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. Discover this larger than death experience with today's Groupon to Scarehouse Windsor. Open various days through the end of October, Scarehouse has two bone chilling locations in downtown Windsor and Tecumseh to make a haunted jaunt as convenient as possible. Billed as Southwestern Ontario's most expansive house of horrors, Scarehouse Windsor elicits plasma-curdling screams and shouts with a myriad of ghastly ghouls and masked maniacs. With 10,000 square feet of phobia provoking plight at every turn in the downtown location, Scarehouse suits the strong willed and even stronger bladdered.
- They've got the fright for any phobia: loud noises, getting locked in confined spaces, weird stuff on your face, being chased and clowns. Evil, evil clowns. – Star
Scare House Windsor
It's dark within Scare House Windsor, and visitors never quite know what lurks down the next hallway or within the next room. A maniacal clown might elicit screams, or a madman may wield his chainsaw until he's offered a job as a lumberjack. Or maybe visitors will run into Shawn Lippert, one of Scare House Windsor's sinister creators. Along with a band of volunteers, Mr. Lippert has crammed horror into every inch of the 20,000-square-foot haunted house, which has become an annual Halloween staple. Mr. Lippert's creation is so authentically spine-tingling, in fact, that he's using it as the setting for a horror film of the same name.