Restless spirits frequent the places that were important to them during their lives, which is why America's most haunted spots are old houses and television sets playing "Must See TV". Find some frights with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for haunted-house and haunted-hayride admission for two (a $50 value)
- $50 for haunted-house and haunted-hayride admission for four (a $100 value)
Haunted attractions are not recommended for kids younger than 8. Slaughtered at Sundown is open Fridays September 27 through October 27 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Sundays October 20 and 27 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Slaughtered at Sundown
Creepy clowns, bloodied ghosts, and decaying zombies lurk behind every twist and turn at the Slaughtered at Sundown haunted house. Voted the best haunted attraction of 2011 by WDIV readers, the house's pitch-black passageways wind through a chilling cemetery, simulated scenes of violence, and plenty of loud noises and pop-up scares.
If they happen to survive the darkness, intrepid guests can brave a trip through the terrifying countryside on the Slaughtered Town hayride, where they'll encounter horrifying figures such as a headless horseman who seeks revenge against those who always beat him at Marco Polo. Those lucky enough to emerge from both attractions unscathed can calm down and enjoy their own snacks and beverages at Slaughtered at Sundown's bonfire area.
79% of 106 customers recommend
“Hay ride was meh, haunted house was great, I cried”
“Haunted house was waaaaay better than the one at the Big Apple. ”
“Loved it. Scarey and fun.”