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Blood Manor in New York, New York - www.bloodmanor.com - 44417 Views
BLOOD MANOR, NYC's Premier Haunted Attraction: The Nightmare on 27th Street, returns with a depraved appetite for gore and a twisted thirst for blood, in the same creepy location, 542 West 27th Street (btwn 10th & 11th Ave). With louder screams, scarier dreams and more thrills for each moment in its fun-filled darkness, BLOOD MANOR makes your nightmares come to life.

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Scare Factor: 9.1 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9.8 Skulls
Originality: 8.9 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.1 Skulls
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46.05 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
PURE TERROR SCREAMPARK in Monroe, New York - www.pureterror.com - 15756 Views
NY HAUNTED HOUSE: Pure Terror Haunted Screampark. *** in Monroe, NY with all new attractions for 2014, Pure Terror is a multiple haunted house attraction in Monroe, New York. For the Largest, scariest haunted houses in Orange County, New York, Pure Terror awaits you!

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Scare Factor: 9.9 Skulls
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Originality: 9.9 Skulls
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49.34 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse in Bellport, New York - www.gatewayshauntedplayhouse.com - 14877 Views
It's the GRAVEST show on earth! You’ll journey into the darkest corners of your mind, as you travel through twisted corridors, and mind tripping labyrinths with heart pounding scares at every turn. A macabre carnival known as the Grimmling Family Traveling Show brings horrific fairy tales to life, as evil spreads through this gruesome haunt.

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Scare Factor: 10 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9.5 Skulls
Originality: 9 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.5 Skulls
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47.08 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Haunted Barn and Corn Maze in Middletown, New York - www.piersonsfarm.com/ - 4995 Views
We love to celebrate Halloween here on the farm! We have a haunted barn, haunted corn maze and a haunted farm! Come get scared this October in any or all of our haunted attractions! Bring the kids! We have a fun corn maze, farm animals, corn bale maze, and a pumpkin patch as well! There is something for everyone here at our farm! Visit in the day time for fun with the younger kids, and on special set nights for a scary adventure. We feature: FREE Kiddie Play Area • Three Acre Corn maze • Animals To Visit • Round Bale Maze • Hayrides (daily @ 4 & 4:30) • Walk-in Pumpkin Patch *A Haunted Barn with synchronized lights and sound!

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Pumpkin Picking and Family Fun in Patchogue, New York - woodsidenurseryandgarden.com - 4759 Views
We offer a wide variety of Family Fun things to do! Children will enjoy entering our "Octobercation" outdoor exibit. Here they will see and learn tips about Trick or Treat Saftey, see how a Scarecrow is made, view our New Scooby Doo and Mystery Machine detective exibit, look at a replica of the worlds biggest pumpkin and weight themselves and the entire family on our Giant scale. Next they can enter our Famous "Haunted Tunnel" Over 300 feet of indoor haunted exibits (Not too scary but not too timid ) which includes moving props, special effects and lighting, music, funny and scary sceens and more. This is the Exibit Which we have been doing and improving for over 20 years. We have our fall Balloon Bounce where children can bounce around and burn off some energy. They can Mine for gold in our 20 panning station attraction and get to keep all the nuggets and gems they find. We have Fresh Roasted Corn on the weekends. Face Painting is also avaliable along with Full Size Scarecrow Making.

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The Forest of Fear in tuxedo, New York - www.renfair.com/forestoffear/index.html - 1679 Views
The Forest of Fear, located in Sterling Forest, Tuxedo Park, NY, has been voted one of the top ten haunt attractions in the U.S.!

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Scare Factor: 9.7 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9.4 Skulls
Originality: 9.7 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.8 Skulls
Special FX: 9.8 Skulls
48.35 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Darkness Rising in Massapequa, New York - www.darknessrising.org - 579 Views
Darkness Rising Haunted Attraction in Massapequa, New York WE ARE OPEN FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY RAIN OR SHINE!! We have added an additional 2000 sq.ft of pure terror this year!!

