Showing posts from October, 2015

Slaughterhaus Haunted House (R.I.P.)

Get a load of SLAUGHTERHAUS!
It's a Nightmare on Post Road this year since the owners of PRRC have taken back their haunt (formerly known as 'Corpse Manor'), and will be offering a disgustingly dismal tour of this enormous 7,000 sq ft house with tons of sick and twisted shockers from a depressing beginning to the 'Freaky' end. We apologize in advance if something were to startle you suddenly...Location
4700 N. Post Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46229



2015 Review: FriteLodge Haunted House

For the second year in a row we made it out to FriteLodge!  Seriously, I can't ever seem to get enough of this haunt!  If I still had the time to get back into haunt acting, this would definitely be my first choice!  But, to the point, this haunt a had a new theme this year, Sweet Dreams (last year was Home Unsweet Home).

Let's dig in, shall we...

Sweet Dreams
This is one of the hardest haunts to describe.  It really has to be experienced.  That's probably one of the biggest compliments that we can give a haunt.  The people at FriteLodge do SO MUCH with so little, and their efforts do not go unnoticed.

Everyone from the owner down to actors care about this place.  And that sense of community just glows through every creak and crevice in the haunt.

The new theme, Sweet Dreams, is pretty damn cool.  It plays with internal fears and emotions and is super effective in doing so.

The haunt itself feels so big, and when it's all over and you look back at the building, you…

2015 Review: Haunted Angelus House

We finally made it out to Haunted Angelus House!  We wanted to visit this one last year but our schedule didn't quite work out in our favor.  So, needless to say, we made this haunt a priority this year.  Located just off the highway, this one is super easy to find, parking is no problem and best of all -- there's a Halloween store attached (Ron's Halloween).

Let's dig in, shall we...

Haunted Angelus House
Upon entering Haunted Angelus, you're immediately taken into the customary waiting room.  Haunted Angelus does a great job of setting the scene early.  You're greeted by siniamouster mannequins dressed in spooky garb and entertained on a large projection screen with zombies tearing apart a man and being shot dead.

After a short wait, you're met at the actual entrance by, in my opinion, one of the liveliest ticket-takers I have ever encountered -- she was a real hoot!  And she does a great job of keeping the groups separated by several minutes, therefore m…