Some people really go all out for the holidays!
I bet if we told you to think of something that’s both terrifying and vintage, creepy dolls and your parents’ prom pictures would be the first two things to pop into mind. But, what if we told you about something older and even more terrifying than those vintage pictures? Just imagine one of the first penitentiaries in the country, where prisoners were held in solitary confinement for their entire stay, getting turned into a haunted house for Halloween (told ya there was something scarier than seeing your mom with a mullet).
Your own backyard is the perfect setting for a creepy haunted maze that will give your friends a delightful fright.
Need to make your haunted house a little scarier? The Halloween app – made by Eugene Yu – has just about everything you need.
The fall season brings us the three-month stretch of holiday celebrations and to kick it all is the spookiest of them all – Halloween. Here are the five must-haves for your haunted house.
A local Halloween attraction making national headlines is being forced to alter plans.
This list includes five of the most haunted places in America, all with significant claims of real poltergeists.
It’s called the “Naked and Scared Challenge,” and it involves you, the skin you were born in, a bunch of strangers and an array of creepy characters looking to scare the — well, you know — out of you.
Eastern State Penitentiary is getting ready for its biggest fundraiser of the year, “Terror Behind the Walls.”
Looking for something scary to do this Halloween? Look no further than Creamy Acres Farm’s “Night of Terror!”
Officials says the Eastern State Penitentiary historic site has become a national destination site, and they are celebrating with two new attractions.