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Dan's Haunted House in Lake Dallas, Texas - 26874 Views
Take a journey into Japanese Culture and Folklore. Dan is breaking from the typical haunt template. No Clowns, No Zombies, No Chainsaws. This year's theme is: Ancient Fear Rising we bring forth the forefathers of fear to re-take their rightful place, we will unleash the Samurai, Spirits, Ghosts, and Demons on the DFW Metroplex. Fear is in Everything !

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Scare Factor: 10 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 10 Skulls
Originality: 10 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 10 Skulls
Special FX: 10 Skulls
49.81 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
WACO HAUNTED HOUSES in WACO, Texas - 3920 Views
The DEAD ZONE and CHAINSAW NIGHTMARE Haunted Houses, just North of Waco and exit 345 are intense and scary interactive experiences and include scenes so scary you may need an extra pair of pants, some gore. Where it REALLY HAPPENED these haunted houses are full size walk-through events. Don't go in ALONE! it's dark, with (lots of) monsters, high startle, high action and not intended for the faint of heart. Parental discretion is advised. / The Museum of Horrors Staff

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Scare Factor: 7.3 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 7 Skulls
Originality: 8.4 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 8.4 Skulls
Special FX: 8.6 Skulls
39.63 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Graystone Haunted Manor in Longview, Texas - 366 Views


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Scare Factor: 6.7 Skulls
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Special FX: 9 Skulls
43.67 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
dambhauntedvillage in Woodville, Texas - 361 Views
Southeast Texas’ ultimate Halloween experience. Get ready for TRIPLE the scares, as the Haunted Village includes 3 terrifying attractions. You’ve never seen anything like this!

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Scare Factor: 9.4 Skulls
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Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.6 Skulls
Special FX: 9.3 Skulls
47.94 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
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Dallas Texas' - Reindeer Manor

By Hauntworld Magazine

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Dallas Texas Haunted Houses are some of the scariest and best in America!  Hauntworld.com rates and review the best and Scariest haunted houses, haunted attractions, and Halloween events in America!  Reindeer Manor is located in Red Oak Texas, Just outside of Dallas and has one of the scariest haunted houses in America!  Prepare to scream!  Sit back and prepare to scream through our review of Reindeer Manor. This Halloween you can't miss the scariest and best haunted attraction in the entire state of Texas, Reindeer Manor. Reindeer Manor is the longest running Texas haunted house and one of the longest running haunted houses in all of America.  Finally we are able to review one of the longest running haunted houses in Dallas Texas.  

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   40 years. That’s a long time for lots of things. Sid Vicious and Buddy Holly changed the face of popular culture and only lived approximately half that amount. That’s 10 times the length of U.S. involvment in WWII. It’s certainly a tremendous amount of time for a haunted house. Almost no other haunted attraction in the world can boast a 40 year history. Yet this is not where our story ends… but where it begins.
Reindeer Manor in Red Oak, Texas is getting a serious facelift for 2014 just in time to kick off its 41st season and will begin a new era in the Dallas/Fort Worth haunted house market.  The new owners are Alex and Jennifer Lohmann, who already bring you the iconic 13th Street Morgue and the heart-pounding Dungeon Of Doom. These two are no strangers to the industry and have been haunting for 15 years as a couple.  To better explain how this all came to be, perhaps it’s best to start at the beginning with a bit of haunting history.

Picture in your head the following story:

Around 1910 James Sharp, a prominent gas and well mining shareholder, had a few hundred acres of property and rented out the main house to an immigrant family. Disaster struck when lightning hit causing the house to catch fire. The destruction was horrific and all 4 members of the immigrant family were killed.  Mr. Sharp decided to rebuild in brick, bringing to the property a manor home, water cistern, generator house, barns, and servants quarters. Before construction was fully completed James Sharp was found dead, apparently of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
       
From there James' son Matthew inherited the farm. Matthew and his wife did quite well raising race horses and turning his father's vision of a southern estate into reality.  Then, the stock market crashed in 1929. Having lost most of his inheritance, madness and depression set in, and Matthew poisoned his wife in the manor house and hung himself in his beloved horse barn.
       
