Oct
04
2016

A Haunting We Will Go….to Huntington County!

While we can’t guarantee that there aren’t any creepy clowns in either of our haunted experiences, we can promise that you will have some awesome bone-chilling fun and a great way to spend time with your friends. If you are ready to test your fright factor then head our way as Huntington becomes “Haunting”ton for the month of October:

 

Haunted Hotel 13th Floor

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Downtown Huntington, 511 N. Jefferson St.

Hauntedhuntington.com

$13.00 regular admission; $20.00 VIP Fast Pass (skip the line)

 

Open Fridays, Saturdays in October 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Oct. 31 open 7-9:30 p.m.

The Warwick Hotel, a property known for bizarre rituals and strange disappearances burned to the ground with hundreds of guests still inside in 1902. Some say that the souls of those who died within the walls of the Warwick are trapped. Some of them seeking release, some seeking revenge. But all of them caught in a place that exists between this world and the next. A nightmarish place where your worst fears and darkest horrors come to life.

A place known as…

The Thirteenth Floor

 

Haunted Canal and Haunted Trail

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Historic Forks of the Wabash, 3011 West Park Drive, Huntington

Troop130lostcanal.com

$6.00 regular admission

Open Fridays and Saturdays in October dark – 11 p.m.

Not for children under 12

 

Experience an outdoor terror that is simply too big to house indoors.  Our Scouts are experienced and enthusiastic fright masters and will make you wish you would have stayed home with mommy.  We have over 50 years of combined scaring.  You WILL be sorry you came.

 

 

Posted by Tina Bobilya at 4:54 pm