments. Movie-quality scenes and cutting-edge special effects add to the horror you will experience. Checking in is easy; visitors become trapped in the mind-altering, bone-chilling torment inside the walls of The Frightmare Asylum. Checking out is another story. Once you embark on The Haunted Hayride, there is no turning back. Deep inside the Field of Screams cornfield, your worst nightmares spring to life amidst the tall, dark, swaying rows of corn. You will stumble upon numerous torture devices so heinous they are seemingly ripped from the Dark Ages. See why the Field’s residents enjoy when misfortunate visitors trespass on their camp. What happens when Rednecks mix gas, guns, and fire? You will discover the answer first-hand. Lethal arcs of electricity from a giant Tesla coil will astound you as you pass just inches from the lightning. As you creep by the threatening voltage, will you fall prey as the next experiment victim? Experience the Chill of Field of Screams, where terror stalks methodically in search of random victims. Are you strong enough to survive?

Arasapha Farms Haunted Hayride and Bates Motel in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania just outside of Philadelphia, was rated the #1 haunted Attraction for 2010 and 2011 by USA Today, featured on the Travel Channel, and considered one of the best haunted attractions in America and haunted houses in Philadelphia. Featuring multiple attractions, the Arasapha Farm Haunted Hayride and Bates Motel Philadelphia haunted house are easy to check in, but not so easy to check out. The Haunted Hayride is the only attraction that welcomes all ages. For over 20 years the hayride has been amazing visitors with their state-of-the-art props and digital FX, professional actors and incredible makeup and costumes. The hayride is a 25 minute ride through the dark forest of Arasapha Farm. This action packed, heart pounding ride is filled with amazingly detailed sets, monsters, fire, and more. Bates Motel is the most incredible haunted house with special effects, digital sound and lights like you have never seen before. Up close and personal, the Bates Motel inhabitants will terrorize even the most experienced haunted enthusiast. The Bates Motel is a high startle, action packed event not recommended for young children. The Haunted Corn Trail is a terrifying walk through show with buildings and sets unique to the industry. Incredible animatronic monsters will keep you guessing whether they are man or machine. A High tech event, the Haunted Corn Trail has more intense, creepy scares, and, once inside you will agree that the Haunted Corn Trail is equivocally the best haunted corn maze in the country.

Now entering our 27th year Jason's Woods Haunted Attraction in Lancaster, Pennsylvania is a must see to believe multiple haunted house attraction. Featuring 5 full length attractions and 2 complimentary mazes this extraordinary mix of actors, cutting edge animation, insane special effects and sound will exceed your expectations! Do you dare to challenge the new Horrifying Hayride where bizarre mayhem and a host of degenerate junkyard creatures are waiting for you! Beware for this is not the first time they have hunted human! Will you survive The Barn of Terror, when you’re worst nightmares come to life, and you are forced to choose between escape and certain doom? Experience the Pirate’s Revenge, in senses shattering 3-D, where you can hunt for the lost Zombie Pirate treasure chest but beware of the consequences of finding it! Find yourself Lost in Jason’s Woods, where the bloodthirsty werewolves look for warm flesh to satisfy their insatiable hunger. Follow your trusted guide into the entrance of their forbidden cave for a narrow escape or spend the rest of your days disoriented, wandering the dense, unforgiving forest forever searching…. The new Carnival of Fear houses our insane clowns who feed on your screams and want nothing more than to add you to the collection of lost souls trapped under the ominous shadow of the Big Top. Enjoy a walk through the Mystery Maze. While you stumble along finding your way among the dead ends and wrong turns you are being watched by infamous, calculating, villains who have forever to stalk their prey. Reunions with the claws and knives of old friends await… The lights of the enormous 1930's style theatre beckon you to enter into a new world of illusion and fear, The Grand Theatre Experience at Jason’s Woods! Feel your sanity slip away, as you are transported to a world where haunted attraction meets film for an experience like no other. Are you the lead role or just another helpless victim? If you think you’ve seen it all, think again! No one does Halloween like The New Jason’s Woods 2012! HorrorFest at Shady Brook Farm In a dark corner of historic Bucks County, PA awaits HorrorFest at Shady Brook Farm, a short drive from New Jersey, New York, Delaware, and Maryland. HorrorFest features four thrilling attractions: the Hayride of Horror, Barn of Horror, 3-D Alien Encounter, and Carnage. Take a creepy wagon ride through the deep, dark woods on the Hayride of Horror and encounter spine-tingling fun along the way. Braver souls will want to try the Barn of Horror where terrifying ghouls and goblins lurk around every corner, trying to keep their visitors from ever leaving again. Step into the 3D Alien Encounter and step outside of the realm of reality. Experience a mind-bending, extraterrestrial adventure that is out of this world. Enter Carnage, where all of your favorite childhood stories are turned into bloody nightmares. Wind your way through this scary corn maze and encounter your worst dreams face to face. Shady Brook Farm has spent decades sowing fear. Come reap the terror lying in its fields. Can you handle the harvest?

