How scared to you want to be? Check out some of the Halloween haunts below to see if you dare to visit. Be sure to check ahead for specific times, dates and ticket prices.
Niles Haunted House, nationally recognized as one of the best haunted theme parks in the Midwest – and they warn anyone afraid of the dark not to come. That’s really scary. Organizers say they will “scare the yell out of you” on 44 acres of haunted madness. It will be creepy times at the Field of Screams or Let’s Make a Deal…For Your Life! Lots more ghastly fun awaits.
This hair-raising attraction is said to have a long history of haunted spirits roaming the old orchard. If you dare to go, head for Wiard’s Orchard just south of Ypsilanti Township. Attractions include the Ultimate Haunted Bar, the Asylum, The Mineshaft, Hayrides of the Lost, Alien Caged Clowns and more.
Michigan’s Thumb area becomes inky dark on “lights out nights” at Night Stalkers Haunted House in Millington. With one glow stick in hand per group; tour the creepy house with things that go bump in the night and hungry for fresh visitors.
Kalamazoo is a nice place to visit. But when it comes Halloween season be prepared for extraordinary frightening happenings at the Phobia House Haunted House. So scary, this nightmarish 3-D haunt is not recommended for pregnant women or people with heart conditions. Wear your running shoes – you might want to get out of there in a hurry.
You might think you have lost your mind after visiting St. Lucifer’s Haunted Asylum in Grand Blanc. Patients, or rather visitors, take an elevator ride to the bowels of the hospital that is filled with shocking horrors. Once you enter, you might not be able to escape.