View Full Version : 13th Street Morgue/Dungeon Of Doom webisodes, pictures and progress

02-21-2012, 11:14 AM
My name is Daniel Burnett. I've commented and posted a bit over the past couple of years but not sure I've really introduced ourselves. I along with the owners Alex Lohmann and his wife Jennifer Lohmann, collectively operate 13th Street Morgue and Dungeon Of Doom Haunted Houses near Dallas, Texas. This will be 13th Street Morgue's 9th season and Dungeon Of Doom's 23rd season. Some of you may have seen previous updates I posted to a different thread but for the future I will post all of our silliness to this thread.

Our latest venture is a series of webisodes where we let our monsters out of the house. You'll be shocked and amazed at how well they adapt to society and interact with the public!


02-21-2012, 12:16 PM
LAWL! That was hilarious. Loved it.

Showed my boss up here at work, he enjoyed it too.

Post more when ya get 'em! Thanks for sharing.


03-05-2012, 12:16 PM
See everyone at Transworld. If you see a 13th Street Morgue patch on a shirt or jacket that's one of us. Please stop us and say hi.. can't wait to meet everybody.


03-05-2012, 02:25 PM
Keep up the good work guys!!

06-14-2012, 04:08 PM
Say hello to our newest member of the family. Our 1959 Cadillac Superior Crown landaulette endloader with rear suicide doors.


06-14-2012, 04:29 PM
Last season we lost a member of our haunt family. Her name was Jessica. She was an amazing person, talented actor and well loved friend. She grew up acting in Dungeon Of Doom and we thought it was only right that she continue to scare. Her father donated some of her ashes and we gathered our entire haunt family to hand paint a memorial for our dear friend. Mixed in the paint is her ashes. At the bottom is the names of all who loved her with a saying of "You may not see me, but I am here." Which is a line she used to always say to patrons and friends. May you live forever Jessica. We miss you.

The first picture is the memorial just after we finished painting it, the second is the memorial mounted in Dungeon Of Doom under show lighting. She can continue to scare just as she loved.


Allen H
06-14-2012, 05:00 PM
That is an awesome tribute.

06-21-2012, 10:58 AM
We just finished converting our 1967 Cadillac M & M into our latest promotional vehicle. Ghostbusters Ecto. What do you think?


06-22-2012, 01:57 PM

You and your crew run a top notch haunt and is one of, if not the, most intense haunt in DFW. I more than a huge fan of your work! Along with Verdun, 13th Street Morgue/Dungeon of Doom is my most favorite! (I'm a big fan of Screams, Haunt House, and Zombie Manor as well) your Haunt is a must see for anyone wanting to get the S*** scared out of them! Your show has everything from atmosphere, scares, and great entertaiment!

I am excited for the 2012 season! Can't say enough good things about it!

06-25-2012, 11:04 AM
Thanks for the kind words Mr. Nightmare. We try our best to entertain every type of guest. Exciting to know our work is highly enjoyed. We've got some good things in store for 2012.

06-25-2012, 12:24 PM
Say hello to our newest member of the family. Our 1959 Cadillac Superior Crown landaulette endloader with rear suicide doors.

Drool. VERY nice hearse...

06-26-2012, 11:59 AM
Drool. VERY nice hearse...

Thanks. It is a very nice hearse. It needs some work and will take a bit of time but it's worth it. Took us 14 yrs to find our dream car

07-10-2012, 12:51 PM
Here's some past season promo shots taken by our good friend Travis. We've been working hard updating Dungeon Of Doom and about to add some new excitement to 13th Street Morgue for this season. I'll upload progress pics as we build


10-04-2013, 01:04 PM
A year for anniversaries at Reindeer Manor Abusement Park, 2013 marks our 40th Season at Reindeer Manor Haunted House. In addition to our 40th year of fear we also celebrate our 25th season for Dungeon of Doom and 10th season at 13th Street Morgue. We were recently featured as the cover story for the local magazine in our area. You can read the article here


10-04-2013, 09:40 PM
I didn't know all the houses are on the same property. Do you consider them three different haunts or three elements of a single haunt?

10-07-2013, 12:30 PM
I didn't know all the houses are on the same property. Do you consider them three different haunts or three elements of a single haunt?

They are all on the same property located on 33 acres off in the country in a century old plantation home, barn and later constructed building. The driveway alone is a quarter mile dirt road leading to our parking lot. They are three separate haunts that are somewhat tied together with the true history of the houses dating as far back as the early 1900's. Reindeer Manor was established in 1974, It's a theatrical haunted attraction complete with pyrotechnics, 13th Street Morgue is a 12,000 sq ft walk thru attraction who's story ties in with the history of the property and Dungeon Of Doom, established in 1989, is a classic walk thru attraction that was later resurrected on the property in a separate building. They are all completely different in design and theme as to provide something for every type of customer who attends the park.