The scariest haunted house in the United States has both psychotic clowns and murderous scarecrows.
The American website Haunted Houses has made a list of the 13 most terrifying haunted houses in the United States.
Kersey Valley Spookywoods, located in North Carolina, has been named the scariest haunted house in the United States. Spookywoods has been upsetting visitors for over 30 years and is one of the oldest horror attractions in the US, writes AFP Relax News.
Spookywoods is designed as an old abandoned circus. Highlights include, according to AFP Relax News, a crazy clown who cuts up his victims before cramming body parts in toys and dolls, as well as a scarecrow who tries to kill visitors who are going through a cornfield. And not least, a very furious psychologist who performs grotesque psychological experiments on his patients.
In second place we find the Haunted Hotel, located in San Diego, California.
In third place is the Spookyworld Nightmare in New England. The prehistory of this haunted house is a bit special. In 1985, a group of teenage boys challenged each other to go into an abandoned farmhouse, which turned out to be inhabited by a large, loud bat family. Now it has become big business. Spookywoods has over 300 employees that welcome over 500,000 visitors each year. The concept changes every year.
Here is the list of the scariest haunted houses in USA:
Kersey Valley Spookywoods, Archdale, North Carolina
The Haunted Hotel, San Diego, California
Spookyworld – Nightmare, New England, Litchfield, New England
The Dent Schoolhouse, Cincinnati, Ohio
Cutting Edge Haunted House, Fort Worth, Texas
Bennett's Curse, Baltimore, Maryland
The Beast, Kansas City, Missouri
The House of Torment, Austin, Texas
Headless Horseman Hayrides and Haunted Houses, Ulster Park, New York
13th Floor Haunted House, Chicago, Illinois
The Asylum, Denver, Colorado
Nightmare On The Bayou, Houston, Texas
Erebus Haunted Attraction, Pontiac, Michigan.
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