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Scare Factor: 9.6 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 10 Skulls
Originality: 8.5 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 8.5 Skulls
Special FX: 9.5 Skulls
46.13 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Zombieworld Attack of the Killer Clowns in Deer Park, New York - deerparkcommunitycenter.com - 492 Views


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Return of the Haunted in Staten Island, New York - nycartscypher.com - 481 Views


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Scare Factor: 10 Skulls
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Originality: 10 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 10 Skulls
Special FX: 9 Skulls
49.00 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Joe Allocco's The Franklin Square Horror in Franklin Square, New York - joea65.wix.com/franklin-square-horror - 461 Views


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Scare Factor: 10 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9 Skulls
Originality: 10 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 10 Skulls
Special FX: 9.3 Skulls
48.33 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Fright Nights in middletown, New York - frightnights.wix.com/frightnights2012 - 351 Views


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Scare Factor: 9.8 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9.7 Skulls
Originality: 10 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 10 Skulls
Special FX: 9.3 Skulls
48.67 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
haunted trail of horrors in middle island, New York - www.middleislandfd.com - 348 Views


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Scare Factor: 9 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 8.5 Skulls
Originality: 9 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 0 Skulls
Special FX: 6 Skulls
32.50 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Times Scare NYC in New York, New York - www.timesscarenyc.com - 243 Views


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Scare Factor: 9 Skulls
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Originality: 10 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 10 Skulls
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49.00 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
Haunt at Rocky Ledge in N. White Plains, New York - www.hauntatrockyledge.com - 194 Views
Ghastly Greetings! A year ago you took a frightful journey through a haunted experience that forever changed your view on Halloween. You probably have not recovered from the cornfield, the manic convict, or being chased through our haunted houses! This year the fright continues! Be prepared for an event like no other! A haunted experience that you could not have imagined! Prepare to experience: On a crisp October evening, you will start your experience in the middle of the woods! As you continue on, the trail becomes narrow and the smell of horror fills your senses! Will you make it through The Forest of Lost Souls? Or will your head be spinning as you travel backwards in Lost In Time? The Field of Screams is your next stop where you will try to navigate yourself out of the cornfield! The next location takes place in The Barn of Horrors where you will experience many different hair-raising events! Make it through the barn and you are onto your final destination, which is Last Rites! A strange character will be awaiting your arrival! One can only hope to make it through each experience alive at Rocky Ledge! Will it be you?

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Krupski's Haunted Barn in Peconic, New York - long-island.newsday.com/recreation/krupski-s-farm-1.854175 - 80 Views


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Scare Factor: 6.5 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 10 Skulls
Originality: 9 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9 Skulls
Special FX: 7 Skulls
41.50 out of 50 Skull Rating
 
 
FW Schmitt Farms in Melville, New York - schmittfarms.com/ - 25 Views
We are a family owned and operated farm located in Melville, NY. Come to our greenhouse in the spring, where we offer a variety of flowers, annuals and perennials for sale to brighten your home or yard. Our spring events are always family friendly, and our experienced staff is here to help you with your questions. For the young ones, we offer field trips tailored to ages 3 to 9. We also offer plants for school fundraising efforts. Finally, Schmitt’s is known as the #1 location for sod on Long Island. Sod wholesale, retail and installation is available. Contact us to learn more. The F&W Schmitt Family Farm’s Fall Family Fun Time is back for the fall season. Come enjoy the fall and continue your family tradition or start a new one. Pick your own pumpkins, enjoy rides and slides, walk through the haunted mansion, and explore Gladiators in the 7-acre corn maze. Other features include free hayrides, farm animals, pony rides, and Long Island’s largest straw pyramid. The farm and pumpkin stand is open 7 days a week, and field trips are also available

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Hanks PumpkinTown in Water Mill, New York - hankspumpkintown.com/farm/ - 15 Views
Hank and Lynne Kraszewski have been creating family memories at Pumpkintown for many years. Hank's Pumpkintown in Watermill, NY is open mid-September thru October. please come and visit us!!

