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The Asylum Haunted House in Denver, Colorado - www.getscared.com - 14760 Views
CO Haunted House: Denver's Scariest Haunted House, Colorado's most horrifying haunted adventure for the halloween season! Prepare to be SCARED!!! Click this profile for videos, photos, directions and more. www.getscared.com

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Scare Factor: 9.2 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9.2 Skulls
Originality: 9.2 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.3 Skulls
Special FX: 9.2 Skulls
46.16 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Terror in the Corn in Erie, Colorado - www.andersonfarms.com/TerrorintheCorn/index.php - 6424 Views
Our haunted corn maze will make you shriek and scream this Halloween! You will get lost and you will run for your life - will you make it out alive? Come on out for some scary, spooky Halloween fun! Terror in the Corn is a four stage haunt. Begin With A Wagon Ride Through The Haunted Corn - Walk A Trail Of Thrills Through the Corn - Explore The Ghost Town Filled With Scares, Special Effects & Illusions - Cemetery Of Giggles To Make Sure You Have The Last Laugh!!

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13th Floor Haunted House in Denver, Colorado - www.getscared.com - 5963 Views
CO Haunted Houses in Denver, Colorado: 13th Floor Haunted House. Denver's legendary 13th Floor Haunted House, bringing new dimensions of fear to the Mile High City for the Halloween season.

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Scare Factor: 10 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9.9 Skulls
Originality: 9.9 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 10 Skulls
Special FX: 9.3 Skulls
49.02 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Fall Festival - Pumpkin Patch in Erie, Colorado - www.andersonfarms.com/ - 5912 Views
Home of Colorado's Oldest Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch! Bring the kids! Everyone will enjoy our Halloween atmosphere! With lots of festive activities, everyone will find something they enjoy! We offer many activities throughout the year as well. Come visit us at Anderson Farms for all your event needs. At Anderson Farms, enjoy the spectacular views of the Front Range, Longs Peak and the serenity of this country farm as the beautiful backdrop for your celebration. The serenity of a country farm makes the farm an ideal place for any celebration.

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Ghouls Gulch at Rocky Mountain Haunt Fest in Colorado Springs, Colorado - www.ghoulsgulch.com/ - 4316 Views
Ghouls Gulch at Rocky Mountain Haunt Fest celebrates 10 years of fears in 2013 Come join us for a totally redesigned haunt with favorites from the past 10 years and some great new features.

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Scare Factor: 9.9 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 10 Skulls
Originality: 10 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 10 Skulls
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49.79 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Fall Festival - Corn Maze in Erie, Colorado - www.andersonfarms.com - 3863 Views
Come get lost in our Halloween corn maze that is fun for kids! After you make it out of our corn maze, you can pick your pumpkin at our pumpkin patch! You are guaranteed to enjoy your time at our farm because we are the Home of Colorado's Oldest Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch! We offer many activities throughout the year as well. Come visit us at Anderson Farms for all your event needs. At Anderson Farms, enjoy the spectacular views of the Front Range, Longs Peak and the serenity of this country farm as the beautiful backdrop for your celebration.

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Scream Acres in La Salle, Colorado - www.screamacres.net - 3193 Views
Are you ready to get scared? Scream Acres at the Fritzler Maze is northern Colorado's premier outdoor haunted attraction! Located just seven miles south of Greeley, Colorado on Highway 85, we are just a short drive from anywhere across Colorado's front range.

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Scare Factor: 8.9 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9 Skulls
Originality: 8.6 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9 Skulls
Special FX: 8.1 Skulls
43.63 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Terror in the Corn in Erie, Colorado - www.TerrorintheCorn.com - 3088 Views
CO Haunted Hayride in Erie, Colorado TERROR IN THE CORN at Anderson Farms

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The Frightmare Compound in westminster, Colorado - www.thefrightmarecompound.com/ - 2724 Views
Denver, Colorado's Scariest Haunted House, THE FRIGHMARE COMPOUND: Plus sign-up for Zombie Painball Action inside Denver's most horrific haunted house experience! Click here for more details...

