Due to the large number of ghosts they can hold, haunted houses are consistently scarier than cursed sleeping bags, possessed lean-tos, and ectoplasmic studio apartments. Give your goose bumps a worthwhile workout with today's Groupon: for $15, you get two passes to the Friday the 13th Haunted House on May 13 or May 14 from 8 p.m.–11 p.m. at Moxley Manor (a $30 value) in Bedford. This attraction is recommended for thrill seekers 10 years old and older.
Spine-tingling terror fills every nook and cobwebby cranny of Moxley Manor's 6,000-square-foot haunted house. Guests will travel through room after room of ghoulish gore, including a living-room murder scene, a piano room belonging to the Evil Keeper, and an undead library that causes visitors to recall high-school literature lectures dull enough to send shivers down the spine. Entertain particularly twisted kids with sinister toys in the doll room or expand palates with a repulsive repast in the squalid dining room. Though the experience at Moxley Manor is sure to send waves of horror though visitors' veins with the pulsating potency of a liquid-geometry-class injectable, guests can calm their quivers with the knowledge that the haunted house benefits a good cause. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Moxley Manor Haunted House
As the doors of Moxley Manor Haunted House creak open, guests may find themselves unsure of where truth ends and legend begins. Walking down foggy hallways and surrounded by disorienting strobe lights, they’re immersed in the haunting, real-life tale of the ill-fated Moxley family—all brutally murdered by a coldhearted mistress. These horrific events are brought to life by a cast of talented actors toting roaring chainsaws, severed heads, and the bodies of long-dead houseplants.
The charitable staffers at Moxley Manor Haunted House scare the dickens out of their guests for a good cause—the haunted house’s proceeds benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The Moxley Manor also opens its doors to murder and mayhem on a few of the less spooky holidays, including Christmas and Valentine's Day.