Happy Halloween!

If you don’t already have set plans, here’s where you can find them…

  1. Legends of the Fog | Aberdeen, MD

    Legends of the Fog is not just one of Maryland’s Best Haunted Attractions, it is a great experience. Completed all three haunts? Stick around and try some of our midway games or grab a bite from Looney’s!

  2. Bennett’s Curse | Jessup, MD

    Bennett’s Curse Haunted Attraction in Jessup, Maryland, lies between Baltimore and Washington DC and is renowned in the haunted world. The Legendary Bennett’s curse boasts three terrifying haunted houses all under one roof. Starting with the horrifically epic House of the Vampyes, you must also survive Zombie Kingdom in 3D and the Sanctuary of Insanity. Bennett’s Curse is an assault to the senses, packing more film quality props, sets, characters, unique theming and an over the top collection of more giant monsters than any other attraction around. The House of the Vampyres takes place inside Castle Bennett, once a stronghold of the noble Bennett clan, which has fallen to the knights of the Vampyric army sent from a ruling underworld king. But a new enemy has surfaced, a force of Demons sent forth from the Infernal Abyss now looking to stake their claim for Castle Bennett, and the world itself. Battling for Humans both sides fight for their most precious resource as one needs blood to survive, the others need souls. Guests will find themselves caught in the middle amidst diabolical instruments of torture, a labyrinth of dungeon cells, and the impressive remains of room after room of a mighty but ruined medieval castle. Zombie Kingdom in 3D is the best 3D attraction ever experienced in Maryland/DC. Now, it’s packed with even more flesh hungry zombies lurking around every corner. Special 3D glasses will bring this attraction to life where you will experience springy bridges, floating walls, and a host of undead zombies immersed in the amazing scenery striking when you least expect them! The Sanctuary of Insanity has been a favorite of guests for years and its back again, but this time it’s even more terrifying and disturbing. The Sanctuary of Insanity, the asylum that houses societies most criminally insane patients has experienced a complete collapse. An evil entity has made not only the patients even more disturbed, but the staff as well. Guests will experience pitch black hallways concealing demented patients throughout the halls, and a mind-bending maze of prison cells and pulse-pounding music will take all who enter to the brink of madness!

    Bennett’s Curse has continued to be the first to introduce to its guest the latest and most cutting edge technology for their enjoyment, and their goal of revolutionizing the Haunted House industry in Maryland has made them a Halloween tradition in the region. With thousands of loyal fans demanding the best, Bennett’s Curse delivers year after year! Bennett’s Curse has been featured on the Travel Channel show “America’s Scariest Halloween Attractions 3”, and “Making Monsters” as well as the NFL Network. Consistently ranked by many sources as one of the best Halloween Attractions in the US, Bennett’s Curse has been selected for 5 years straight as one of “America’s Best Haunts” www.americasbesthaunts.com, one of the “25 Must see Haunted Attractions” from Haunted Attraction Magazine, and one of the top 31 haunts by Hauntworld magazine, also official selection as one of America Haunts, the scariest Haunted Houses and Attractions in America and many more.

  3. Field of Screams – Scream City | Olney, MD

    A 35 min walk through a haunted forest best known for being the place where a farmer from Dream City lost his life and was skinned alive by the most powerful werewolf in the world who is competing to rule over all of Scream City.

    In 1933, the Lusion Manor Orphanage opened its doors for the first time as Angelica Ream attempted to give back to her community. It was a place of hope for children whose lives had been torn apart by the great depression. It remained that way until the late 60’s when individuals claiming to be long lost relatives of the Lusion family claimed the property was rightfully theirs and attempted to steal it away through black magic freight, nightly raids destroying the grounds and leaving butchered animals and horrific sites for the orphanage’s children to see. Over the many years of terror, most of the children left as did all of the adults who managed it. Recently, it has been discovered that many of the children had no where else to go and have grown up in the orphanage which was once a place of warmth and love but now, it is something very different.

    A haunted hayride like few have every experienced!!! The cornfield of this old farm is haunted by several of the evil clans that were conjured up by the Lusions and who rule parts of Scream City. There is a rumor that something so frightening that few can even look at it escaped the underworld and dwells within in the corn.

    A hellish ride through zombie infested lands on a large, black, steel, double decker cart which is the only thing protecting you from certain infestation! Battle zombies by shooting glow in the dark paintballs at them as they attack – you have paintball guns and they don’t!!

  4. Creepy Woods | Kingsville, MD

    Creepywoods Haunted Forest in Kingsville, Maryland has established itself as the top rated Haunted Trail in the region. The haunted forest has been revamped to include theme park quality sets, Hollywood caliber costumes and the scariest trail Maryland has ever seen. Creepywoods is your #1 choice for an outdoor Halloween experience. A once peaceful forest now breathes life to evil, unleashing gigantic creatures, a terrifying pack of blood thirsty werewolves, ghostly spirits attacking from above, and even the trees themselves forbid all who enter to escape with their lives. If you thought going into the dark of the forest at night was frightening before, temp your fate and summon your courage, as the creatures of Creepywoods Haunted Forest awaits your arrival.

Any other suggestions?

I’m too chicken shit, too cheap and too lazy to leave the city so I’ll be at Ottobar’s Haunted House tonight and/or tomorrow but for the brave souls… see above. Most are opened through the weekend for your pleasure. Also, don’t forget the list for tonight if you’re still up in the air.


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