Scared Stiff in Seattle

Attractions that will get your blood pumping this Fall

If the adrenaline rush of a good scare is part of your annual Halloween ritual, you’re sure to get your thrills at some of Seattle’s scariest horror attractions.

All the rage around the world the owners and actors who put on these houses know how to bring the fear. Step outside your comfortable vacation rental home and visit some of Seattle’s most notorious Halloween attractions.

KUBE 93 FM Haunted House at The Georgetown Morgue
An old morgue with a horrific history is the home to terrifying clowns, scenes of torture, and bloody experiments. Said to have a truly tragic story, this haunted house is consistently noted as one of the scariest in town. Wandering the halls, visitors will be tormented by jump-out scares, bloody scenes, hidden passages, and sounds that will haunt your nightmares.
http://www.seattlehaunts.com/georgetown-morgue/index.php

Nightmare at Beaver Lake
For guests with a car. Run in coordination with several youth organizations and high schools, this haunted attraction gets thousands of visitors per year. Staff members are all volunteers and money plus food donations go back to charitable organizations. The trial of terror, if you dare to get through it, leads to a screamingly frightful haunted house filled with creeps, monsters, and the undead.
http://www.nightmareatbeaverlake.com/

Can’t Look Away – The Lure of Horror Film Exhibition
Love horror films and want to get a first-hand look at props like the Jack Torrance’s axe from the Shining, a cute face-hugger from Alien, or even the script from Night of the Living Dead? The frightful exhibition at EMP museum is for you. Displays inform and entertain as they take you through some bloody horror history.
http://www.empmuseum.org/at-the-museum/current-exhibits/cant-look-away-the-lure-of-horror-film.aspx


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