You might expect that the haunted houses in Texas 2013 would get only a lone star on a rating system. But you would be seriously mistaken. America’s Best Top 100 Haunted Houses in 2013 (with videos). The ghosts at the Texas haunted attractions will run you right off their property for spreading such a vicious rumor.
There are 63 haunts in Texas with some being the best attractions in the nation.
2013 Haunted Houses in Houston
Houston is home to the Johnson Space Center, where NASA’s Mission Control Center is located. The ghosts here, as you can expect, are a bit out of this world. Houston has some of the Best Houses in Texas.
ScreamWorld - 2225 N. Sam Houston Parkway W., Houston, TX 77038
ScreamWorld has been around for over 23 years. It takes about one hour to go through all five house attractions. Tickets online are $25 or $29 at the door. Online tickets currently are reduced for an unknown limited time. ScreamWorld is open Friday and Saturday nights in September and Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October 2013. Season starts on September 20th and runs through November 2nd. It is open additional dates on October 28, 29, and 30th. Doors open at 8 pm and closes at midnight on Friday and Saturday. Haunt closes at 10:30 pm other nights. It takes 45 minutes to an hour to complete this haunt. The haunts are Skull Cave featuring animatronics, VooDoo Swamp, and Psycho Farm House. Jakes’s Slaughterhouse is a grim old style meat processing plant complete with slaughtered beef. Edge of Darkness features a morgue, hospital, and death row. Maze of Maniacs has meandering corridors, strobe lights, and ghouls. Finally Zombie Graveyard is an outdoor attraction with undead creatures. This place has received numerous awards for creativity and terror. Expect to be entertained. Screamworld is a Funtober Favorite 100 and a top 100 most popular haunted attraction in the country.
Nightmare on the Bayou - 1515 Studemont St., Houston, Texas 77007
Nightmare on the Bayou bills itself as America’s scariest Halloween attraction as seen on the Travel Channel. It is located next to Houston’s oldest graveyard. It is a large haunted house with over 15,000 square feet of terror. Nightmare opens at 7:30 and closes at 11 pm. Nightmare is open every Friday and Saturday evening from September 27th through November 2nd plus the additional nights of October 17, 20, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, and 31. Tickets are $32. Sunday’s has Family Night special tickets for $27. Nightmare is a Funtober Favorite 100 and a top 100 most popular haunted attraction in the country.
Phobia - 18777 U. S. Hwy. 290, Houston, Texas 77065
They call themselves “Houston’s biggest haunted house attraction”. Phobia features 8 haunted attractions all at one location. There are separate lines and separate ticket prices. You should allow 15 minutes to complete each haunt. Tickets are $13 per haunt or combo packages at $25, $35, and $50. Expect to find psycho clowns, robots, staggering zombies, eerie woods, and screaming chainsaws. The haunts are Mind Control, 3 D Phobia, Claustrophobia, Drake Institute, Dawn of the Machine, Drake World, Fowler’s Woods, and Mania. Phobia starts the season on September 27th and 28th. They are open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night from October 4th through November 2nd. They are also open October 24th, 30th, and 31st. Doors open at 7:30 or 8 pm. See the schedule on their website.
Houston Screamfest - 1500 Elton Street, Houston, Texas 77034
Tickets are $29.95 for Screamfest including admission to Castle of Doom and The Sanitarium. It is open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night from October 4th through November 2nd. Also open October 30th and 31st. Doors open at 8 pm and closes at either 10:30 pm or midnight. Expect big crowds and lots of fun at this place. However, parts of Houston Screamfest featuring the haunt Texas Chainsaw Maze are free including movies and live bands nightly. Adult beverages served at the bar. You get the haunted house, maze, and suspension show included for free. What a deal! Ten attractions including the new Zombie Paintball. Spend the evening at this fun entertainment facility.
The Haunted Trails
The Haunted Trails and Natures Nightmare are very scary. Tickets are $17 for each attraction or a combo ticket is $30. There are some discount nights still available. It is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from September 27th through November 2nd. Also open on the additional dates of October 17, 24, 28, 29, 30, and 31st. The two locations are Nature’s Nightmare at 1734 N. Sam Houston Parkway W. and Haunted Trails at 11500 Antoine Dr., Houston, TX 77066.
