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Creep L.A. Is A Sexy, Weird Haunted House About Entering 'The Darkness'

Creep LA may be one of the most underrated haunts of the season, lost in the shuffle of amusement park haunts like Knott’s and Universal and the buzz surrounding the two and a half hours of weirdness that is The Tension Experience. Yet Creep, which debuted last Halloween, has become a much more immersive, streamlined and stylish haunt in the year it's had to prepare for its sophomore run. This year's story, "Entry," follows a cult that is obsessed with artist Erybus Burwick. Burwick disappeared in the 1970s after attempting to breach something called "the darkness," but it is rumored that listening to a recording the artist created for his final work will allow you to enter that realm, too.

Creep creator Justin Fix said he and his team—J.T. Swierczek, Fiona Rene, Daniel Montgomery, David Anderson, Stephanie Turek, Lacy Forrest—were inspired by the works of Stanley Kubrick and David Lynch. This is apparent upon entering. Don't expect a slasher vibe with jump scares and bloody body parts; rather, Creep is a foreboding, surreal nightmare that takes its time with each guest.

Guests will first stand outside a large warehouse located in Glassell Park. Each person must line up on a white "X" outside while figures in featureless masks roam the parking lot listlessly and a children's choir version of Radiohead's "Creep" plays on an endless loop. When it's your turn to enter, you'll first be led into a hallway where a group of women who hover somewhere between Mean Girls and The Craft will allow you your final restroom break and demand you sign a waiver. Then, you'll be admitted to the bar. The bar is like a sexy vampire bar from the early 90s, but too minimalistic to be campy. It is lit only in scarlet hues and moody, ambient music plays. They bar is inhabited by devotees of Burwick, and they're all very excited about this darkness business. They're so eager for you to experience it for yourself. One of them occasionally becomes consumed by fits, while another bitterly hisses about his mother to no one in particular.

At the bar, laconic bartenders will pour Tito's cocktails and Peroni, the proceeds of which will benefit nonprofit Art of Elysium. (Note: alcohol is not served on Wednesday or Sunday night performances.) But sit down at one of the black-clothed tables or upon a chaise lounge and patrons are sure to mingle with you. Two young, beautiful women in black stockings and garters move deliberately like they're wading through treacle as they search for their mark. They're not shy, draping their limbs over random audience members, and sobbing about the interminable wait for it to be "their turn." A man who half-hid his face behind a fan wanted to know how long I could hold my breath, if I had to, before a woman in long black dress swept me into a ballroom dance and asked me to make a wish. Each interaction has the intimacy of a hallucinogenic-induced Tinder date that is too exciting to leave, but foreboding enough that you might excuse yourself to the bathroom so that you can text your friend you last known whereabouts, just in case.

After about 20 to 30 minutes, guests will be allowed to enter into Burwick's world. On the night we crossed that threshold, a bespectacled man informed us that the conditions were right: the moon was in the same phase as it was the night of what would be Burwick's bizarre swan song. We were told not to touch the creeps, though they might touch us.

The haunt itself is about 45 minutes, but it's hard to keep track of how much time has passed. While some haunted houses push you through, Creep lingers. Each room unfolds in an eerie vignette. Some are more like abstract dances that occur around you, while other scenes are more interactive. You may find yourself helping a frantic character search for something, or perhaps you'll be be separated from your group for a private interrogation. Nothing is particularly violent or unpleasant. It lacks the physical abrasiveness of extreme haunts like Blackout and Heretic House, and you won't be forced to eat or smell anything unappealing like Tension Experience. But you may have characters smear a sooty substance on your face, gently caress your arm from a hidden hole in the wall, tuck you into a narrow bed, or softly press you into a padded wall. The actors lack the over-the-top cheesiness of more stereotypical horror shows. They're intense, but do well in the intimate spaces.

"We think of ourselves as a hybrid of stage-meets-film and gaming-meets-haunts, like choose-your-own-adventure for adults," Fix said. "We want our guests to explore and discover things both as a group and individually. Instead of jump scares over and over, we like to focus on internal darkness and what scares people from within."

At $50, Creep is cheaper than many of the other haunts this season, and if you're interested in something more intense than a walk-through maze, Creep is the best proverbial bang for your buck. You are advised to show up 15 minutes prior to your reservation time and would do best to wear comfortable, closed-toed shoes and clothes that won't inhibit movements like climbing through windows.