After the Sharps’ tragic end, the property changed hands many times over the coming years, ever haunted by its past. The size and span of the property also dwindled. In 1974 a group of folks had a strange request of the owners. They wanted to use the manor house for Halloween and charge people to get scared. That’s the year Reindeer Manor was born.
       
In 1982, Boy Scout Troop 1 took over the reins of operating The Manor. Under their leadership, the haunted house began to thrive. Some outrageous custom effects, especially for that time, were employed: Tesla coils, a falling ceiling room, a hollowed out graveyard for monsters to lurk out of, and even a flaming pond! They continued on this same path until 2004.
 
 
Enter The Lohmanns
       
Alex and Jennifer Lohmann always had a passion for Halloween and haunted houses.  In 1999, they started as yard haunters, and by 2003, their yard haunt was actually larger than the house itself.  They decided it was time to go pro.  Alex had already founded the Dallas Trocars (a hearse club), and they used the hearses to check out as many local haunts as they could to get to know the industry.  Armed with their home haunting experience, they opened up The 13th Street Morgue in Alverado, TX in 2004. Already by the end of their first season as pro haunters, they realized a need to up their game to a bigger market and better location. That’s when a mutually beneficial deal was struck with Reindeer Manor Haunted House. Reindeer Manor needed another attraction to survive in the ever-expanding Dallas market where multi-attraction venues were on the rise. In turn, The Morgue needed a new home. It was a perfect haunted house partnership, so with the beginning of the 2005 season, Reindeer opened as a multi-element haunt park: 2 haunted attractions, a midway, games, concessions, and lots more pyrotechnics.
       
In 2008, the Lohmanns acquired a sister haunt to go along with The Morgue. Dungeon Of Doom Haunted House had been located in the Arlington Museum Of Art since 1989. Their owners, having decided to retire, struck up a deal with Alex and Jen.  Dungeon Of Doom would then be relocated to the same property with The Morgue and Reindeer Manor. The haunt park now had 3 attractions, and the next few years saw promising growth all around.
       
To add a little more to their plate the Lohmanns launched a second company in 2013 called When Hinges Creak (www.WhenHingesCreak.com). It is a small haunted house prop company that focuses primarily on resin casts of neat and unusual detail pieces. This little company has grown and become a large part of the Lohmanns' lives.
       
There’s an old saying that nothing ever stays the same. The Dallas Fort Worth area is a hard market in which to maintain a haunt. Dallas customers will drive an hour just to check out the next bigger and better show. Also, there is never a lack of new shows in the DFW market. Reindeer Manor found itself having a hard time keeping up. Every year fewer and fewer folks were interested in doing what it takes to keep a haunt alive in Dallas. Haunting had become much more of a business than just a pastime. At the end of the 2013 season, Reindeer decided they could not face the major overhaul that was needed to stay competitive.  A decision was made, and Alex and Jennifer purchased Reindeer Manor.  The culmination of all this effort will result in the upcoming Reindeer Manor Halloween Park, a 33-acre fear park which will be expanding over the next several years.  It's not a rebranding per se, but it is giving things a new facelift that’s long overdue.  To quote an orchestra conductor, "Again…with gusto."
 

 
 Alex and Jennifer won’t be doing all this alone. Over the last 15 years they’ve put together a talented crew, many of whom have stayed involved for well over a decade.  Like many haunted house crews, theirs is like a family with a strong sense of kinship and dedication and love of haunting. Folks outside the industry might just see it as a bunch of weirdos (and they’d be right), but this bunch of weirdos will march right into the mouth of Hell for what they believe in. They believe whole-heartedly that this fear park has the potential to be the best.  Over the years their crew has faced many challenges and have always risen to the occasion. Alex and Jennifer see no reason for this challenge to be any different.
       
Two of the most predominant people in the off-season build crew are Daniel Burnett and Kevin Cook. Daniel has been working with Alex and Jennifer for 10 seasons. He started a few weeks before their first season at Reindeer, doing his internship in the morning, attending his day job in the afternoon, and working at the haunt until the wee hours of the morning. Essentially, he didn’t sleep much during that period of time. Daniel also takes care of the park audio, graphics, web design, off-season promotions, design, construction, lighting, and tends to be the one to make sure things stay organized. Kevin Cook has been with the Lohmanns for 8 years and does construction, design, lighting, maintenance, and is generally called upon for heavy lifting. He was married at the haunt with Alex officiating.  Both his wife Tiinia Auler and best man Chris Greene act and work off-season promotional events. Daniel and Kevin act in the show as well and are actor managers over their areas.  Their annual motivation is to have the scariest, most-theatrical actors of any Dallas haunted house around.
       
