The Haunted Cavern at Ruby Falls
Friday October 26, 2007.
By Shrub


We made it down to The Haunted Cavern at Ruby Falls located at Lookout Mountain on the Tennessee/Georgia state line. It was a real good time and one of the very best haunts we’ve been to this year. I’m thinking it’s probably the “scariest” one of the year for us. They had some very talented actors who were relentless when they identified a fraidy cat.

The fun starts before you even enter as zombies terrorize the line and even the parking lot. They gurgle and screech in your face and slide on their knees, setting off bright, trailing showers of sparks.

If you are claustrophobic, you are going to have a really hard time with this place. The above ground portion is nice and open, but then you are crowded into the “Hellevator” for a high tech, frightening crash landing into the depths of the cave. Once in the cave, there is zero light and small tunnels which may cause you to duck most of the way.

Once you get underground, the only light is provided by glow sticks given to about every 4th person. This means you can only see about 2-3 feet around you, with menacing darkness all around the edges. This is where the undead miners lurk. Really great costumes and atmosphere along with top-notch action are on display at the Haunted Cavern. They are having a $5.00 off deal tonight, Halloween, so get out there… last chance.


Ruby Falls Haunted Cavern, 1720 South Scenic Highway, Chattanooga, TN 37409


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