Creep LA is located at 2316 N San Fernando Rd. in Glassell Park. It runs through October 31. Tickets are $50.

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Glassel Park is situated in Los Angeles, California and is the home to two gentlemen that claim ghostly presences haunt their house. Almost 30 years ago strange things began occurring. Polaroids were eventually taken which contained organic messages that seemed to form out of nowhere, some of them containing Latin phrases and referring to "many remedial "lemures" , or spirits that were also there. However, this 'spirit', calling itself only Wright, seemed positive, leaving such inspiring messages as "anything is possible", "I am here for you" and "open your mind and you will open your heart".

Things came to a climax when Sightings (and later in 2003 Unexplained Mysteries) did a show on the phenomenon and Peter James was hired to inspect the place, at which point he came to the conclusion that there was a vortex present in the hallway of the home and that there was a spirit or someone passed on that was protecting the place. The owner and Peter James, a sort of Maverick in the field of psychic/paranormal field research, became friends and he continued to visit the place, but Peter has since passed on.

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I thought it would be interesting to perform some blind remote viewing sessions on this particular case just to see what details came up. Was it a hoax or was there more to it? Were we just picking up on the idea of it? It's doubtful. I have yet to hear back from John Huckert, but I can't wait to see if anything else lines up that we are not aware of.

I began with having the impressions of something streaked and blurred and then a fast moving film or slideshow of images went through my mind. I saw glowing energy and glowing edges. Then a sort of "here I am" presenting of "oneself bare and openly", and got the phrase "now you know". I also got the image of a figure standing at the top of a stairway leading up into a doorway of light with the feeling of a "watcher" and the feeling of someone pulling people up to the light. I described "energies, ripples, waveforms, and emanations", a hologram, and "plasma or a plasma ball" among many other things. After the session I felt very light for a couple of days afterward.

Jemma saw someone floating or swimming with the thought "wow, this is cool". She saw a figure with light around it and wrote "here to learn, to preserve"! On the other hand, she felt a sense of cold and gloominess. And she got the image of a creature in a fetal position, changing. These seems to have been perhaps the lower density phenomenon related to this site.

Thion apparently picked up on water and nature elements and a movement upwards with some intense energy in the air. She got something natural affecting living human beings and the feeling of protection of some areas or land.

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Paranormal investigators are hosting tours of a house in Glassell Park that is home to a case known as “ghost writer.”

John Huckert and his family have lived there for more than 20 years – and believe they may not be alone. They’ve snapped hundreds of Polaroid photos inside the home. The pictures show white, hazy images and words appear in response to questions like … are you there? One photo shows an answer: Y-E-S.

Bill Murphy of the Syfy Channel’s “Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files” has studied the “Ghost Writer” case.

“If you ask a silly question - questions that would be meant for you to personably benefit from it - there would be no response," Murphy said. "John and the others are the first to say, once this started, we asked if we could get lottery numbers and there was like no answer. It would be a like a regular Polaroid.”

Murphy will host the “ghost writer” tours – one Friday night and another on Saturday night.

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He said he'll present some of the "ghost writer" Polaroids at Dearly Departed on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. Then, vans will stop by to pick up tour-goers for a jaunt to the "Ghost Writer" house.

“It looks kind of creepy when you walk up the hillside, itself," Murphy said. "There’s a series of concrete steps that have been there for over a hundred years depressed into the hill. You approach this wooden balcony and then you gain entrance to the house and it’s a very tight house. It’s a working-class neighborhood although the yards are quite large. You walk into the living room and there’s a brick fire place immediately to the center. It’s like a curved, round, original fireplace. Along the rear wall is where the images seem to appear.”

Murphy said he invites attendees to bring Polaroid cameras to capture their own images. He said other cameras don't have the same effect inside the "ghost writer" house.

“There is a lot of film out there that when you try to use it, it does not result in an image, just a blank, brownish sort of haze to the whole thing and you really can’t get a great photograph," he said.

There's at least one potential hiccup in Murphy's plan. The standard Polaroid 600 film can be pricey (like five dollars or more per exposure, depending on where you buy it) since it's difficult to find. The photo company stopped making the instant film four years ago.

“I’m bringing film that I was recently able to obtain,” Murphy said. “I think I have enough that hopefully we’ll get some good images.”

