29 Oct The Haunts of Detroit – Places to Go & See This Month
Detroit is home to several award winning haunted attractions. From ghost tours to a walk through abandoned woods, even the bravest mortal will be shaking in fear.
Night Terrors Haunted Thrill Park
Where else can you find six haunted attractions in one place? Whether you crave haunted paintball, a haunted hayride, touring an abandoned barn, Asylum, or mine, Wiard’s Orchards has it all. Don’t forget to check out the ever-popular alien clowns before you leave!
The Haunted Junction
If you are looking for some paranormal activity this Halloween, consider this supernatural experience. Just thirty minutes outside of Detroit lies The Haunted Junction, which was originally built by Detroit United Railway as a powerhouse in 1899. Once used to provide energy to the surrounding community, it is now utilized as an energy portal for spirits to enter and exit the building as they please..
The Terrorfied Forest
This outdoor haunted attraction is not for the faint of heart. Travel deep into the abandoned woods for a 40-minute walk of terror.
Saint Lucifer’s Scream Park
Rated the no. 1 Haunted House in Michigan by the Travel Channel, one of the Top 5 Haunted Attractions in the Midwest by Forbes Magazine, and Top 25 in America Haunted Attraction Magazine, this award winning attraction will leave you screaming for more. Activities include Zombie Killerz Black Ops Paintball, Saint Lucifer’s Haunted Asylum, and a haunted attraction known as 13 Feet Under. Enter if you dare.
Haunted Detroit Tours
Think you can handle a two and a half hour ghost-hunting paranormal adventure through Detroit? Visitors can expect to journey to several haunted locations in the Metro-Detroit area while they receive a brief history of each of the sites and search for spirits. Tour guides will be equipped with ghost hunting tools such as digital cameras, infra-red thermometers, and EMF detectors to help identify potential ghosts and/or paranormal activity.
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