Virginia Haunted Houses
Weavers Haunted Woods
Haunted House in Bealeton
HAUNTED WOODS in Virginia ONLY FOR THE STRONG AT HEART!!!.Kids under 10 may not be recommended. Starts every Friday and Saturday night in October and November 1 till 11:00 pm 10720 Weaversville rd. Bealeton, Virginia See you soon for a frighteningly good time
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Wicked Woods Haunted Forest
Haunted House in Spotsylvania VA
Virginia's sickest outdoor haunt returning for it's 7th year, bigger and better than ever! New for 2013 - 3 attractions- one low price!! 2012 featured The Walking Dead's "little girl zombie" actress Addy Miller ..stay tuned for details about 2013!
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Virginia Haunted House News
Virginia haunted houses are scattered throughout the state. Midlothian, Luray, and Richmond offer some outstanding haunted houses. Midlothian haunted houses has 3 scary attractions at Blood Lake Haunted Trail. Join the bloodbath at Deadtown Abbey, The Werehouse, and The Midlothian Coal Pit. Darkwood Manor presents The Lurking Horror. Visit the undead at Luray haunted houses. Visit the creepy that lurk in the forest in Richmond at Creepy Hollow Scream Park. Bring a friend, it’s never safe to enter Creepy Hollow Hayride or Scream Forest. Virginia haunted houses will entertain you for hours.
Virginia, is one of the 13 original colonies to become a state, is a state full of the bloody and gory history of war and slavery. Virginia was named for the “Virgin Queen” Elizabeth 1. Jamestown was settled by the English colonists and the farming of silk was the first export. However, blight killed off the food for the silkworm and tobacco rose to be the major export. As the tobacco industry grew so did the population of English and their slaves. Evolution of our country and the change from the most restrictive government and taxes to a new and freer society was occurring. Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence and soon thereafter the Revolutionary War broke out. Virginia was central. The bloody battles ensued, the experience brutal. When General George Washington captured the British at Yorktown in 1781, the Revolutionary War ended. Many were left injured, dismembered, infected, or dead. This had a devastating economic impact on the tobacco farming. With tobacco farming on the decline and the invention of the cotton gin in the south, many of the slave owners began selling off their slaves to the southern plantation owners. This separated families and divided the communities. Those who could would try to escape by way of the Underground Railroad. If caught, many times death was torture. When Abraham Lincoln called for Union troops to abolish the practice of slavery, Virginia a slave state, joined the Confederacy. The western section of Virginia split off and joined the Union, formed their own new government and became a new state of West Virginia. Virginia became a major theater of the Civil War. Defending Richmond was their ultimate goal. The Union knew they needed to take Richmond and all the skirmishes and battles along the way became blood baths. With was came the prisons. Old tobacco factories were turned into prisons. Stripped of any furnishings, the prisons were dirty, full of vermin, crowded, and they lacked proper ventilation. The summer heat stifling, the winters lacked sufficient heating. The prisoners had little to no supplies of food, clothing, or clean water. Death was at an all-time high. Whether you were fighting in battle or sitting in a prison, the experience was a hell on earth. This left the souls of the dead angry and resentful. The War continued and the death toll repulsive: The Seven Day battle 36,000 dead, Battle of Spotsylvania Court House 31,000, Battle of Chancellorsville 30,000, Battle of Wilderness 28,000, and the list goes on and on. Death hung in the air, the stench repugnant, so many left dead, the numbers were devastating. In the end, the Confederacy lost Richmond. General Lee surrendered in Appomattox. The death totals the highest of any war in history; Virginia holds this bloody gruesome history. Souls, many stuck between life and death, not knowing how to cross over. These souls were very angry and seeking revenge. Virginia was devastated by the Civil War. The state had to grow from the ground up. Again, through years of growth, the wealthy white businessmen took a one party democratic rule for the next 80 years. Virginia was a state that began regrowth with educating the children. Education was a key in the reconstruction of the state; however, segregation was a continued issue. Virginia fought the federal law to end segregation. Prince Edward County even closed the schools to stop the integration. This battle created more tension throughout the state. Eventually, Virginia had to succumb to the pressure and integrate the schools. All this negativity, anger, separation of the classes and races, has taken its toll on the souls who have been stuck in purgatory and serve the under-lord below. Tortured through war, prisons, separation by race and wealth 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, Virginia has seen its share and now is paying the price. Our state rich in the evils of history is now one of the area’s best in the haunt world. Where ever you travel, the haunted houses and paranormal activity are plentiful. Virginia is pivotal in the vortex of evils and in the history of our country. Virginia 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, Virginia 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. Virginia is home to 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 television, radio stations, newspapers, and magazines. Visit this haunted world of twisted and deranged haunted houses, forests, trails, farms, mazes, hotels, asylums, prisons, castles, indoor and outdoor attractions. Virginia state is at the top of the haunt world and considered the area’s best for 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 Virginia. When searching for haunted houses online, Virginia is well known in the haunt world. Don’t wait for a review, come on down and check it out for yourself!