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Scare Factor: 9.2 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9.3 Skulls
Originality: 9.6 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.2 Skulls
Special FX: 9.4 Skulls
46.67 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Terror in the Corn in Erie, Colorado - www.terrorinthecorn.com - 2615 Views
CO Haunted House Attraction...TERROR IN THE CORN in Erie, Colorado CO at Anderson Farms. As the tractor drawn wagon heads deeper into the night, through the unforgiving cornfield, you will encounter many ghoulish creatures of the night that will give you spine tingling chills. Once entering the rickety wooden walls of a deserted ghost town, there is no turning back. You will be screaming with fright and wanting more. Take a peek... if you dare...

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Scare Factor: 8.3 Skulls
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Originality: 8 Skulls
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Special FX: 8 Skulls
40.67 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
The Nuthouse in Greeley, Colorado - www.morbidnightscolorado.com - 1786 Views
The Nuthouse Haunted Attraction, a MorbidNights Production in Greeley Colorado. Welcome the MorbidNights Colorado Haunted Attractions Northern Colorado's Scariest Haunted Attraction

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Scare Factor: 8.9 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 8.8 Skulls
Originality: 8.8 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 8.8 Skulls
Special FX: 8.7 Skulls
43.99 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Ghoul School in Colorado Springs, Colorado - www.pureparanormal.com/ghoulschool.html - 1582 Views


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Scare Factor: 8.3 Skulls
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8.25 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
HellScream Haunts/Viral Shock Haunted House in Colorado Springs, Colorado - hellscreamhaunt.com/ - 1101 Views
CO Hellscream Haunts/Viral Shock Haunted House located in Colorado Springs. Colorado. Come visit, if you dare, the most epic, legendary, and SCARIEST Haunted House Colorado has ever seen! Named the SCARIEST Haunted House in Southern Colorado 3 years in a row by the Gazette, and top in the State, HellScream Haunted House will be in your nightmares forever!

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Scare Factor: 8.3 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 8.9 Skulls
Originality: 7.8 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.1 Skulls
Special FX: 9 Skulls
43.15 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Haunted Field of Screams in Thornton, Colorado - wwwFeartheCorn.com - 830 Views


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Scare Factor: 10 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9.8 Skulls
Originality: 9.8 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.8 Skulls
Special FX: 10 Skulls
49.40 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
10th Annual Harvest Farm Fall Festival & Corn Maze in Wellington, Colorado - www.HarvestFarm.net - 706 Views
Harvest Farm is celebrating its 10th Annual Fall Festival & Corn Maze. In addition to the 10-acre corn maze, we offer adventurous and fun activities for the whole family. Activities include: Pumpkin Blasters, Corn Cannons, Goat City, Hay Bale Maze, Roping Area, Pig Races and much more!

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Reapers Hollow in Parker, Colorado - www.reapershollow.com - 705 Views
Reapers Hollow is brand new to Parker, CO this year as an outdoor, haunted walk through attraction. Located on Flat Acres Farm, the haunt is a terrifying 1/2 mile trek through cornfield and woods.

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Flat Acres Farm in Parker, Colorado - www.flatacresfarm.com - 560 Views
Ready for some fall fun? Flat Acres Farms is home to Parker, Colorado's corn maze. There is a larger maze, a small maze for kids, and a Haunted Maze! We also have scarecrows, pumpkin painting, a petting zoo, corn maze ( as well as a bale maze for younger kids) and much much more!At night the corn maze becomes haunted! Flat Acres Farm. We will also have a petting zoo, pumpkin patch ( with some ridiculously HUGE pumpkins) and much much more.

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Creep Acres in Lafayette, Colorado - www.creepacres.com/ - 496 Views
CO Creep Acres is one of the nation's biggest and best home haunts. This year we are proud to present a brand new haunted attractions with Hollywood quality sets, an interactive queue line, and trick-or-treating on Halloween night. The best part? It's all free!

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Scare Factor: 9.6 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 10 Skulls
Originality: 10 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 10 Skulls
Special FX: 10 Skulls
49.64 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Reapers Hollow in Parker, Colorado - www.reapershollow.com - 487 Views
As you approach an old, dilapidated shack in the cornfield, your heart rate starts to increase. There is a dim light on in an upper window and you catch a glimpse of a shadow. Someone or something is lurking up there. As you get closer it feels as if the corn is closing in around you and you are being forced towards the front door. Will you be brave enough to enter the shack and survive a half mile trek thru the ghoulish cornfield and terrifying woods? Not Recommend for under 13.

