5 of the Most Terrifying Halloween Haunted Attractions in Connecticut
Each year it's game-on to find the most frightening bloodcurdling haunted houses in the state.
I spent nearly two hours searching Google and cthauntedhouses.com. to come up with the five most disturbingly horrifying haunted houses across Connecticut. The five I've selected are NOT for the faint of heart and are most definitely not appropriate for children. Just a warning, they may cause you to pee your parents and/or scream for the entire time you're inside the terror zone. Are you ready?
According to a score of 4.8 among 328 Google reviews, Trail of Terror is one of the top haunted attractions in New England. For one solid hour, you will be subjected to 30 interactive mind-blowing horror scenes.
Tucked away in the back of an industrial park, the Trail of Terror includes chain saws, terrifying clowns, screaming zombies, and lots of blood. Some will say that as your walking to the Trail you will hear screams of Terror. For tickets and more info, click on trailofterror.com.
Here's what I've learned about, 'Haunt on Eden.' Watch out for 'The Teacher' and make sure to walk into the 'Village.' Warning: You may not be able to find your way out of the Asylum.
On the Haunt on Eden website, some reviewers stated, "Don't go alone!"..."The acting, details, and scares are top-notch"..."Actors were literally walking on the walls for Christ's sake!"
For schedules and ticket info, click on the Haunt on Eden FB page.
Their slogan tells all: Real Farm, Real Woods, Real Fear. You just might enjoy the forgotten souls released from their graves to taunt the living and they will be thrilled as you scream bloody murder.
Inside the Legends of Fear are five haunted attractions: The Haunted Hayride and the Hallow, The Fun House of Fear, Melon Head Revenge, Hemlock Manor Mortuary, Pines Hills Parish, and the Dark Forest. Go ahead, I dare ya. For more information on times and ticket sales, click on legendsoffear.com/tickets.
Should you decide to visit this legendary haunted attraction at 1058 Wolcott St. in Waterbury, you will be met with chainsaws, creepy sounds, animatronics, live characters, blood, and gore insider 55 rooms of terror.
Check out some of the comments posted on the website, cthauntedhouses.com...."Hands down the best-haunted attraction we've been to this year."..."Good roars and sound effects itself will take your soul out and make you feel crazy." If you can handle the blood and gore, click on nightmareonwolcottstreet.com. for complete details.
This haunted attraction located at 240 Spring Street in Southington rates a 4.5 out of 5 on cthauntedhouses.com. According to one reviewer, "Evidence of Evil goes beyond a traditional haunt and takes people right into an interactive horror movie."
Are you ready to be scared to death? Are you ready to experience goat man with a chainsaw? Are you ready to enter the torture chamber? Click on evidenceofevil.net to check hours and pricing.