5 Most Terrifying Pulse-Pounding Haunted Attractions in Arkansas
October is finally here and that means it's the spooky season. If you are looking for something frightfully fun to do this month, Arkansas has some very creepy haunted attractions that are worth the drive, if you like getting the you-know-what scared out of you.
Let's take a look at the Five Most Terrifying Pulse-Pounding Haunted Attractions in Arkansas.
It may take you over 5 hours to arrive in Gentry, Arkansas but this real abandoned mortuary will scare the living daylights out of you. You will be greeted by the undertakers once you step foot in this Mortuary Spook House and remember this place was once a real mortuary so that feeling of someone looking over your shoulder just might be a real ghost.
Open every Friday and Saturday night until the end of October or the end of you! Visit their eerie Facebook page here.
2. Creepy Works
From Texarkana take a two and half-hour drive to Conway for a visit to Creepy Works. You will be completely psyched out at every turn in this madhouse of terror that has very realistic scenes and settings that will disturb your mind and thoughts. This place is not for the squeamish! With lots of effects and a 3D experience you will never forget, this is what nightmares are all about. Open Friday and Saturday nights in October. Visit their Facebook page if you dare.
Take the short drive from Texarkana to Magic Screams (Magic Springs) during the month of October on weekends. This popular theme park has been totally transformed into a haunted theme park with something for all ages. This year's theme is "Wasteland," with a haunted house, trick-or-treat trail, the undead cemetery, a hay maze, and more. As you walk around the park you never know what creature you may run into from zombies, and fairies, to creepy clowns. You're going to love the Slash Dance with fun and games and live entertainment from Wicked Fire.
Nightmares Haunted House has been terrifying people for over 30 years in Bentonville. People have driven from all over the state to jump on board the Phantom 13 bus ride to the haunted house and another attraction the Maximum Terror Drive. Open Friday and Saturday nights in October. Proceeds benefit the Lions Club. I wonder if you will see Freddy Krueger at Nightmares Haunted House.
The name says it all, The Reaper Haunted House in North Little Rock has found a new location this year at 15310 MacArthur Drive. This is hailed as the #1 most intense haunted house in the state, see if you have what it takes to survive a gut-wrenching night in the house of the reaper. "Don't Fear The Reaper," unfortunately, you will, and you just may not make it out alive once the sun goes down! Open Friday and Saturday nights and every night for the last two weeks in October. See their Facebook page for chilling updates.
So, there you go. The Five Most Terrifying Haunted Attractions in Arkansas for some spooky pulse-pounding Halloween fun. See more here.
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