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Scare Factor: 9.8 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9.7 Skulls
Originality: 9.7 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.2 Skulls
Special FX: 9.2 Skulls
47.54 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Cannibal Nightmare in Highlands Ranch, Colorado - www.vilevisions.com - 377 Views


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Scare Factor: 10 Skulls
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10.00 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Hellscream Presents: The Trilogy in Colorado Springs, Colorado - www.hellscreamhaunt.com - 335 Views
Hellscream

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Scare Factor: 9 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 8.6 Skulls
Originality: 8.6 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 8.6 Skulls
Special FX: 8.8 Skulls
43.60 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Ears of Fear Parkers Haunted Corn Maze in Parker, Colorado - www.flatacresfarm.com - 291 Views


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The Nation's ONLY Haunted Vet Hospital & Maze of Terror III in Denver, Colorado - www.denverholisticcenter.com - 174 Views
Come creep along a horrific trail of tortured souls and creatures....can you go upstairs to the Maze of Terror III? Bet you can't!!!

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Scare Factor: 8 Skulls
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8.00 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Dark Side of the Abbey in Canon City, Colorado - - 113 Views


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Scare Factor: 9.8 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9.8 Skulls
Originality: 9.5 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.5 Skulls
Special FX: 9.4 Skulls
47.96 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Superior Haunted House in Superior, Colorado - www.superiorhauntedhouse.com - 90 Views


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Scare Factor: 8 Skulls
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Originality: 10 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 8 Skulls
Special FX: 7 Skulls
42.00 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Get Lost At Corn Maze in Denver, Colorado - www.botanicgardens.org/corn-maze/about - 10 Views
Wind your way through acres of corn, view the design from two 15-foot tall illuminated bridges that overlook the giant Corn Maze, and watch the delight as younger children find their way through a mini-maze designed just for them. Hayrides and pony rides will be available for an additional cost. An array of food vendors will offer some of your favorite fall foods, including freshly squeezed lemonade, funnel cakes, hotdogs and kettle corn.

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Pope Farms - The Maize in Wiggins, Colorado - www.themaize.com/sites.php?ID=&username=cowiggins - 8 Views
The MAiZE Inc. has grown into the world's largest cornfield maze consulting/design company. Now, 16 years and more than 2,000 corn mazes later we welcome you to Pop Farms - The Maize. We have both Family friend corn fields plus our new Haunted Maize!

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Harvest Farm Fall Festival in Wellington, Colorado - www.harvestfarm.net/fall_festival/index.php - 6 Views
Harvest Farm is a 209-acre farm and rehabilitation center for men, located in Wellington, Colorado, 70 miles north of Denver. The Farm accommodates up to 72 men who participate in a long-term treatment program. Program participants at Harvest Farm take part in the five-phase New Life Program, designed to help them gain the skills, stability, and self-esteem necessary to become productive, self-sufficient members of society. This nationally recognized rehabilitation program combines academics, Bible study, work therapy, and spiritual and emotional counseling in a curriculum extending up to 27 months. Harvest Farm is a ministry of the Denver Rescue Mission. "A lot of people are at the point that if they just get a chance, they can change. The Mission gave me that chance. At Harvest Farm, I found a sense of refuge, direction, and opportunity." -Dennis

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Denver, Colorado Haunted Houses have grown over the years to feature some really amazing haunted houses some of which have been featured on Travel Channel. Several years ago when we visited Denver, Colorado, the haunted houses in Denver, Colorado where some of the worst we've seen but now Denver Colorado Haunted Houses are some of the best in America now featuring more than 10 professional haunted attractions.  On Hauntworld.com you will find every type of haunted houses in Colorado from a haunted hayride, haunted house, Halloween Attractions, ghost tours, to paranormal ghost hunting.

Find the best and scariest haunted houses, real haunts, Halloween attractions, Hayrides and more near and in the Denver Colorado area.  The Colorado State Capitol Building is connected to several others by a series of tunnels. Originally, these tunnels were used to move coal from place to place for heating purposes.  There has been a female that when described is a very familiar description.  This  female has been reported by several workers to roam the area.  She has been seen wearing a long turn of the century dress.  When the woman is spotted she is described as being very curious.  She has been said by several of the workers to have been seen reading over the shoulders of many of the employees.  

