Test Your Courage at a Local Haunted Attraction

By: Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers | September 18, 2017
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There’s something about being scared that is inherently fun. The sudden jolts, the build up to something lurking behind the corner, or the terrifying imagery can be fun in ways other entertainment cannot. There are many different things that can scare you, like horror movies or a spider on your sweater, haunted houses can give you all of this in a more personal way. Haunted houses will be opening their doors soon, and all of the haunted houses we mentioned last year are back for another year of scares, but here are five more attractions that are guaranteed to rattle your bones.

Woods of Darkness

The Woods of Darkness in South Rockwood has earned its reputation as an extreme haunted attraction year after year. Lore states that an old farmer and his wife have roamed this house for decades after their deaths, attracting evil spirits. This may be an attraction you want to experience in the safe of a group. Woods of Darkness opens on Friday, September 22 and will be open every Friday and Saturday through October.

A Terror in Townsend Forest

Open every Friday and Saturday night starting on September 29th, A Terror in Townsend Forest is scary fun for all ages. The half mile forest trail is full of terror and surprises throughout the journey. Kids 12 and under get in for $10 while adults enjoy all the spooky scares for $15.

Rotten Manor

Those looking for an intense haunted house experience should look no further than Rotten Manor in Holly. There are two different 45 minute experiences at the manor with one-of-a-kind sets, immersive scares, and plenty of terrifying imagery. This year will also feature a Midway Carnival complete with old school games, casket rides, photo opportunities, and concessions.

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Blake’s Haunted Big Apple

Zombie paintball, spooky mazes, a haunted barn and hayride all await you this year at Blake’s Haunted Big Apple. Whether you want to journey through a three-story haunted barn or battle your way through a 3D spooky maze, Blake’s has plenty of unique ways of scaring the pants off you. All of the haunted fun begins on Friday, September 22nd.

Night Terrors at Wiard’s Orchard

Claiming to “put the terror in your face,” Night Terrors in Ypsilanti was rated in the top 13 of the scariest haunted houses in the world by HauntWorld.com in 2016. The haunted attraction returns in 2017 with six haunted events including their famous hayride and scream park. Grand opening takes place on Saturday, September 23rd with the haunted asylum, barn, and mindshaft only being available on opening night.