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Barton Orchards in Poughquag, New York - www.bartonorchards.com/ - 15 Views
122 acre working family farm. Hudson Valley’s Premiere PYO. Our friends come from near and far! Over 21 Attractions. Food and fun for your whole family. "Growing Family Traditions" in the Hudson Valley for last 30years! Pick Your Own Orchard Open July - October daily with Activities, Hayrides, Music running Weekends! PARTY Rooms ready for booking each Weekend w/ private bathroom, food and secure area. Barton's Apple Cider Donuts & Apple Dumplings are sought out so get em on the Farm or VISIT Offsite Barton Orchards Market & Bakery in Lagrange, NY..Open Daily. Hudson Valley's premiere Pick Your Own Farm featuring full Garden Crops, Apple Orchards, Tree Fruit, Fresh Flowers and Pumpkins and THE best corn mazes for the entire family!! SO many family fun activities....come for the day or jsut have a few hours we have just what your need for a quick stop! We hope to see you soon!

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Long Island New York is the home of one of the scariest haunted houses in America called Gateway's Haunted Playhouse.  New York has many incredible haunted houses and Hauntworld rates and reviews the best haunted attractions in America.  Hauntworld can help you find hundreds of haunted houses in New York and Long Island. 
 

Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse is the rare occasion that brings the words “haunted house” and “professional theatre” together in the same sentence. And, although these thoughts appear to be worlds apart, the Gateway Playhouse proves that the two subjects not only go — but also can grow — together …And GROW they have!


The Gateway Playhouse is located in Bellport, N.Y.—a coastal village that lies on Long Island’s south shore, 60 miles east of Manhattan. The Gateway, now a non-profit organization, was first established in 1950 and remains the region’s oldest professional theatre.  Since the early days of summer stock shows, limited staff and shoestring budgets, the organization currently employs over 200 theatre professionals who cast, design, build, stage and perform in nearly ten Broadway quality productions each year. Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse first launched in 2009, during the middle of America’s “great recession.” Paul Allan, the theatre’s managing producer, recalls that this haunted house move had been discussed for several years prior, as a way to compliment the theatre’s main business. “Our staff originated the idea of doing a haunted house. We would talk about it at the end of production meetings for our summer shows — or often times after work over a few drinks,” Allan said. “Our summer season of musicals ends in September and many of our creative staff and technicians worked at haunts in New York and across the country during our down time. Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse was born because they were enthusiastic about creating our own haunt.”
 
For Allan, a haunted house has all the elements of a great theatrical performance and also allows the theatre’s artists to exercise every fiber of their creative muscle. Compared to a theatrical production that has a predetermined script and setting, the haunt provides a blank slate that is ripe for creativity. One such creator is haunt director Michael Baker, a longtime aficionado of haunted attractions. Every year, Baker, Allan and the theatre’s staff set a new theme and concept for each version of Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse. These stories are built on historical facts and are often spun from the theatre’s rich history. One such story involved the horrible creations of a demented prop maker from the early days of the theatre, while another showed the lasting effects of a vengeful caretaker. These tales come to life when placed against the backdrop of the Gateway property — a mix of different architectures that create a macabre visual appearance when properly lit. Some buildings remain from the original settlement, now centuries old, while others were constructed by the prominent Mott family after the Civil War. It is widely believed that members of the Mott family still haunt the playhouse and its surrounding buildings.

 
Recently, the theme has been borrowed from strange occurrences outside the theatre. Long Island is home to many government laboratories — each with their own unique lore — which provided the groundwork for the creation of a government controlled airborne virus brought havoc to the surrounding community of Bellport. As a result, 2012’s haunt was christened “Hellport” and a dystopian version of the tranquil village was reproduced inside the walkthrough attraction. 