 

 

Also in Denver you can visit the home of the famouse "unsinkable" Molly Brown.  In 1970 local citizens joined forces to preserve the long-time home of Titanic’s most famous survivor.  Today, you can visit the Brown’s 1889 home, designed by architect William Lang. You can also hear the fascinating tales of Molly Brown’s incredible life, from instant wealth where it is said she kept all her money safe in the oven.  Many employees have reported unusual activity including dark shadows, piano keys moving and when they turn around there is nobody there.  In this building there are also several reports of the horriblly strong smell of fresh cigar smoke.  The late Mr. Brown was known to be an avid smoker of cigars.

 

Denver, Colorado Haunted Houses and haunted houses in Denver, Colorado can be found here at Hauntworld.com In additional there are many ghost tours, and other real haunted house places throughout Colorado.  Find the best haunted houses and more here at www.Hauntworld.com

 

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“It all began on a cool, foggy, rainy October night,” says Chris Stafford co-owner of The Asylum and 13th Floor Haunted Houses in Denver, Colorado. “Well maybe it wasn’t foggy and rainy, I added that for effect, but it was Denver in October, so it was probably cool.  A high school friend, Brian, called me up and said ‘Hey, do you want to go scare some people tonight? My sister and brother-in-law own a haunted house.’ Who could say no to that?  I had no idea that night would start me on a course that would end up over 20 years later, with me co-owning two successful haunted attractions in Denver.” It was as a teenager, working at that haunted house that Chris would meet Warren Conard, who would eventually become his business partner.  Over the years working together at the haunted house, they became good friends. “Some of my greatest memories are working with Warren and Brian at the haunted house.  We had such a great time together, whether we were scaring people, hanging out or visiting other haunted houses in the area, we always had fun." One of the nights that they were able to escape to go visit haunted houses, they visited Brutal Planet near downtown Denver, the original creation of Ed and Marcia Edmunds of Distortions Unlimited. “I remember going to that haunted house, being so impressed with the production value of the attraction and thinking this is something I could see myself doing some day” A short time later, as he was talking on the phone with his father he said, “some day I think I’m going to have a haunted house, I can see it.”


 

The years passed, Chris and Warren grew up (of course they’ll tell you they never did) and both started different careers.  Warren graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a degree in marketing, and went to work for a high-end appliance company. Chris attended Colorado Christian University and then the University of Colorado and pursued a career in sales and management, first with his mother’s skin care company, then with a microbrewery and ultimately with a large bank.  Chris jokes, “I’ve always made a living based on building relationships and selling something, whether it’s beer, money or haunted house tickets.” In addition to their 9-5 gigs, the entrepreneurial bug also bit both Chris and Warren. Warren started Northern Lights, a searchlight and event lighting company. Chris started Innovative Food Services, a contract concessionaire with Six Flags theme parks. It was just natural that one day they would combine their passion for haunting with their entrepreneurial spirit, and start their own haunted attraction.

The plan for their first haunted house was hatched in 2001, on a barn roof at the haunted house they were working at, under interesting circumstances. “Chris told me that he wouldn’t be coming back to the haunted house the next season” says Warren.  “Yeah, I hated to tell him that, but the time had come to move on, I was just too busy with other things, my career, my family, I really loved working at the haunt, but something had to give,” adds Chris. That night he told Warren that should the opportunity ever come up, that they could work together again, in their own haunted house, to let him know.  No more than 3 months later Warren called Chris and said, “You’re not going to believe this.” The opportunity was in front of them, and in October of 2002 Chris and Warren opened their first haunted house, the haunt that would eventually become The Asylum.

In their first year they operated, as many haunted houses do, in a strip mall location. “We learned a lot that year,” says Warren.  “Leases, construction, electrical, fire systems.  It was quite the adventure.  We also learned that one of the best things about our location was that we were in the same mall as Home Depot, man that was nice.” It was while operating their first haunted house that they were approached by the largest family entertainment center in the Denver area, which was located just down the street. At first they wanted to cross promote with the haunted house, but by the end of the season, they asked Chris and Warren if they were interested in moving the haunt to their facility for the next season. Warren says, “It was a great opportunity for us, a great high profile location with tons of foot traffic. It was also great because we had just found out that they were going to be renovating the mall the next year and the space we were in would not be available.”