Murphy said the tour is open to those 16 years or older (so leave the kids at home).

More information about tickets and schedules is available here .

The story behind Glassell Park: The strange, fascinating lives of the Glassell family, Los Angeles pioneers

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There's L.A.'s Glassell Park, near Mount Washington; there's Glassell Street, in Orange. So, who or what was Glassell? 

You can find the answer at West Adams' Angelus Rosedale Cemetery . Among the buried Civil War veterans, movie producers and even the occasional pyramid , there's a giant obelisk bearing the Glassell name. 

One of the first Glassells buried at Angelus Rosedale cemetery is Andrew Glassell — a lawyer and land developer, and one of the many tycoons who made Los Angeles the metropolis it is today. He was born on a plantation in 1827 to a large, wealthy family. His place of birth was Orange County… Virginia.

Glassell studied law at the University of Alabama before he joined the federal government as a U.S. attorney. Then, the Civil War happened. The government asked lawyers to sign an oath pledging loyalty to the Union. For the child of plantation owners, things got complicated. 

"There was a lot of Southern sentiment in California," said Phil Brigandi, an Orange County historian who's studied the Glassell family. "Being in San Francisco, if he had decided to sign the loyalty oath, he probably could have retained a lot of his practice. If he'd been down south in Los Angeles by then, where there was a much stronger Southern sentiment, it would have been pretty rough for him personally and professionally — much less what the family would think about it."

Andrew Glassell rejected the oath and lost his law license. He went into business, eventually ending up on the small roster of wealthy American settlers who bought up land, sold it and whose names are scattered across maps of California and L.A. He lived in what's now Northeast L.A. — the "Glassell Park" neighborhood sits on what used to be his sprawling farm. 

Glassell's biggest undertaking was about 30 miles south, though. He and a colleague named Alfred Chapman founded the town of Orange, California — Glassell Street near Orange's downtown is named for him.

"It's interesting, this whole notion of not just subdividing and selling land, but founding a town," said Brigandi. "And you get very different approaches to it: you have Chapman and the Glassell brothers founding Orange, right nearby at about the same time you get William Spurgeon founding Santa Ana, and Columbus Tustin founding Tustin. And where Spurgeon and Tustin were very much hands on, living in the towns, right in the middle of this — Chapman and Glassell are essentially absentee landlords. They don't live down here. They don't have have their own businesses here."

Brigandi said that had a huge impact on the way these early cities developed.

"Orange, Santa Ana and Tustin all start at about the same time with about the same assets in terms of location, climate, soil, water —all those things," he said. "Within a very short number of years, Santa Ana has really taken off as the boss town of the area."  

Another Glassell buried at Rosedale is Andrew's brother, William T. Glassell. William helped lay out plots and sell real estate in Orange — but before that, he fought for the Confederate Army, as a crewmember in a primitive 19th century submarine.

Coincidentally, William's and Andrew's sister Susan is the grandmother of a more famous military figure: George S. Patton.

Stories of tycoons like William and Andrew Glassell help give us context to where street, city and neighborhood names come from, but they also unearth morbid and fascinating tales. Buried alongside William and Andrew in the Glassell plot is Philip Glassell, Andrew's son. 

Philip was born in 1867 and didn't appear to have his father's ambition for fame and fortune — his name didn't really appear in the papers until 1901, just six months after his father died. I met Don Lynch, a member of the West Adams Heritage Association , at the grave of Philip. Lynch found Philip's story in an archived edition of the Los Angeles Herald .

"Philip started living with a young lady around 1900; her name was Rhoda Eddo and she was the daughter of a local artist," said Lynch. "She was described as somewhat lame and that she needed a crutch to walk with. And when she was about 19 they moved in together and pretty much lived as husband and wife in various boarding houses and renting homes."

Things went south not long after Andrew Glassell's death. Philip's drinking got worse, and despite his promise to marry, Philip disappeared — hiding in his uncle's house near MacArthur Park. 

After searching for days, Eddo drove her buggy to the house Philip was staying at. The Herald provided a grim description of what happened next. 