Terror Dome - 16020 East FRWY, Houston, TX 77530
If you are scarred at other places try Terror Dome. Opens between 8 pm and midnight every Friday and Saturday from October 4th through November 2nd plus most Sundays and a few other nights. See their posted Schedule on their website as some nights they open at 7 pm. They have many discount ticket nights. Full Terror tickets are $20. Also some nights include a live DJ and Zombie Dancers.
Red Rum Haunted House, 1207 FM 359, Richmond, TX 77406
RedRum has three haunted attractions for one low price. Tickets are $25. The themes change each year for all new shows. Circus 3D and Carnival are the 2013 attractions. It is open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in October 2013 beginning at 8 pm nightly. Also open October 31st, November 1st and 2nd.
Kingswood Asylum, 1965 Northpark Drive, Kingwood, TX 77339
The grounds at Kingswood Asylum are tainted, ruined, and diseased. Dr. Blackman and his staff closed the asylum in the 60′s. Tickets are $20 and gates open at 8 pm. You get three haunted attractions for the price. PsyOps, Blackman’s Estate, and Hallowed Grounds will scare you to pray or die. Note we are hoping to confirm their 2013 location and information.
Heart Stopper Fright, 333 Our Road, Shepherd, Texas 77371
“The Boogeyman loves to play for keeps” at Heart Stopper Fright. It has 13 acres of terror and an Army of Darkness. There are 3 haunts available separately or as a combo package. Parking is free and it runs from 7 pm to 11 pm. The haunts are Woods of Deception $11, Maze of Halloween $11, or House of unholy $16. The combo ticket is $35. HSF opens September 20, 21, 27, 28, October 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26, 31, and November 1, 2.
Fearshire Farms, 1100 South Walker, Angleton, Texas 77515
The three attractions plus the courtyard are open 7 pm to 12 pm every Friday and Saturday night in October plus Halloween from 7 pm to 10 pm. They also have a free courtyard that has a campfire pit for marshmallows, a pumpkin display, a shooting gallery, Bucking Bull, maze, food and drinks. They have three levels of scary entertainment. Tickets to the haunts are: Fearsons Farm House $20, Dead End Corn Maze $20, and Honkey’s Fun House $15. The Fear Pass Combo ticket (all three) includes the courtyard entertainment sells for $35..
2013 San Antonio
San Antonio has one of the largest concentrations of the military in the United States. It should come as no surprise that there are a few peace loving ghosts stirring up trouble in these parts. San Antonio has some great Texas haunted houses.
Terror Mansion - 414 W. Laurel, San Antonia, Texas 78212
Terror is 23 rooms of horror. Rats, roaches, and spiders are everywhere in the cold dark insane asylum. Some of the rooms are CSI, Maze, creepy clowns, Jason, Freddy, and the human meat locker. Expect to find bloody instruments of terror. Tickets are $20. Terror Mansion is open the last Friday and Saturday in September. In October every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday plus every night Halloween week. The doors open at 7 pm.
The 13th Floor - 1203 E. Commerce Street, San Antonio, Texas 78205
Two haunted houses at one location and for one low price. The 13th Floor says they are the longest and largest haunted attraction in San Antonio. Warning the event may be too intense. Ever wonder why the 13th floor is missing in so many buildings. The two haunts are Groudup and 13th Floor. Tickets are $19.99 from Sunday through Thursday and $22.99 on Friday and Saturday. Doors open at 7 pm. They are open Friday and Saturday nights from September 13th through November 16th from 7 pm to midnight. Also open Sundays and Thursday nights until 11 pm from September 29th until October 27th. Other nights are October 16, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30, plus Halloween night. This is a Funtober Favorite 100 and a top 100 most popular haunted attraction in the country.
Dallas Haunted Houses for 2013
Dallas-Fort Worth grew based on the strength of its cotton and oil. So we have no doubt that the city was a rough place in its early years. And produced enough ghosts to haunt a whole slew of houses. Dallas has some of the Best Haunted Houses in Texas.