This entire group also has another, even odder side. They have a band called the Reindeer Morgue Of Doom Midnight Hour Jubilee Chorus.  They dress up in costume and play instruments: Alex on accordion, Daniel on banjo, Kevin on the ugly stick, Chris on the triangle, and Tiinia playing the bells. They sing songs ranging from 80’s hits to old Irish drinking songs.

After a 40-year history the original Haunted House at Reindeer Manor is getting a major overhaul. The show format will change as well.  Instead of a theatrical “skit” being done in each room, it’s being converted to a modern, walk-through type attraction that will play on both the house's actual haunting history and a solid scary backstory to really bring the creep-factor up. This will be backed by a remodel of the haunted trail out behind the house. There will be many iconic features that will stay right where they are, the same as customers have come to expect. 2014 will showcase the best scenic design the crew has done to date, and they are ready for the challenge. There will also be a dramatic shift in character development, costuming, and makeup this year. Plans are already underway to get a new shop up and a running as well to make custom masks, prosthetics and costumes for the park.
       
With a talented haunt crew at the helm, this year’s haunted house park will be unstoppable. The Lohmanns are dedicated to making sure their customers get the most value for their money, and that value grows each year. 
 
 
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San Antonio Texas is a vibrant city rich with haunted legends and deep superstitions.  The culture is festive, the food is incredible, and the people will all tell you that even though San Antonio is one of the largest cities in the country its really just a small town.  Spend a few weeks there and you'll understand what they mean.  Gothic architecture is abundant across San Antonio's plethora of historic buildings and cathedrals that accent a beautiful downtown.  In the heart of it all you will find the famous Riverwalk and The Alamo typically crowded by tourists from across the globe but well worth a look.  A short walk down commerce from the Alamo under the I-37 bridge takes you to a set of train tracks where a 105 year old historic building sits looming over passers byes.  This is where you begin to experience the horrific wonders of the 13th Floor San Antonio.

After making your way up the front steps into and out of the grand front entrance and foyer of the street level ticket booth you are led around to a moderately wide but building length long alley on the side of the 13th Floor which is guarded by tall wrought iron fencing and a Scarefactory Slayer. Careful on your way, air cannons have cleverly been placed beneath basement ventilation grating that is cut into the sidewalk.  This makes for some very entertaining action on the street in front of the building.  Past the alley way fencing the queue line awaits alongside the tone setting dimly lit historic brick two story warehouse.  Superbly detailed costumes donned by athletic, intense, and energetic performers are peppered throughout the lines providing great pre show entertainment.

As you make your way to the front you suddenly realize that you are not entering the side of the building like you thought, rather being led down a set of stairs that opens up into the basement.  This stair case was actually excavated and carved in to the concrete and brick basement walls by the producers of the event to create an exciting entrance into the first of the two highly anticipated haunts that are housed here.  Inside the basement another small queue line forms around beautifully and naturally distressed brick and stucco pillars that die into a low ceiling littered with old wooden trussing.  Flickering lights and dingy cobwebs surround you, and after a quick set of rules you enter the first attraction, Unearthed. (

Unearthed winds you through a series of underground scenes that tie together and quickly make you lose your sense of direction in its cavernous low ceiling labyrinth.  Incredible hand carved hard coated foam rock formations come together to create a set of abandoned caves in which the corpses of victims have been entombed in the rock faces.  Extensive sewers packed with well timed actors and pneumatics must also be endured and traversed by startled patrons.   Boiler rooms, a maze, and many other well thought out and well themed rooms come together to round off the walkthrough.  All scenes are detailed to the brim and carry a sort of cinematic production quality that is carried throughout.  The feel of Unearthed is claustrophobic, dark, dingy, wet, and foul which ties the sequences together across this very unique and well executed theme. Spitting you out into a maintenance shaft and then up a flight of stairs, Unearthed lets you loose into the mouth of the Beast, the front doors of the 13th Floor.  There is just enough time to catch your breath and appreciate more of this Haunted House’s incredible detail and custom hand carved foam work before entering the main attraction. )