"Suddenly, Miss Eddo drew from the folds of her dress a long, block black pistol, and, pointing the barrel to her head, fired a bullet Into her right temple. She fell to the ground, dead. "

Eddo was just 19 when she died. Her tombstone, if she ever had one, has long since vanished. Her suicide note, however, made the paper:

Dear Sweetheart Philip: I will do as you have heard. You asked me to pray for you, that you would come back that night, and this is the way you came back. Well, dear, I hope we will meet at home or hell — which It is I don't know, but it sure cannot be worse, dear. I love you, and I cannot live without you. Please see that my body gets into the ground.  As ever, your wife, as you must always call me.  Mrs. P. H. Glassell Rhoda W. Eddo 

Clear across Angelus Rosedale cemetery — maybe a couple hundred feet from her lover's body — you'll find the unmarked grave of Rhoda Eddo. The characters in the Glassell drama are long since dead, but at Angelus Rosedale, their story lives on. 

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Glassel Park is a little neighborhood situated in Los Angeles, California, and is the home of John Huckert and John Matkowski who claim ghostly presences haunt their house. Almost 30 years ago strange things began occurring. Polaroids were eventually taken which contained messages that seemed to form out of nowhere, some of them containing Latin phrases.  So who or what is haunting the home?  Could it be connected to a murder?  Tune in to find out!

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Melissa Carbone quit her high-paying marketing job eight years ago and invested her life savings into something extremely scary: She launched a haunted hayride attraction in the heart of Los Angeles.

The investment seemed to make sense. After all, Americans are expected to spend a record $8.4 billion this year on Halloween candy, costumes and parties, with one in five planning to visit a haunted attraction, according to the National Retail Federation.

The move has paid off for Carbone. The LA Haunted Hayride is on track to draw 80,000 visitors this year with thousands more at a similar hayride attraction she launched in New York last year.

“For an industry that big, I thought Los Angeles was super underserved,” she said. “Clearly there was room for another attraction.”

But entrepreneurs looking to capitalize on the surging popularity of Halloween have learned that the business of scaring can be frighteningly fickle.

For every success like Carbone’s, there are several mom-and-pop haunted attractions that have been killed off by mounting insurance and other expenses as well as extensive government regulations. On top of that, they face competition from Halloween events produced by giants including Universal Studios Hollywood and Knott’s Berry Farm.

Take the Tustin Haunt in Tustin, the Scareplex Halloween Haunt in Pomona and Satan’s Chop Shop in Hawthorne, all local haunted attractions that earned high praise from horror fans but closed after a year or two.

“It’s getting so expensive that unless you have $100,000 to put into it and $30,000 into marketing, you are not going to make it,” said Jeff Schiefelbein, chief executive of Sinister Pointe Productions, an Orange County company that builds haunted attractions for theme parks and individual entrepreneurs.

“Almost every independent haunted house we’ve built for someone no longer exists,” he said. “They maybe last two years, and that’s it.”

In fact, Schiefelbein said he is thinking of discontinuing his own haunted attraction in Fullerton — after 20 years in operation — because of expensive and time-consuming government regulations, including fire-safety requirements imposed by city officials.

“It’s literally drained the fun out of it,” he said of the regulations.

In addition to investing a huge amount of capital, local attraction owners say the formula for success in the haunt business involves spending heavily on marketing, hiring creative staff and developing a unique product.

“It’s not as easy as it may seem,” said Jennifer Bandich, a producer at Evil Twin Studios, which ran a haunted house in South Pasadena from 2013 to 2015. The attraction won’t operate this year, but Bandich hopes to relaunch it in 2017.

Evil Twin had the benefit of running its haunted attraction — dubbed Ward 13 last year — as a nonprofit that raised money for local charities. It meant that the business could slash its labor costs by relying primarily on volunteers.

But this year, Bandich said, the business couldn’t find a commercial building that it could rent for only six weeks, with at least 15,000 square feet of space but in a location where the noise wouldn’t be a problem for neighbors, among other requirements.

“We realized, basically, this was going to be a concern,” she said.

In addition to other expenses, Bandich said, operators of haunt businesses have had to pay steadily increasing insurance costs over the past few years.

Justin Fix, an actor and Halloween fan, last year launched a haunted attraction known as Creep LA, funding it with $60,000 he generated by maxing out three credit cards. Creep LA combines immersive theater and the features of a traditional haunted house to give guests the creeps, he said.

“There are different ways to scare people, and I like to think we are doing the slow burn to frighten them,” he said

Fix’s haunt generated enough money last year to pay off his credit cards, and he expects to generate even more revenue this year because he has opened the attraction three weeks earlier than last year. But it means investing $168,000 into the business.