Cutting Edge Haunted house, 1701 E. Lancaster Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Guinness marked Cutting Edge Haunted House as the “World’s Largest Walk Through Haunted House”. The dark attraction is filled with terrifying live characters, amazing special effects, and incredible monsters. Tickets are $25 for a single attraction or $50 for the combo ticket. How long does it take to go through Cutting Edge? The answer is how fast can you run. Actually it takes about 55 minutes to go through this haunt. Cutting Edge opens on Friday and Saturday nights from September 13th until November 2nd. they are also open Sunday nights from October 6th until the 27th. Additional dates include October 17, 23, 24, and 28-31. Doors open at 7 pm or 8 pm and runs until 10 pm or midnight. Check their schedule for details. Voted one of the best attractions anywhere. It is a Funtober Favorite 100 and a top 100 most popular haunted attraction in the country. Funtober names Cutting Edge the #1 Haunted House in Texas.
The Boneyard Haunted House – 2921 E Division St., Arlington, Texas 76011
“Experience the Fear” at the Boneyard. Tickets are $27. Doors open at 7 pm every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in October 2013 plus every night from October 23rd through November 2nd. Opening night is September 13th. Additional dates are October 10, 16, 17. Friday and Saturday nights they are open until midnight. Open until 10 pm other nights. Haunt is located across from six flags and near Texas Stadium.
Fear Factory Insanitarium, 6303 Main Street, The Colony, TX
Fear is open every Friday and Saturday night from October 11th through November 2nd (8pm to midnight). Presented by Lakeside Community theater this is an interactive fright featuring live actors and scenes. No waiting lines and inside movie also.
13th Street Morgue, 410 Houston School Road, Red Oak, Texas 75154
There are three haunts named 13th Street Morgue, Dungeon of Doom, and Reindeer Manor. Find this haunt at Reindeer Manor Abusement Park. Tickets are $20 each or a $35 combo price. In October the attractions open at 7 pm on Saturdays and at 8 pm on Fridays. They are open Friday and Saturday from September 28th through November 2nd plus the 21st and 31st. Most night they close at 12:30 am. The Morgue dates back to 1915 and has been the location of many paranormal investigations. It is the 2nd most real haunted house in Texas. The Dungeon of Doom is located in an old saloon haunted by 4 entities. Attraction has been recognized nationally for fantastic entertainment.
Moxley Manor Haunted House, 510 Harwood Road, Bedford, TX 76021
Expect strange creatures, blood, and zombies at Moxley Manor Haunted House. A story of infidelity, jealously, debt, and murder at a local family home. Moxley Manor is open Christmas, Friday’s the 13th, Valentines Day, and of course many dates around Halloween. Doors open at 8 pm in September and 7:30 pm in October. If you want wear your costume however no face masks. Attraction closes on Friday and Saturday in October at midnight. Open until 10 pm on other dates. Moxley Manor is open Friday and Saturday nights in September beginning on Friday the 13th. It is open all Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October plus October 17, 23, 24, 28, 29, 30, and 31st, 2013. Also open November 1st and 2nd. This is an indoor haunt open rain or shine. Tickets are $17.
Naughtrite Dedical Center, Bedford, TX
A prominent medical center run by Dr. Munger. The good doctor develops chemical treatments that turn him into a mad murderer. The medical center is now famous for medical malpractice, torture, and death. Expect to see scenes of surgery, blood, and death. No vampires or zombies cutting into patients at this haunt. Trust the good doc to reserve a room for you. Tickets are $17. It opens October 12th. Naughtrite will open 7 pm every Friday and Saturday until midnight in October. Additional dates are Sunday the 21st and 28th until 10 pm.
Zombie Manor, 7501 US Highway 287, Arlington, TX 76001
Zombies are hunting for flesh and blood at Zombie Manor. Dallas Fort Worth’s most terrifying and intense haunted house experience. Home of the original walking dead. Open September 13, 14, 21, 28, October 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26, 27, 30, 31, and November 1, 2. Check their online schedule as they are open at either 7 pm or 8 pm and close at 10 pm, 11 pm, or midnight. If you want a zombie adventure then this is the place.
Reindeer Manor Haunted House, 410 Houston School Road, Red oak, TX 75154
This haunt is connected with 13th Street Morgue and Dungeons of Doom. You can enter Reindeer Manor Haunted House for the ticket price of $17 or all three for a combo price of $35. The manor opens every Friday and Saturday nights in October 2013 plus Halloween night. Reindeer Manor is about a great manor, insane father, and children who are poisoned and demented killers.