Blood Lake Haunted Trail returns to Windy Hill with two all-new, terrifying attractions that will send you screaming into the night. Don’t miss Richmond, Virginia’s most twisted, cruel and unusual haunted attraction! Pathogen: It came from the depths of Blood Lake. First it attacked the trees, then it made the leap to mammals, and now it has its sights set on you! Witness the terror and destruction that a malicious microscopic organism can unleash. Encounter the ghoulish grounds creepers at Blood Lake as they fight to contain the outbreak and its bloody aftermath. See the carnage. Hear the screams. Flee from the pathogen that turns every living thing into an invasive death machine. Every shadow conceals a threat. Every twig-snap signals your approaching doom. Pathogen will have you and your friends screaming and scrambling to escape the madness of a world nature never intended. Slaughterpen 13: The Heaven's Gate Hog farm closed over twenty years ago, but folks at Windy Hill say that on many a dark October night, you can still hear old Clem Abatt and his brothers hard at work in the abandoned slaughterhouse. Enter Slaughterpen 13 and find out for yourself what those strange sounds are. Are those bewildered hogs in the pens with you? How is that possible? What is that around the corner? Could it be the Abatt’s working late into the night slaughtering and butchering hogs? But didn't they all die in the shootout with police all those years ago? They know you're here. They've been waiting, and now it is you who are being herded through the pen. What's that sound up ahead in the dark: The crack of a bolt being driven from an air hose? A saw? Best of luck getting out of Slaughterpen 13 in one piece!
Darkwood Manor has been the center of supernatural occurrences, ghostly sightings, and murder for over a century. Built by the infamous Leroy Darkwood and his wife Raven Darkwood in 1880, the house is now owned by Miskatonic University. The house was given to the university by the Darkwood's only child, Abigail Darkwood after her death in 1940. The university left the home sealed after the mysterious death of a professor, Dr. Simon Ghoulsby. The doctor had taken up residence in the home in 1956 to do research, but a year later the doctor was found dead from unknown causes. The house has stood empty for 48 years...until now. Darkwood Manor is a haunted house attraction located in down town Luray, VA. We are not your typical haunted house. We combined detailed sets, movie quality make-up, and talented actors to create a scary and unique haunted house experience. This isn't your father's old spook house! For over a decade we have created a theatrical and interactive attraction based on original stories. Darkwood is a fun Halloween season attraction that will leave you screaming! Creepy Hollow Scream Park is Richmond’s Ultimate Halloween Destination.
We invite you to take a narrated tractor drawn hayride on our Creepy Hollow Hayride. After the sun goes down and the shadows appear in the darkness, you can hear the creepy sounds that flow through the chill in the night air. The souls of those before haunt these woods. Experience the horrific experiments by Dr. Ulysses S Farrington. Feel the breath of the not so fortunate encircle your body; see the amazing scenery, incredible illusions, and experience the disturbing surprises on the Creepy Hollow Hayride. Tempt your fate without the security of a hayride or narrator in the Scream Forest. You disembark out in the trails of the darkest most intense walk through adventure of a lifetime. No one cares if you scream, for in your torturous screams the creatures find their euphoria. Your screams quench the thirst of the creatures within the forest. Your escape will seem futile and the end near. Safety in in reach when your find your way out. But you are not safe. For once outside the forest, you will find Bedlam House. Bedlam House is all name entails. You are never alone, in the Creepy Hollow Scream Park. Creepy Hollow Scream Park is acres of adventures and is not recommended for small children of the weak at heart. The scares will stay with you. Once you enter, you will not leave the same. Don’t wait for a review; see what the haunt world already knows. Creepy Hollow Scream Park is the area’s best Ultimate Haunted Destination