Haunted Hills Hospital

Haunted house in Northwestern Indiana.
Haunted Hills Hospital holds the most psychotic patients that were too evil for a regular mental facility. The Medical staff used the patients to perform crazy experiments that were supposedly meant to cure them. However, no one was ever helped and the patients were driven further into madness before being left to rot and die. But now the patients are in control! Travel through the hell and terror that has taken over the grounds of Hills Hospital. Will you make it out or will you become the newest patient?Location
4700 Central Ave.
Lake Station, IN 46403


Haunted Hills Hospital

The Thirteenth Hour

Indy has a new haunted house opening in 2017!
The Thirteenth Hour first opened 13 years ago as a charity haunted attraction. The event raised thousands of dollars for local community organizations and started the path to opening a professional haunted attraction.

In 2017, our team of builders and artists are resurrecting The Thirteenth Hour in Indianapolis. We have spent the last five years building a haunted attraction unlike anything you have seen before.

Join us as we take you on a journey below the surface and uncover a world that has been shielded from the public for over 100 years.Location
850 S. Keystone Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46203


The Thirteenth Hour

2016 Review: Indy Scream Park

For the first time since 2014, the Haunted House Indy team was able to travel to Anderson to check out Indy Scream Park.

Let's just jump into it...

Brickmore Asylum
From what I can remember, nothing much has really changed in this attraction.  The detail is still awesome and the acting is A-1.  I gave it 4 Skulls in 2014, and since I couldn't really tell a difference in 2016, it'll stay that way.

Rage 3D
Back in 2014, this attraction was called Bedlam 3D, and from what I can tell, very little has changed other than the name.  I could spot a few new things, but nothing major.  Still, I was once again very impressed with Rage 3D.  Who doesn't love a clown-themed 3D haunt?

The last of the indoor haunts in Pandemic (formerly Nachtmahr in 2014).  This is the first attraction I've been to where the customer can choose to be a part of the show if they want wearing a glow necklace.  I chose not to wear one just so I could observe.  Pandemic was full of surprises th…

2016 Review: Fear Fair

We finally managed to venture out to Seymour to check out Fear Fair!  And I'm left with one burning question: Why the hell have I not been here before?!

Since we had never been to Fear Fair before, we took a former employee along with us.  Throughout the experience, he supplied us with little tidbits here and there that helped us get an idea of the history of the haunt -- and we loved every bit.

One thing you notice right off the bat with Fear Fair is their attention to detail.  Which, if you've read any of my reviews, you know detail goes a long way with me.  And Fear Fair has detail.  Lots of detail.

An elevator scene at the beginning really sets the tone and feel.  And a New Orleans/Bourbon Street scene that is second to none.  Don't even get me started on how much I loved the swampy bayou scene.  Man, was that cool!

As for actors, I'm happy to report that every actor I encountered was totally into what they were doing.  And that's always a plus.  I'll take…

The Key Haunted Escape Rooms

The Key Haunted Escape Rooms is a series of haunt-themed escaped rooms.  The Key was formerly Slaughterhaus Haunted House.
The idea of THE KEY was the dream of entrepreneurs Julie Gerard and Tammy Beckham, who had begun plans for this attraction years ago.
They had heard talk of an old house in the country that had served as a hospital for the terminally ill in the early 19th century. The house was apparently deemed haunted and as a result, had stood deserted for decades.
The owner of the house would challenge small groups of people to be locked in the house overnight, where they would have to look for clues and solve different puzzles in order to escape before sun up.
Now with escape rooms surfacing seemingly everywhere, people are discovering just how exciting and exhilarating the challenge can be. No matter the scenario or theme, escape games provide an all-together different and extremely fun activity for family outings, a group of friends or even corporate team building.

2016 Review: Niles Haunted House Scream Park

For the third straight year, the Haunted House Indy team traveled up north to Niles, Michigan to check out the one and only Niles Haunted House Scream Park!

The three-hour drive is always worth it.

And I must say, for only being the second weekend, they were PACKED.

The Niles Haunted House
First up, the main house at Niles.  This year's theme was Cinema, with a lot of classic movie monsters coming to life.  The cinematic theming is second to none and was awesome to see and experience.  It's very hard to ignore the amount of time and effort that has clearly gone into this house.  A must-see for sure.

Krampus: A Christmas Curse & Cabin 13
The Krampus attraction was so cool.  If you're familiar with the legend, then you'll get a huge kick out of this one.  The details are extraordinary and the scares are genuine.  A+, for sure.  And as for Cabin 13, this takes the cake for me.  The theming and setup are absolutely incredible.  Granted, I'm a sucker for anything woo…