A haunted house is born from a past tragedy, be it a grisly murder, a mysterious disappearance, or a long-forgotten bologna sandwich buried beneath the floorboards. Sign on for a spooky tour of an eerily cursed residence with today's Groupon: for $10, you get two tickets to Dr. Evil's House of Horrors (a $20 value). Choose from the following dates:
- October 1
- October 7
- October 8
In top hat and spike-studded shoulder pads, Dr. Evil cuts a startling silhouette as he presides over the fear-riddled chambers and mazes that make up his House of Horrors. Spooky sensory assaults begin in the parking lot, where ghouls may startle visitors with sudden apparitions and fake parking tickets. Patrons can sit on bleachers and enjoy classic horror movies or enjoy them while waiting In line, while inside the house, strobe lights illuminate pitch-black corridors and claustrophobia-inducing rooms. Rivulets of fog snake around sneakers, and Dr. Evil's bizarre medical experiments haunt visitors and the nightmares of medical-malpractice lawyers. Ghastly performers interact with patrons while mechanical scare tactics keep thrill-seekers off-kilter during their harrowing escape. Due to the graphic nature of some of the displays, Dr. Evil's House of Horrors may not be appropriate for children younger than 12.
Dr. Evil’s House of Horrors
Dr. Evil was born to a Russian scientist during the height of the plague that stole his mother in 1771. To this day, the immortal Dr. Evil carries on his father’s gruesome experiments—stopping at nothing to find a body that can host his dear mother’s soul, which his father preserved in a metal box.
For this year's new theme, adventurers explore the doctor’s House of Horrors, wandering amid blood-soaked halls that teem with the insane and demonic, including doctors vivisecting their patients, clowns in hastily smeared makeup, and a disgusting man returning from the bathroom without washing his hands. Live actors hiss and scream at the interlopers as they step across uneven flooring, press on through rooms coated in spiderwebs, and twist and turn through fog. Victims too young for the main attraction are invited to the free, kid-friendly fun house.