Thrillvania, 2330 County Road 138, Terrell, Texas 75161
Thrillvania Thrill Park is 4 amazing haunt attractions. Tickets are $30. Thrillvania is open September 28th plus every Friday and Saturday in October. Also open Sunday’s the 20th and 27th plus Thursday, Halloween night. Thrillvania is open rain or shine. Doors open at 8 pm. The five haunts are “The World Famous Verdun Manor” about a psychopathic werewolf. “Cassandra’s Labyrinth of Terror” deals with clown horror. “Sam Hain’s Trail of Torment” has lots of psychic madness. Finally the Thorn Hall is a chilling experience of sensory overload. Thrillvania is a Funtober Favorite 100 and a top 100 most popular haunted attraction in the country.
Mischief Manor Haunted House - 7829 E FM 917, Alvarado, TX 76009
Presented by Chaos there is more than a few blood and gore scenes to scare you senseless. A short drive from Fort Worth, get close and follow the screams. Tickets for the haunted house are $17. The Chaos Academy ticket is $7. A combo ticket costs $22. Also visit Panic’s Playground for games, face painting, concessions, and events. Mischief is open Friday and Saturday nights from September 27th through Halloween night. Also open October 13th and 31st. Doors open at 7 pm and close at midnight. Doors will close early at 10 pm on the 13th and 31st.
The Parker House, 8550 West University Drive, Denton, TX 76207
Closed by the FBI this home based mortuary housed the Parker family whose daughter Mary embarked on a reign of terror and death. It now opens at 7:30 pm most nights. Attraction is open every Friday and Saturday night until midnight from September 13th until November 2nd. Also open the additional dates of October 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, 29, 30, and 31. Tickets are $23.
The Haunt House, 4935 West Interstate 30, Caddo Mills, Tx 75135 (near Dallas TX)
It follows the history of a traveling carnival with missing customers and clowns who now roam the grounds of The Haunted House. Rated #1 in Dallas. Tickets are $17 and includes free parking. Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from September 28th through November 2nd. Also open Halloween night. Doors open at 7 pm. Closes at midnight during October Friday and Saturday nights.
Tayman Graveyard, 4721 Cecilia Avenue, Midlothian, TX
Graveyard is open every Friday and Saturday from September 27th through November 2nd. It is open 7:30 pm until 12 pm most nights. Also open October 20th, 27th and 31st until 11 pm. Tickets are $25 for adults and $18 for short children. Attraction features a maze, 3D clown experience, a walkthrough Gravedigger’s Hollow, and the flagship attraction Funeral Home.
Terrorplex, 6921 Bennett Lawson, Mansfield, TX 76063
Tickets are $22 and includes the Midway of Mayhem with souvenirs, concession stands, photos, music, and dark entertainment. You get to enter the Midnight Manor and experience Dr. Morbid’s experiments. Also included is the Circus of the Dead, Infested, and Limbo (outdoor maze). See the renovated and updated 2013 attractions. A whole new terror experience. Terrorplex opens every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from September 20th through November 2nd., plus Halloween night. Doors open at 7:30 pm and close at midnight on Friday and Saturday or 10 pm on Sunday.
Slaughterhouse, 2615 Elm Street Deep Ellum, Texas (near North Dallas, TX)
Slaughterhouse features 16,000 square feet of future terror. It is all new and redesigned for 2013. Tickets are $20. It will open Friday from 9 pm to 1 am on September 13th. It run most Friday and Saturdays until November 2nd. It is open 8 pm until 1 am most night ad 2 am some nights. Check their ticket schedule for your exact date and time.
Texas Scaregrounds, 800 W. Kennedale Parkway, Kennedale, TX 76060
Features 2 haunted attractions plus food, music, games, and free parking. Tickets are $21 for both attractions. Sunday tickets are $15 for one attraction. Texas Scaregrounds has Chaos Haunted House and Havoc’s Interactive Hayride. Expect to find zombies and lots of them. Haunt is open at 7 pm Friday and Saturday from September 27th through Halloween plus October 28, 29, 30, and 31. (Note we are waiting to confirm ticket prices and dates.)