“I’m nervous as all hell,” he said.

Carbone, 40, attributes her success to creating an attraction that is unique.

“Haunted houses are cool, but they are kind of a dime a dozen,” she said.

The idea for her haunted hayride came from the traditional hayrides she remembers growing up in Connecticut. “I loved them,” Carbone said. “I couldn’t get enough of them.”

After seeing neighbors admire the Halloween decorations on her Westwood home, it dawned on Carbone that there was big money to be made in scaring people.

“It sparked my curiosity,” she said. “How much revenue was behind this day?”

She quit her executive position at Clear Channel Media and Entertainment and, along with her partner at the time, Alyson Richards , they invested their savings to create the LA Haunted Hayride, which now operates in Griffith Park.

Guests climb into trailers, pulled by tractors through darkened roads in the park. The tractors roll past scenes of gore, horror and mayhem while costumed characters jump out from the dark, wielding knives and bats. After the hayride, guests can explore other adjacent attractions, including a haunted maze.

The business has been so successful that Carbone expanded her production company, Ten Thirty One Productions, to launch a hayride attraction in Randall’s Island Park in New York last year and plans to open a hayride in Dallas next year.

Carbone’s company also opened a haunted boat attraction in Orange County, a series of horror movie screening parties in Los Angeles and a scary camping adventure in Portland, Sacramento, San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles and San Diego.

Her business got a boost in 2013 when she appeared on the ABC TV show “Shark Tank” and persuaded NBA owner Mark Cuban to invest $2 million in her company.

Carbone believes the business of scaring will continue to surge. She is already planning on expanding her business into producing horror films.

“There is something about being scared in a safe environment that people are addicted to,” she said.

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Ghosts, paranormal activity, and eerie haunting legends are everywhere you turn in Idaho – most people are walking right on top of decades worth of spooky history as we speak. But sometimes… otherworldly activity seems to concentrate itself in one particular area. We did some digging and discovered that quite a few of Idaho’s reported hauntings take place in one city: Pocatello. From the Native American peoples who first inhabited the land to the Gold Rush masses who flocked here in the 1860s, Pocatello’s legacy is overflowing with fascinating historical figures and colorful characters… the restless of whom refuse to fade quietly into history. Is Pocatello the most haunted city in Idaho? You be the judge.

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What do you think? Is Pocatello the most haunted city in Idaho, or do you know of another town that is teeming with even more of the supernatural? Let us know what other spooky haunts you’ve encountered!

If you feel like tip-toeing through a different kind of chilling adventure, this haunted trail in Idaho is as spooky as it is beautiful. 

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What are some of the most haunted places in Idaho?

Idaho doesn't get mentioned in too many ghost-hunting circles, but it probably should. The state is home to dozens of ghost towns, each with a bevy of ghostly legends in tow. Add in a swath of eerie Native American legends, some tragic love stories, and a few centuries-old cemeteries... and Idaho has plenty of supernatural lore to chill even the most die-hard skeptics and fanatics. From hotels and cemeteries to saloons, parks, movie theaters, and more, here are just a few of the most haunted places in Idaho:

  • Old Idaho Penitentiary , Boise
  • Morris Hill Cemetery, Boise
  • Lava Hot Springs Inn , Lava Hot Springs
  • The Idaho Hotel , Silver City
  • Pioneer/Boot Hill Cemetery, Idaho City
  • Stricker Home Site and Rock Creek Stage Station , Twin Falls
  • White Horse Saloon , Spirit Lake
  • Spirit Lake
  • Farragut State Park , Athol
  • Enders Hotel, Soda Springs
  • Lewiston, Idaho
  • Pocatello, Idaho

Are there any ghost towns in Idaho?

Rooted in centuries of mining and Native American history, Idaho is home to quite a few gold and silver boomtowns that have been lost to time. Some of these town sites are still considered “living” ghost towns or even “semi ghost towns,” while others have little to nothing remaining. For a taste of true Idaho history, visit some of these unique ghost towns in Idaho:

  • Silver City, Idaho
  • Gilmore, Idaho
  • De Lamar, Idaho
  • Custer, Idaho
  • Bonanza, Idaho
  • Placerville, Idaho
  • Rocky Bar, Idaho
  • Boulder City, Idaho
  • Bayhorse, Idaho
  • Chesterfield, Idaho
  • Murray, Idaho
  • Burke, Idaho
  • Wickahoney, Idaho

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The weather in Idaho is cooling off, people are stocking up on bags of candy like it were the apocalypse, and the pumpkin carving is under way. Yes, Halloween is just around the corner, and Idahoans are gearing up for a frightfully fun holiday. In the true spirit of Halloween, we’ve compiled the top 9 haunted houses and corn mazes that will send shivers down your spine. Visit them all, if you dare.

