These haunted houses are some of the craziest that you'll find across the country. Take a look — if you dare!
Woods Of Terror — Greensboro, North Carolina
The Woods of Terror claimed the maimed and decayed bodies of people who died in the 1940s. They now lurk in the forest, which is known as a “purgatory for spirits.” This haunted forest was once ranked as the number one haunted attraction in the country.
The Dent School House — Cincinnati, Ohio
The Dent School House was once an actual school during the late 1800s — and was shut down after a “several students were found murdered by the janitor.” The janitor was never caught and is still said to roam the halls.
13th Floor Haunted House — Phoenix, Arizona
This haunted house is based off the superstition that the 13th floor of any building is a woefully unlucky place. The idea that anything can happen and any “creature” can reside there makes this one scary 13!
Nightmare On 13th Haunted House — Salt Lake City, Utah
This haunted house changes every year, so you won’t get the same experience twice. The Travel Channel even voted Nightmare on 13th as one of America’s scariest attractions.
The Beast — Kansas City, Missouri
The Beast opened up in 1991, and has since become one of the top haunted attractions in the country. You have to navigate through four floors of danger with holograms, props, and — a real alligator!
McKamey Manor — San Diego, California
McKamey Manor might be one of the most talked about haunted houses in the country. They describe themselves as not just a haunted house, but “an audience participation event in which you live your own horror movie.” Don’t wear anything nice here though, because you will be getting drenched with plenty of blood.
Haunted Plantation — Oahu, Hawaií
The Haunted Plantation claims to be more than a haunted house, but an entire haunted village. The Plantation has been featured several times on both the Syfy Channel and Travel Channel, and is by far one of the most eerily suspenseful spaces you can visit.
Asylum 49 — Tooele, Utah
Most haunted houses have no real threat of danger, but Asylum 49 isn’t one of them. You will be touched, grabbed, and purposely separated from your group at anytime. The visit can last up to FIVE hours — unless they feel like keeping you longer.
House Of Shock — Jefferson, Louisiana
If the New Orleans area wasn’t spooky enough, wait until you see the House of Shock. It’s decked out in “carny freak exhibitions” and other tributes to the dark history of the city. This is one place you definitely do not want to go alone to.
Hotel Of Horror — Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania
The Hotel of Horror is another haunted house that changes its theme each year. The past themes have been “puppet pandemonium” and “spirit sacrifice.” Now, if those two themes don’t freak you out with bad omens, you’re probably ready to face Hell itself.
Pennhurst Asylum — Spring City, Pennsylvania
The majority of the artifacts found at Pennhurst are from the original administration building, which dates back to the early 1900s. This mental health institution was known for dehumanizing their patients and was ordered to be closed. The spirits of the fallen are said to still be crying out from their rooms.
Georgetown Morgue — Seattle, Washington
The Georgetown Morgue is situated on the grounds of an actual historic crematorium. If that wasn’t enough, the crematorium was also the site of the eerily recent Seattle Crematorium Massacre.
Nertherworld Haunted House — Norcross, Georgia
Composed of two different haunted houses — The Rotting and Vault 13 — Netherworld is a unique experience. No matter where you are, you’ll be surrounded by plague-stricken, undead spirits who are trying to take you back to their underworld.
Haunted Hoochie — Columbus, Ohio
Haunted Hoochie is so intense that only adults are allowed in. The insane amount of gore is seen as too graphic for most mature adults as well. With a slogan like “Working hard to make you sick,” we can see why this place is one of the most graphic haunted houses in the nation.
Creepyworld — St. Louis, Missouri
Creepyworld is America’s biggest haunted scream park, with 13 attractions located within. All 13 of the attractions are scary in their own right, but Dolly Doll Mansion might be the scariest. Dolly Mansion is just what it sounds like, a mansion that is full of creepy-AF dolls.
City Of The Dead — Henderson, Colorado
This haunted house plays on the popular zombie theme. The city is a twisted place where humans are the outsiders, and you have to navigate the decrepit streets to try and survive the night.