Lu Lu’s House of Horrors in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, is voted the weirdest and most bizarre haunted house. Board a creaky wagon and be transported through the haunted woods to the deadly graveyard where you can find your way to the 200 year old house of horrors. Dare to enter the house for some old fashioned style haunted house scares. Survive the assortment of creepy things, monsters, wolves and electrocutions only to enter the corn maze to complete the mayhem. Looking for a weird and bizarre time, come to Lulu’s House of Horrors and leave fulfilled.

Demon House in Monongahela, Pennsylvania is a genuine 100-year old haunted stone mansion. Creepy now, instead of a line, you get a number and are able to wander the grounds of this evil, expansive house of evil. Enjoy the heat of the bonfire and comfort of the picnic table until you can work up the courage to enter the Demon House. The mansion has held many secrets of the past including the fact that the mansion sits upon the burial ground of over 70 unmarked graves. When unearthed, these souls unleashed evil on the land and in the Demon House. It is believed a woman named Carla who lived in the home was an evil witch. People came from worlds away to have her heal what ails them and demon possessed souls. Eventually Carla and a child named Liam disappeared. The sheriff went inside and what he saw in the basement was horrifying. Returning to do an investigation, seven men went into the house. None of these men ever came out and no one was ever seen at the house again. It remained empty until 2004 when it was opened to the public for viewing as the Demon House. Are you brave enough to see what is inside?

The ScareHouse is Pittsburgh’s Ultimate Haunted House on the western side of Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh is a short trip from Ohio, and located just 2 hours from Cleveland. Voted one of America’s Scariest Halloween Attractions by Travel Channel, (one of) The Scariest Haunted Houses in America by USA Today, Forbes, Fangoria, and Haunted Attraction Magazine. The Scarehouse features three haunts for one price. Forsaken takes you into an abandoned house filled with damned souls. No happiness is found in this death trap of insanity. Your brain may never be the same after you enter a demented 3-D journey into your worst nightmares. Pittsburgh Zombies is a tribute to our city’s living dead legacy as Zombie Capital of the World. Enter a real life Walking Dead Apocalypse into one of America’s Best Haunted Houses: The ScareHouse!

Haunted House in the Hollow, Sleepy Hollow Hayride in Newtown, Pennsylvania - The House in the Hollow is a ghost story come to life. Known for High Tech effects, it is run by Theater people but, only ghosts inhabit it today. Malfate Manor, its tragic history began with the Malfate family who originally built the now haunted mansion with seventeen rooms, including the cellars with see-through ghosts appearing and vanishing before your eyes. The ancient graveyard beside the house is choked in perpetual fog, and is the only way out. Since then it has been used as a hotel, a funeral parlor, and even was an asylum for a few years. In every case disaster struck. Sleepy Hollow Hayride will take you into the hollow for a 1¼-mile excursion past deserted farm buildings and through acres of woods, fields and the farm cemetery. Keep your eyes open. The cornfields and autumn foliage--so beautiful by day--have an unsettling eeriness at night. Especially when walking through the large Field of Fright. We dare not mention the many horrors that been reported by those who return. Beware of the headless horseman if you hear the hooves of his horse approaching the wagon. It has been said the ghost of Krazy Karl still drives the old farm combine. Be sure to keep your loved ones close to you at all times.

The Haunting at the Waldorf: Fright Nites are back at The Country Junction featuring The Haunting at the Waldorf Hotel!! That’s right, all the terror that is the Waldorf Hotel has found a new home on Rt. 209, Interchange Rd in Lehighton, PA with three all new haunts. Come face to face with your worst nightmares on Terror in the Corn Haunted Hayride. Think your safe ‘cause you’re tucked in that wagon, think again! If the corn decides to keep you there’s no escape!! Want some more…then try to survive the Zombie Apocalypse!! It’s the end of the world and all that’s left are you and the walkers. Find your way to the safe zone or get turned into the undead yourself. Scared yet? The Waldorf Hotel is still waiting, calling for you to come in. You see the hotel is filled with the souls of the dead, restless and looking for revenge on all who dare to enter. Will you escape the horror within or will your soul get added to its collection. Enter to find out, we dare you!!!

Pennhurst Asylum in Spring City, Pennsylvania is housed in the original 1908 administrative building of the State School. A hospital themed walk through attraction with a combination of the high-tech animatronics, fantastic actors, and digital sound will take you to a terrifying time period in the history of the Asylum. Wind through the labyrinth of old cells, dank damp halls and see the human experimentation that went wrong in The Dungeon of Lost Souls. Details and special effects add to the incredible illusions that will leave you repulsed and in awe. The Tunnel Terror, underneath the grounds of the facility first named, Pennhurst Home for the Feeble Minded and Epileptic, houses a 900 foot-long gauntlet filled with catacombs and monsters to frighten even the bravest of souls. The fourth attraction is a self-guided tour of the Mayflower Building. Don’t be fooled by the name, we give you a flashlight and let you proceed without us for the Ghost Hunt is reportedly the most active building of lost souls and tortuous spirits whom roam through the dormitories. Featured on Ghost Adventures and Ghost Hunters, only the most courageous enter, only the living are allowed leaving.