Festival of Nightmares, 4729 South Carrier Parkway, Grand Prairie, TX 75052
Tickets are $10 with doors opening at 7:30 pm every Friday and Saturday in October 2013 plus Halloween night. The Festival is a story of the gypsy curse of Von Rohtenstein and the gruesome and horrid monsters who bring horror to the poor souls passing nearby. Free parking, concession stand, and lots of scary fun for the benefit of scout troop 202.
Hangman’s House of Horrors, 2013 N. Forest Park Blvd., Fort Worth, TX 76102
This is described as “The Best Place to get Spooked”. There are 3 haunts at Hangman’s House of Horrors. A full evening of entertainment with live bands, karaoke, festival game activities, food trucks, and free parking. The haunts are Hangman’s which takes about 30 minutes to go through. Then 3D Wonderland takes you through a look at Alice through the rabbit hole. Finally McDagenville deals with the dead in revenge of the hillbillies. Tickets are $25. Notes specials are available online including season passes, coupons, group discounts, two for one tickets, and more. Check their online website for details. The story is back in 1882 a lynch mob ended the terror of Hezekiah Jones who hanged more than 100 innocent persons. The attraction is open every Friday and Saturday night from September 13th through November 2nd. Doors open at 7:30 pm and close at midnight. Also open October 27-31 from 7:30 pm until 10 pm.
Screams, 2511 FM 66, Waxahachie, TX 75167
There are 5 major attractions at Screams Halloween Theme Park. Tickets are $27. Activities include the haunts plus games, actors, rides, karaoke, food and drink. The haunts are Castle of Darkness, 3D Pirates of Peril Point, Ghoul’s Graveyard, Unkel Koy’s Klown Maze, and an all new for 2013 Hotel of Horror. Screams opens 7:30 pm every Friday and Saturday from September 27th through October 26th plus Sunday the 27th. This park is open until 1:30 am on Friday and Saturday or 11 pm on Sunday night.
Austin Haunted Houses
Ever been to an outdoor concert? If so, you’ll know why there are more than a few ghosts that have never made it out of The Live Music Capital of the World. Austin is home to music and great haunted houses in Texas.
The House of Torment - 523 Highland Mall Blvd., Austin, Texas 78152
Now with more than 10 years of haunting the House of Torment has 3 haunted attractions for the price of one. Tickets are $24.99. It has long been recognized as one of America’s top haunted attractions. Featured haunted houses include Cursed, The Awakening, and The Slaughterhouse. Most Friday and Saturday nights have music, DJ, live radio broadcast, and undead dancers. House of Torment is open more than 30 dates during September, October, and November. Call (512) 407 9449 for details. Generally it is open every Friday and Saturday night from September 13th through November 16th. Also open every night from October 10th through Halloween night. Most Friday and Saturdays open 7 pm until midnight. Most other dates open 7:30 until 11 pm. House of Torment is a Funtober Favorite 100 and a top 100 most popular haunted attraction in the country.
Scare for a Cure - 14219 Littig Road, Manor, TX 78653
Scare is a charity haunt that supports many community good causes. It features three attractions including Fairy Tale Nightmares, Murder at Ghost Town, and The Boneyard. Tickets are $30. Fairy Tale takes about 45 minutes to complete. From a Zombie wasteland to a carnival of lost souls you will find great entertainment at Scare for a Cure.
Night Terrors 13096 N. Hwy 183, Austin, TX
At an all new location for 2013, Night Terrors is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from September 27th through October 13th. They open at 7 pm. They are open every night from October 17th through November 2nd. Most nights they are open 7 pm until 12 am. They believe they are the most extreme haunted house ever created.
El Paso Haunted Houses
El Paso may be the call center capital of the United States, so you know why the citizens here deserve to be haunted. Do you think El Paso deserves to be known for its haunted houses in Texas?
Texas Terror Trail Haunted House – 401 Anthony Road, Cavutillo, TX 79835
This haunt features 2 acres of haunted trails and a 19 room haunted house at the paintball facility of WinkeyDoodles Paintball Adventure. There are two attractions. Haunted Trail Haunted House has a ticket price of $14. Zombie Paintball Adventure costs $11. It seems zombies have taken over the sanitarium. Facility is open from 7:30 pm to 11:30 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Terror is open Friday and Saturday nights starting on September 27th.
