Earthbound spirits still care about the planet, which is why haunted houses feature lights that suddenly go out and showers that shut off after three minutes. Feel the phantom power with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $15 for two tickets to the Krypt-Dependence event on Friday, July 6, Saturday, July 7, or Sunday, July 8 at 7 p.m.
- $25 for four tickets to the to the Krypt-Dependence event on Friday, July 6, Saturday, July 7, or Sunday, July 8.
From 7 p.m. until 10:30 p.m., visitors navigate the haunt's hallways and rooms in almost total darkness, lighting their paths with only an electric candle. After heart rates slow and eyes readjust to the light, they can browse custom-designed graphic T-shirts ($15), zip-up hoodies ($35), and logo-emblazoned cups ($3 for two) at the gift shop.
- $99 for a birthday package for up to 10 ($250 value)
Parties include a private tour of the Krypt led by favorite monsters and ghouls. Partygoers also snack on pizza, cake, and other noshes while competing for prizes during games such as hide-and-seek or monster musical chairs.
- $149 for a four-hour hearse rental ($375 value)
The 1968 Cadillac Crown Superior hearse tours the town in spooky style with refreshments and Kim in costume with a severed head or a regular driver.
Kim Yates's passion for the macabre spawned from a 1973 ride through the Haunted Mansion at Disney World, after which the child collected props and crafted monsters for her parents' front porch. Over the next several decades, Kim channeled her energy into drumming for a Baltimore metal band and building a sprawling Halloween attraction in her front yard and then watching it blossom into a full-scale haunted house in 1994. Despite various relocations, her indoor haunt has been growing ever since.
Featured in the Baltimore Sun, Kim’s Krypt sets Charm City teeth chattering with 25- to 30-minute adventures teeming with unexpected spooks and surprises in a show that adds new scenes annually. A terror-ridden tradition for more than 21 years, the indoor haunt invites brave patrons to test their nerve against killer clowns soliciting screams, zombies seeking fresh flesh, and blood-spattered apparitions recklessly searching for change for a $20 bill. Staffers fortify patrons for their harrowing journey with a range of concession fare as they converse at the covered waiting area after receiving their first shock of the night in the form of free parking. A force of uniformed and plainclothes police officers patrol the building to ensure visitors scare in safety.