The 13th Floor is set in a historic hotel that mirrors many of the cities finest places to lodge.  A superb custom crafted elevator effect kicks this attraction off taking customers on a very well done and treacherous ride.  Upon exiting the elevator sequence, ornamental and old world architecture is replicated flawlessly.  Distressing and dark washes have attacked every corner of the immaculately detailed room you enter and suddenly you feel taken somewhere, which is a point to note about this haunted house and the producers of this event in general.  Their attractions consistently enthrall customers with ultra detailed and dramatic environments that add a rare but magical layer of wonder to the haunts they create.  Very rarely do attractions incorporate the level of detail, the attention to every nook and cranny, and the scenic and cinematic design it takes to create that magic, but these guys believe it is a must every time. (

The 13th Floor San Antonio is a testament to that principle.

As you steer your way through the rooms and halls of the hotel you experience a variety of scenes where terrible atrocities have happened to unfortunate visitors.  In one room a fire has charred things to bits, in another, everything has flooded.  From floor to ceiling the scenic design and execution are superb, but that’s just the beginning. The performers in the 13th Floor assault participants with sudden actions, forceful movements, and come from all directions.  The actors here do a great job of scaring and are well timed and once you think you’re done with a room or are about to be terrorized by a sequence in a new room the performers deliver something more that is unexpected.  Snippets of dialogue and well scripted one liners complemented by costuming that ties their story together lets these performers unravel yet another layer of this show, well placed theatrics.  These quick lines of dialogue and well rehearsed movements add just the right amount of a theatrical element to this attraction without going overboard and letting stories get in the way of scares. )

Room by room you continue to experience new horrific acts of slaughter and terror but this haunted house isn't simply a series of rooms.  There are several times you look back across scenes or down very long hallways you are about to or have already traversed.  This perspective gives the attraction a real dynamic depth and feel adding to the enthrallment and the sense of realism that makes the show great.  The creative and well executed set design and construction continues throughout as horrified patrons are forced to navigate a tilted room, crawl through a tunnel, and make their way past several surprising and un expected effects that round out the show nicely (I can't give everything away).

Once you're done with the 13th Floor San Antonio you're breathless, you're amazed, and you're scared, but most of all you feel like you've finally been through a haunted house in San Antonio that has come to the table and delivered a high production quality and well executed show that contends with America's best haunted attractions.  The 13th Floor San Antonio is without question San Antonio's premier haunted house that will continue to shock and amaze for years to come.

The Business

The 13th Floor San Antonio was the brain child of Harbinger Events, Inc. producers of the House of Torment in Austin Texas and Screamworks Entertainment LLC producers of the Asylum and 13th Floor Haunted Houses in Denver, CO.  For years the owners of both companies had planned to open a haunted house in San Antonio and through good fortune and a stroke of luck, met at Transworld in 2009.  After lengthy discussion and months of planning Harbinger and Screamworks pulled the trigger on a joint expansion into San Antonio. (

"Our goal was to do a cannon ball" explains Warren Conard, Partner Screamworks Entertainment.  We didn't want to slowly wade in, test the waters, and see how things felt.  We were confident, well prepared and wanted to see what could be done if we really went at it.  So we jumped off the diving board and did a cannon ball.  We went all in right off the bat, and it worked."  And worked it did.  The 13th Floor San Antonio quietly became one of the highest attended first year haunted houses in history.

“This place is visually stunning and full of action packed horror but the real special thing about it is the people that made it happen and put in the work.  The 13th Floor San Antonio isn’t just the product of Harbinger and Screamworks, it’s the product of Greg Salyers, Stevie Helm, David Prieto, Keith Troutt, Diana Whitaker, and all those who helped, put in the hours, believed in creating a great show and came together to accomplish the unthinkable.”  explains Conard.  We are very appreciative of Greg, David, and the rest of our team in San Antonio and look forward to expanding the show there for years to come. ”  (www.13thfloorsanantonio.com)


 
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