It was also in 2002, before the season was even half over, that they began planning for their next haunted house, 13th Floor Haunted House.  Warren remembers, “It was weird, we had just opened for business, but we were already planning ahead for our next attraction.”  “We actually filed our trademark application, registered our domain name, and began promoting to everyone who came through the haunted house by passing out flyers, encouraging them to visit the web site.”  “I think there’s power in seeing something and committing it to reality right away. Too often, people have ideas of things they’d like to do, but they never do it” adds Chris.

In 2003, they moved to the family entertainment center and began learning a whole new method of haunting. “They had no room for us,” says Warren. “They thought they did, but they really had no idea of the scope of what we needed to build.” They ended up building the attraction under several special event tents, which brought another learning experience. “One of the first questions we asked the fire district was, 'Are we going to need a sprinkler system? The person I spoke with said, 'I’m not aware of any type of sprinkler system for that application, so I don’t see how I could require you to have one." They proceeded to place an order for a single large special event structure, and then 3 days before their meeting with the city planning commission, they received a phone call. The fire prevention engineer told them, “I did a little more looking at the code and although I’m not familiar with any way that you can do a sprinkler system, I am going to require that you have one.” Switching gears quickly, they worked with the fire district and developed a plan which would allow them to use several structures as opposed to one. “It wasn’t the ideal situation that we hoped for, but we found a way to make it work.” says Chris.

Since 2003, they have been operating The Asylum at the same location. Through successful marketing strategies and delivering what their customers want, they have built The Asylum into one of the most well known and well attended haunted houses in Denver, a crowded market that on some years has had as many as 25 haunted houses within a 30 minute radius. Chris explains, “Denver is an island in the west, there are no major cities within even a 7 hour drive and the majority of the population in the state is within the Denver metro area. We really had to think about what was going to make us different, what was going to make people drive past several other haunted houses to go to ours.” Their answer in part was focusing on giving the customer what they wanted. “I really believe that people go to a haunted house to be scared.  It’s ok to have elaborate sets, complex story lines and themes, but if you can’t make people jump, you’ve missed the mark. Don’t get me wrong, by adding the other components to your show, you deliver a complete package that expands your customer base. Although I believe the majority may be looking for a scare, everyone has something different that they enjoy in a haunted house.” Warren adds, “Sometimes, people design their attractions based on self reference criteria. They build what they might enjoy and loose sight of what the customer is looking for.” The Asylum has consistently been rated one of the top attractions in Denver, and in 2007 was featured on Travel Channel’s America’s Scariest Halloween Attractions.

Fast forward to 2007. It was while visiting a local vendor for The Asylum when they drove by the building that would become the home of 13th Floor Haunted House.  There was a sign in front of the building that said "Paintball" on it. Chris and Warren were curious, and decided to stop. They walked in and were immediately met by the manager of the facility. They inquired about the offerings at the field and the manager responded that if they wanted to play at the field, they needed to do it quick, as they would be moving within the month. “I took a look around and thought, large open warehouse, fully sprinkled…this is it!” Chris contacted the building owner, and after nearly a year of negotiation they came to terms on a lease for the building.

In October of 2008, 13th Floor Haunted House opened its doors at a new permanent location. They finally had a year round facility where they could begin to really explore some different ideas that weren’t feasible in the temporary setup they had with The Asylum. But with the new experience, came yet again, more new learning opportunities. Chris says, “I’ll never forget opening night at 13th Floor our first season, the butterflies in my stomach were intense.” They were intense for two reasons, first because for the first time they were not working together, Warren was at The Asylum and Chris was at 13th Floor, and second, because as Chris describes he walked out of the front of the haunted house at 7pm, opening time and there were only 3 people there. “I remember thinking, what have we done wrong?” By 8:30 that night 13th Floor was rocking. The years of planning, promoting, and making educated decisions had paid off. 13th Floor, over the past two seasons, has fast become the most popular haunted house in Denver.

