Chattanooga Haunted Houses

haunted houses in chattanooga

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Opening weekend is September 28th and every weekend in October through Halloween.  Doors open at 7PM until 11PM or later. While you’re at it, be sure to get an X-Treme Scream Pass, a $75 value for only $20! The pass includes: Admission to Haunted Carnival, 19 holes of Haunted Golf (Good anytime in October), 3 free spring training batting tokens, 1 free go-kart pass, 1 free Papa Johns pizza, more fear and more fun for a much better value! So don’t miss out on a great opportunity this Halloween to get you and your friends/family scared silly at none other than Sir Goony’s Haunted Carnival!

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Evil lives in the deep recesses of our own Ruby Fall’s, the dwelling place of darkness is known as: The Haunted Cavern. Those who have been lucky enough to escape with their lives have raved that their experience was not only terrifying, but a lot of fun as well! Armed with a multifaceted array of gruesome characters and an environment beneath the earth’s surface that is the stuff out of your worst nightmare, The Haunted Cavern sets the precedent for what fear is all about in Southeast Tennessee.

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The Haunted Hilltop is one of Chattanooga’s highest voted haunted houses and is gearing up for their grand opening on September 28th. With Halloween just around the corner and competition in the area being more than formidable, The Haunted Hilltop has had to step up their A-game for 2012. They started by expanding for this year by adding new rooms onto both of their two haunted houses, adding many new state of the art animatronics, and have more than 35 professional live actors nightly. They also feature a haunted maze, a  haunted hayride through the woods and a cornfield, bonfires, concessions, music, and a graveyard.

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The City of Ringgold will host its annual Haunted Depot this October. Based upon the Legend of the Haunted Depot, this popular attraction will also include hayrides along Chickamauga Creek. Come in and join the fun as the Legend Returns!!!

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Twisted Ent. presents a bone-chilling adventure that will take you on a morbid journey deep into these wicked woods.When you arrive at Post-Mortem be ready to walk 25 minutes into the unknown. You will encounter the not so dead returning to get revenge on the living. You will also come face to face with all things evil and these creatures will stop at nothing to make you there next victim!  This haunt is not for children or whining wimps!

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Forest of Fear: An all new, totally redesigned haunt featuring a massive new “dark maze”. Guests will brave the forest, swamps and the laboratories of biotech company BSF Global on their journey through the Forest of Fear. A lucky few will be “selected” to assist in the research!

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Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park has been thrilling guests for over eighty-five years with attractions like theCannon Ball Roller Coaster and the OH-Zone! This October, the South’s favorite family amusement park is set to unveil eerie thrills and chills! Lake WinnepeSPOOKah, Lake Winnie’s Halloween event arrives in 2012 with ghastly fun for the family!

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The town of ‘Homestead’ has suffered much this past year. Bad water has been flowing from the mining company in the town’s drinking water and turning all its people into the ‘Walking Dead’! On top of that, One-Eyed Bruce is back in town raising cain and taking advantage of its inhababitants! Homestead is now known as the ‘Home of the Dead’!

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