A legend among the haunted houses of Louisville, the Baxter Avenue Morgue is a 100-year old morgue. Transformed into a haunted house each Halloween, Baxter Avenue Morgue has a distinct cast of characters.
451 Baxter Ave.
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Open every Friday and Saturday through October, Cobb’s Haunt is a haunted corn maze. The maze opens at 8 p.m. and closes at Midnight. No lights or flashlights are allowed (making the experience even creepier) and the cost is $15 per person.
6516 Echo Trl.
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Billed as “Literally, a Haunted House,” the Culbertson Mansion attraction is in the carriage house of the historic Culbertson Mansion. The carriage house is truly haunted, so the story goes, and volunteers help the building into terror on Halloween season Friday and Saturday nights.
914 East Main St.
New Albany, IN
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Opened in 2011, the story is this location was once home to an ice manufacturer until the owner of the company went mad.
6330 Strawberry Ln.
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Different than a haunted house, Danger Run is a driving game. With a group of friends, all in your car, you will solve clues and ultimately obtain access to two haunted houses. Admission to the haunted houses is included with the price of Danger Run. Danger Run is $18.95 per person and has three starting locations, all originating at a Lowe’s.
Danger Run East
501 S Hurstbourne Pkwy.
Danger Run West
6651 Dixie Hwy.
Danger Run North
1350 Veterans Pkwy.
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Haunted with classic monsters, and taking a frightening twist on those stories, the Devil’s Attic is a frightening attraction. It is designed to appeal to purists of the classic horror film genre. Admission is $17 per person.
647 West Hill St.
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A haunted attraction with indoor and outdoor elements, Darkness Falls on Asylum is in a haunted woods with a bit of haunted house to boot. Come ready to spend time walking outside and know that Darkness Falls is one of the attractions at Asylum Haunted Scream Park. For those interested, they have paintball, too.
3101 Pond Station Rd.
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Situated on a six-acre cornfield, Field of Screams is a haunted maze. More difficult than others, it can often take an hour to find your way through the Field of Screams, making it a better bargain for visitors looking to spend more scary time. Oh, and there is a haunted barn, too. Tickets go on sale at 7 p.m. Entering the attraction begins around 8 or 8:30 p.m. The maze is $20 per person. There is also a Hayride to Hell for $15 per person. Buy tickets for both at $30 per person.
132 Darnall Ave.
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Open Friday and Saturday nights, from 7 p.m.-Midnight, the Governor’s Square Massacre is a haunted house presented by the Shelbyville Fire Department. Featuring characters from popular horror movies and demons, it is known to be scary and worth the drive. Tickets are $10.
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For over two decades, the Haunted Hotel has been scaring visitors. Known for gore and disturbing seasons, the staff tries to top itself each year. It usually begins with an elevator ride to the 13th floor and gets progressively more frightening from there. Normal admission is $17, there are promotions on the website for discounts and more expensive VIP tickets.
3000 S Fourth St.
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