In March of 2010, just a few days before the Transworld show, Warren and Chris made the tough decision to move 13th Floor. In just two years they had already outgrown their location. “Operations were a logistical nightmare at that building, and although we really didn’t want to move we decided it would be best for our business, not only from an operational standpoint, but we felt the new building was in a better location.  The fact that the owners didn’t want to fix an extremely leaky roof contributed as well,” explains Chris. They had been looking at new locations since the 2009 season ended, and after much debate, eventually settled on a building very near the original Brutal Planet location that they had visited years ago. “I called our broker to let him know what we had decided and he told me he’d call to make sure the space we wanted was still available. ”Just a few minutes later the broker called back with a response similar to Warren’s phone call years earlier. “You’re not going to believe this. You know the old Brutal Planet building, it just became available, are you interested?”

Within hours they went and looked at the building, within days, they came to terms on the building. Chris reflects, “It’s kind of weird being here. We didn’t decide on this building because it was the old Brutal Planet, but because the same things that made it a great location years ago, still make it a great location today.” The building is located on the fringe of Denver’s lower downtown, the entertainment and nightlife district, just a half mile down the road from Coors Field. “It is surreal though, all these years later, we start the next chapter in our business in this building. Like I said, if you can see it, and you commit to it, one day it could become a reality.“  This October, on what may likely be another cool, foggy, rainy night in Denver, the 13th Floor Haunted House will open for business at their new location and Chris and Warren will continue on their “frightful” journey.


A TRIP THROUGH THE 13TH FLOOR HAUNTED HOUSE


A visit to the 13th Floor Haunted House begins first with a trip through a secondary attraction, Blood Shed.  Described as an experience in hillbilly horror, you travel through the run down farmhouse and meet the “family."  Out through the back yard and in to the “Blood” Shed before returning back to the farmhouse to visit the family for one last scream! Provided you make it out of Blood Shed with all your limbs attached, you then enter the arena queue for 13th Floor. Heart pumping beats play on the sound system and several different performers appear on stage. There’s an aerialist a la Cirque du Soliel, a fire and light dancer, and various creepy go-go dancers that keep you entertained while you wait to board the elevator that will take you to the 13th Floor.  Visitors learn where the mysterious 13th Floor is located, that it would be too obvious to locate these missing floors above ground, where they would be seen between the 12th and 14th Floor, that instead these secret 13th Floor locations are hidden deep underground.

You enter through a broken cinderblock wall which appears to be hiding a much older, secret passageway to a freight elevator. You’re rushed inside the elevator by one of the safety workers who had agreed, against all warnings, to take you to the 13th floor. After an intense ride, you arrive on the 13th Floor and begin to make your way through what appears to be some sort of catacombs of untold phenomenon. It is dark and damp, with old clay brick and partially rotted timbers overhead. The set decoration here sells the illusion that you have left reality completely. At the end of the tunnel you come face to face with a giant spear-wielding monster, who has evidently already claimed at least one victim. Over an open elevator shaft, through a storage area that houses everything from barrels of infectious waste to horribly mutilated and somewhat frozen bodies. Several disturbing scenes later, you end up in a maze where passages that seem like the right ways to go are impossible to pass. You then discover that several types of critters and creepy crawlies have infested the 13th Floor, snakes, rats and spiders, some of the giant variety!  What haunted house would be complete without the clowns? 13th Floor certainly has some twisted variations of them lying in wait for your arrival. The next few rooms will leave you wondering if it was real or an illusion. One plays with your sense of balance, the next gives you a feeling of vertigo, and finally you face your fear of heights.  You then travel through a shop, passing by a huge antique truck and then down a corridor, which looks like it’s collapsing on you. The next set of rooms has some great startles, including one that takes you quickly from one emotion to the opposite.  Finally you tunnel to the exit, to safety, you think, before you’re hit with one last scare!
Whether it is supernatural, government cover-ups or parallel universes, anything that you expect could be located on missing 13th floors is explored.  The actors are amazing, from creepy to terrifying. 13th Floor utilizes it’s own in house effects artists, to create custom masks and appliances from silicone and foam latex, ensuring that you won’t see any store bought masks here. The 13th Floor is filled with lots of characters and creatures; some massive that appear to attack you from out of nowhere.  A terrifying but exhilarating experience that is sure to get the endorphins pumping.

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Written by Audrey Grey, Audrey is a freelance writer and reluctant haunted house fan living in Denver, Colorado.



 

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