Spook Haven Haunted House in Lock Haven Pennsylvania is the most unusual haunted attraction in the Valley. With the wicked history of the land, house and factory Spookhaven has become a portal of evil. Many stories have been told of the “Death Marsh” where scalped souls wander the land in search of solace from the evil of the brutal frontier life. Through the industrialization of Pennsylvania, although the land was cursed, a wealthy man purchased this land and built a factory and mansion, to flaunt his wealth. Unusual unexplained occurrences haunted the workers at the factory. Visions of Indians walking through the factory, whistling sounds from an employee who perished, and sounds of footsteps when no one was there, made them uneasy. Death from freak accidents occurred weekly. High production and seven days a week hours drove the employees into a crazy mayhem and brought them to an unusual brutality to the owner and his family. Neither the employees nor the family were found alive.

Shocktoberfest located about an hour west of Philadelphia in Reading is Pennsylvania's Premier Haunted Theme Park. Your fear of The Unknown will tantalize your every sense. Are you afraid of the dark or small tight spaces, snakes or spiders, water or fire, The Unknown will find your fear and exploit your senses. This sci-fi journey will overwhelm your every sense with never-seen-before computer controlled 3D video, animatronics, lights and sound effects, and over 20 years of industry experience for a thrill like no other. Welcome to the Willow Glen State Penitentiary or Prison of the Dead. This, now condemned, prison allows you to view the mistreatment and inhumane torture experienced by the souls who are trapped within the walls. Souls seeking revenge on the guards and warden may mistake you for one of them, so beware, if caught your sentence will be death. Take a tour through the industrial park we call BioHazard Haunted Hayride. Rumors said that this area is dormant due to zombies whom have decided to make this their home. Enjoy a night out of dancing with Ghouls Gone Wild at Club Shock. Today’s hottest music is for everyone over 15 years old as no spirits are served, but guys and ghouls have a blast. Hungry for more, join us at Monster Midway for a burger and fries, funnel cake or steak sandwich. Enjoy games of skill and chance. Just remember, no place is safe at Shocktoberfest!

Haunted Hills Estates is located in Uniontown, Pennsylvania just a short drive from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Morgantown, West Virginia. The Haunted Adventures at The Haunted Hills Estates begins on the spooky streets to the three adventures. Enjoy one, two, or all three adventures through the Haunted Hills Estates. Challenge Trail will test your crew as you descend into the haunted woods for a pirate’s voyage with a treasure map and the challenges set forth. You begin at the Pirate Skull entrance for a test of courage and crew. Try to navigate, twist and turn your way through Legends. The barn that is over 200 years old holds the evils of histories past. Where will you turn, be careful where you run. Uninvited guests are displayed for your warning of what is to come, when you are not welcome. Don’t be too concerned, we have an Emergency Medical Team waiting for you in the end where shots are free and the nurses can really wrap. Only the bravest can navigate The Chamber of Chills. Can you find your way through the chambers of the 7 deadly sins and make it to the 8th? Will you find the last chamber or fall victim to the horrifying wicked adventure through The Chamber of Chills. Don’t wait for a review, challenge your own fears and test those of your friends and family. Whatever you do don’t come alone for this adventure will have you screaming for more.

Hotel of Horror is located in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania. This seemingly small quaint town in the Pocono Mountains holds the most gruesome secrets and welcomes you to experience the Horror of this centuries old mountain resorts history. The Legendary Abandoned Lake House Hotel houses three state of the art attractions which will blow you away. Check in is easy, but the rest will take you on a journey through the process of dying and afterlife. We welcome you to The Burial Below for an experience you will not forget. The Hotel of Horror houses a portal to the evils from hell and is a haunted house which has been able to harness the evils during the year. Once the chill in the air and the harvest begin, the evil energy can no longer be contained. Enter The Doll House for your childhood nightmares come to life, your fears of years ago will return for the most tormenting challenge to your visions of the evils of childhood altered nightmares. The Exhibition Macabre is open for viewing the historical experimentation displays of the realities of our horrific past. The medical devices, preparation for the deceased, and memorialization of life during the darkest hours will bring the reality of the most horrific and sinister facts of history to reality.

Hotel of Horror is the official location of what promises to be the scariest film of 2012 – “6 Degrees of Hell” http://www.sixdegreesmovie.com/ Hell checks in at the Hotel of Horror, will you be able to check out? Don’t wait for a review; come and challenge you own fears in the haunt world of evil and torment. This is not a haunted house to take lightly, for your torment is our pleasure at the Hotel of Horror.