Dallas/Fort Worth, area Texas.
Follow the links to visit the websites for each attraction.
DUNGEON OF DOOM: located in the Arlington Museum of Art, this small haunted house packs a big punch. An annual favorite, we'll assume they'll be back as their website has not been updated for 2003 yet. This one is very dark and usually has very good actors. If you're going for a pure scare, Dungeon of Doom has been known to deliver.
DALLAS SCAREGROUNDS: Downtown haunted house with three seperate sections. They seamlessly run together so it really just seems like one big one. This place definately deserves an honorable mention as one year they threw a bar-b-que with guest of honor GUNNAR HANSEN giving me a chance to meet him and have my poster signed. Last year didn't even go because the line was so freaking long, but (as the line suggests) it's a good scary one.
the DSG staff regarding the long line: "we (now) have a "Now Serving"
type system. Buy your ticket & roam the Fest-EVIL grounds till your group
# is displayed - no more agonizing lines. We are open every Thursday &
Sunday in October if the Fri/Sat crowds are too much. (An extra incentive
- our $3-OFF coupons are only valid on these slower nights + Sat, Nov.1).
The earlier in the Season you come, the shorter the wait to enter. "
So there you go. Good news.
This is one I haven't attended yet but it claims to be "the largest Haunted
House EVER!!" From their website: over 40 BONE chilling scenes, a no
waiting-line ticketing system
and bad to the BONE special effects. Food, music, games, all indoor in a 130,000 square foot building.
TERRAIN OF TERROR: First year attraction in Allen, TX. Features the first "Monster Safari Ride" that I am aware of. It's paint ball and a haunted hayride in one attraction. Dark maze and haunted house as well.
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