1. Egyptian Theatre

The Egyptian Theatre.

Boise, Idaho

The Egyptian Theatre opened its doors in Boise in 1927. This theatre is now known throughout the Treasure Valley as a historical landmark and ghost-inhabited estate. The soul said to reside in the theatre is believed to be that of former 1920’s projectionist. Joe, as most visitors call him, worked for the theatre on the tail end of the 1920’s up until he had a heart attack while climbing the stairs to the projection booth in the 1950’s. Guests regularly report opening and closing doors, lights being turned on and off, and odd noises coming from other rooms. Check out the Idaho Horror Film Festival to really get your blood pumping.

2. Haunted History Tour

Haunted History Tour.

Idaho Falls, Idaho

Head to Idaho Falls and relive the area’s tortured past. The second annual Haunted History Walking Tour on October 21st, 22nd, 28th, and 29th returns with dark and twisted stories of Idaho Falls’ twisted past. Hear the tales of crooked businessmen, soiled doves, and malicious murderers that played a part in Idaho Falls’ not so distant past.

 3. The Haunted World

Caldwell, Idaho

The Haunted World has been around for 17 years, and many visitors will tell you this spooky attraction has perfected the art of fear. It’s the largest haunted attraction in the state, offering more frightening entertainment than you may be willing to handle. Typical visits last 1½ hours on weekdays, and around 2 hours on weekends.

4. Haunted Mansions of Albion

Albion, Idaho

If you’re scared of clowns, then the Haunted Mansions of Albion will want to be on your list of places to avoid – or see? Depending on how you feel about being scared on Halloween! There’s also a “Zombie Academy” that will have all you Walking Dead fans jumping for joy.

5. Linder Farms

Linder Farms corn maze.

Meridian, Idaho

Linder Farms is one of the most family-friendly Halloween attractions on this list and it’s the official corn maze of the BSU Broncos. Take the kids to enjoy barrel train rides, laser tag, a petting zoo, obstacle course, Trail of Terror, and Zombie Acres, where they can take part in defending Idaho against the zombie apocalypse.

6. The Farmstead

The Farmstead

You’ve more than likely heard of The Farmstead , as it’s the home of Idaho’s original corn maze and was featured on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. You can take your kids to the pumpkin patch to pick out the perfect Jack O’ Lantern, exercise on a jumping pillow, watch pig races, ride the cow train, take a hayride, and run through the terrifying Field of Screams.

7. Old Idaho State Penitentiary

Old jail cells at Idaho State Penitentiary.

The Old Idaho State Penitentiary has quite the reputation and is often referred to as the most haunted site in the state. Perhaps it boasts such a chilling reputation because of its past, which consists of prison riots and executions. The Old Pen’s former inmates are said to haunt facility. Visitors report strange events such as feeling touches from invisible entities, sudden overwhelming feelings of dread or despair, and disembodied whispers in the hallways. You can visit the Old Idaho State Penitentiary right before Halloween on October 28th for the  Frightened Felons Family Night  or on October 29th for Frightened Felons Adult Night .

8. Dr. Slaughter’s Carnival of Fear

Dr. Slaughter’s Carnival of Fear is not for the faint of heart. Visit the tomb and see what thousands of years of isolated, cursed souls created. Run through 30,000 feet of winding catacombs, terrifying 3D effects, and sights and sounds of sheer madness.

9. Scarywood Theme Park

Athol, Idaho

Perhaps the most famous North Idaho Halloween attraction, Scarywood Theme Park  returns for another year of terror. What you thought you knew as Silverwood Theme Park is transformed into a living nightmare that will haunt you for eternity. This attraction has been featured on Travel Channel’s, “Halloween’s Scariest Thrills,” and continues to raise the bar every year. Experience five haunted attractions , seven scare zones and most of Silverwood’s signature rides in the dark.

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