1318 Wildwood Ave, Jackson, MI 49202 (517) 936-5834
It was well worth the trip to Jackson to go through this haunted house which was voted the best haunted attraction in 2014-2015. I didn’t pee but I never scream and I screamed like a little girl. It was terrifying.
“Very scary, many different props and rooms, long walk thru, pricey but better than most. Charts at the entrance keep track of how many people had various types of ” accidents” of puke, pee and more!” – Andy S. via Yelp
20309 Capital Ave NE, Battle Creek, MI 49017 (269) 883-6418
I went to Fear the Farm in Battle Creek last year during Halloween and got to shoot at zombies. It was a BLAST. Check out the video of me taking aim at the undead.
7656 Ravine Road Kalamazoo, MI 49009 (269) 491-0060
Kalamazoo is infamous for its historic asylum. Psycho Ward continues that historical tradition each Halloween.
“Psycho Ward is based on the legend of Floyd Cranston…Two days into the search, investigators made a horrific discovery deep in the swamp. Scattered across more than an acre were the dismembered and decomposing remains of more than 30 poor souls. A few days later, swat teams cornered Floyd not far from the gruesome scene, wearing the face of one of his victims as a mask. It took jurors just two hours to return a guilty verdict and commit Floyd to North Carolina’s notorious “Psycho Ward” Correctional Institution. Unfortunately, authorities had no idea just how “at home” Floyd would be at the facility.” – Psycho Ward’s Website
11375 Rowe Rd, Jonesville, MI 49250 (517) 549-5100
“Darksyde Acres in Jonesville. The drive alone to Darksyde will make you want to turn around. Those two so far have been our favorites.” – Laura Gentry Mowry via Facebook
“We are not like your average scary Halloween house. With over 70,000 square feet, Darksyde is one of the biggest and largest haunted attractions in the tri-state area. DarkSyde will Give you more scares for your dollar at every turn.” – Darksyde Acres Website
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