Corpus Christi Haunted Houses
Fright Night Haunted House 615 mesquite, Corpus Christi, Texas 78401
Fright Night is all new for 2013. New location and new frights in the building behind House of Rock. Expect to be scared. Tickets to each of their two attractions is $20 each or a combo ticket price of $30. They are open every Friday and Saturday night from October 4th through November 2nd. They are open 7 pm until midnight. Also open on October 24, 29, 30, and 31st. Fright Night is a Funtober Favorite 100 and a top 100 most popular haunted attraction in the country.
Dark Dimensions Haunted House - Will not open in 2013.
Galveston Haunted Houses
Galveston was the location of the deadliest natural disater in American history when a hurricane hit the city in 1900. So, yes, there are ghosts here.
Haunted Mayfield Manor - 2313 Harorside Drive, Galveston, TX 77550
Mayfield Manor is open on various dates throughout the entire year including every day in July and August. During October it is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from the 1st through the 31st. On Friday nights it is open from 5 pm until 10 pm. On Saturday the hours are 2 pm until 10 pm. Sunday hours are 1 pm until 6 pm. Tickets are $10.
Amarillo Haunted Houses
Amarillo once called itself the Helium Capital of the World. While I’m not sure whether the slogan is just a bunch of hot air, I do know to avoid the ghosts in these parts as they are quite serious. Amarillo has some of the best haunted houses in Texas.
6th Street Massacre - 3015 SW 6th Avenue, Amarillo, Texas 79106
A special 3D haunted house the 6th Street Massacre supplies 3D glasses. Tickets are $20. Haunt is open 7 pm to midnight. Season begins September 27th and 28th. Then attraction is open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights from October 4th through the 27th plus Halloween night.
Amarillo Scaregrounds - 2736 SW 10th Avenue, Amarillo, Texas 79102
Haunt is open October 4, 5, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 25, 26, 27, and 31. Doors open at 7 pm. The Pepsi Pass Combo ticket is $35 to enter Terror, Insanitarium, The Basement, Blackout, and Zombie Apocalypse. You can purchase individual tickets to these attractions.
Mayhem - 816 S. Van Buren, Amarillo, Texas
The Clown gang battles Zombies at this haunted attraction. Tickets are $17. It is open Friday and Saturday nights from October 4th through the 26th. It is open 7 pm to midnight. What is going on at the old downtown YMCA building? Is there really a battle at the newly discovered underground lair? Stop by and find out for yourself.
Lubbock Haunted Houses
Do you have any doubt that the city which witnessed the Lubbock Lights in August 1951 is haunted by some creatures, terrestrial or extra-terrestrial?
Nightmare on 19th Street - 602 East 19th Street, Lubbock, Texas
There are 4 attractions at Nightmare on 19th Street. Doors open at 7:30 pm in October. Tickets are $20 on Sundays. Tickets are $25 on Fridays and Saturdays. Nightmare runs Friday and Saturday nights from September 27th through November 2nd plus October 13, 20, 24, 27, and 31st. The haunted attractions are Skullick, Blood Moon Manor, Twisted Tales, and City of the Lost. All new for 2013 is the 3D Twisted Tales featuring ghouls and ghosts from Grimm’s tales.
Odessa Haunted Houses
Midland was established in 1881 as the midway point between Fort Worth and El Paso on the Texas and Pacific Railway. I suspect that a few ghosts disembarked in Midland-Odessa and forgot to get back on.
Def Con 1 - 2215 W. 2nd Street, Odessa, TX 79763
This is a 2 haunt 8000 square foot haunted warehouse attraction put on by BloodyBill. Tickets are $10. Doors open from 7 pm until 10 pm. Featured are Def Con 1 Haunted Warehouse and Curse of the Dead. Def Con features zombies from beyond the grave. The curse is a murder maze. The attraction runs on October 11-12, 18-19, 24-26, 30-31 and November 1-2.
Laredo Haunted Houses
Known for its month long Washington’s Birthday Celebration, I expect that a few of the hundreds of thousands of tourists lose it during the Jalapeno Festival that accompanies it and can later be seen at the haunted houses around Laredo.
Fear Haunted House
Nearby Haunted Attractions
Everything’s bigger in Texas. But if you don’t have a Texas haunted house close by, you may need to look across the state line.
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