Like poorly played baseball games, haunted houses are filled with flying bats, choirs of boos, and scary men in masks. Sprint home in record speed after enjoying today's Groupon deal to Devil's Haven, located at the DuPage County Fairgrounds in Wheaton. Devil's Haven is open every Friday–Sunday through the end of October, as well as Wednesday, October 26, and Thursday, October 27. This attraction is not recommended for children less than 12 years old. Choose from the following ticket packages:
- For $20, you get a silver package, which includes two tickets to your choice of either The Circus of Hell or The Devil's Playground (a $40 value).
- For $30, you get a gold package, which includes two tickets to both The Circus of Hell and The Devil's Playground (a $60 value).
- For $40, you get a platinum VIP package, which includes two tickets to both The Circus of Hell and The Devil's Playground, as well as permission to bypass the lines at each haunted house (an $80 value).
At Devil's Haven, a pair of haunted mansions await to shock interlopers with three-dimensional terrors and grisly surprises that spring from nearly 16,000 square feet of darkness. Blankets of fog envelop guests' bodies, as strobe lights and a spine-tingling soundtrack disorient their minds and attempts to do the Hustle while embarking upon each 45–55-minute trek. To summon shivers, visitors don free 3-D glasses as they enter The Circus of Hell, where walls ooze with special-effects paint that breathes eerie life into flat phantasms. After escaping the bizarre big top, guests brave the Devil's Playground, which teems with three levels of robot-powered incubi and mysterious attractions such as The Slide to Hell and The Killer Curtains. At least 30 actors morph into ghouls for each haunt, many bearing a remarkable resemblance to demented clowns, bloodthirsty butchers, and classic horror-movie characters such as Jason Voorhees or Carrot Top.