Once a theme has been decided, Baker begins conversations with wig and makeup designer Trent Pcenicni, who sketches specific characters that deepen the storyline. Each room in the haunt will be themed around the lives of these individuals. Baker and Pcenicni take great care to include a wide assortment of characters and types of scares so that people of all ages and backgrounds — from those who plunge head first into the haunt, to those who cower at the tail end of each group — are affected by what’s inside. This mixture of characters and effects is designed to assault all bodily senses for the scariest haunted house experience possible. In some rooms, pungent odors of rotting flesh and raw sewage clog the air. In others, patrons wade their way through a sinking floor and feel their way through a dark room, blockaded by bodybags suspended from the ceiling like hanging meat in a haunted butcher shop. Around another corner, patrons cower in fear as they come face-to-face with a shower of sparks created by a burly, chainsaw wielding psycho who wildly slices through an electrified fence. While these haunting characters provide ample scares for patrons, their sensorial assault is also used to setup a deeper, subtle, more lasting fright: the “psychological” scare. This haunt technique utilizes the character’s inner emotional state — not just what the character is doing — to achieve its outcome.

Pcenicni describes a “naked man” character in order to illustrate how a “psychological” scare can be effective when placed against other types of terror. During one haunt sequence, patrons had their senses jarred by a sequence of moving floors, a loud “startle scare” in an electrocution chamber, and an eerie environment filled with televisions emitting static. They then discovered a character that appeared to be nude, lying motionless and speechless on the floor of the following room. Despite not having to speak or move, the actor accomplished his scare, because he remained true to his story. Moreover, patrons continued to rave over the existence of this ‘naked man’ long after exiting the haunted house, even as they walked to their cars.

This type of committed, live actor gives Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse its unique intimacy. Quality acting has long been synonymous with the Gateway name, as actors such as Robert Duvall, David Carradine and Gene Hackman have trod the boards on its stage. The theatre is also home to the Gateway Acting School, which trains nearly 300 young actors annually. Baker, a Gateway Acting School instructor and member of Actors’ Equity Association, teaches and rehearses each company of haunt actors. Although many are trained stage, film and television actors, the entire cast undergoes a general audition to assess how each could be suitable in particular roles and scenes. During the audition, actors assemble into groups and are first encouraged to utilize their senses of smell and taste as they act out facing cold, wet or arid conditions. Specific rehearsals are devoted to voice, which helps each company member produce a catalog of sounds — from loud screams and dizzying cacophonies, to low groans and slight whimpers. As the improvisations become more specific, all actors explore three different character types: victim, aggressor and helper. Baker believes that this process lays a foundation for any scene that would be included in the haunt. “We rehearse over and over because it’s important that the actors are comfortable in their circumstances. These sessions give them the tools necessary to stay in character,” Baker said. “There’s no ‘right or wrong’ in how to act.  It’s about commitment to the situation. Even transitions in our haunt are still scenes and require the same level of commitment, in character. After each scare, our actors are trained to maintain their focus as they reset and prepare for the next group of haunted house victims.” This dedication to the actor’s body and mind bleeds through into design and technical decisions. Although full, over-the-head masks are often used for intimidation, Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse prefers not to depend on them solely, because they constrict the actors’ emotive abilities. Instead, costumes and makeup applications are relied on to make a distinct, visual look that is specific to each haunt character.
 

Given that haunted house actors are seen up close, these distinct looks must be intricately recreated. Pcenicni and six other makeup artists begin applications three hours before the haunt begins. To speed things along, the makeup team uses two dozen airbrushes filled with cosmetic grade paint. After the night is over, it takes another hour and a half to remove prosthetics and other effects. Once the first group of patrons enters the haunt, Baker monitors and communicates with each actor to maintain the high quality of each performance. Actors carry character description cards that prove extremely useful when a standby or replacement actor is needed. Baker encourages his haunted house cast to experiment, keeping in mind that timeliness and consistency are crucial for the smooth run of each haunt. “We have the freedom to play in rehearsals, but we also have to reset in a matter of seconds as new patrons come through the haunt,” Baker said. “It’s important that the actors not spend a lot of time with each group, because we need to keep the flow moving.” The flow becomes more and more critical as attendance multiplies each year. Although Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse attracted only 2,500 people during its 2-week debut season, attendance TRIPLED the following year and DOUBLED the next!  The haunt schedule has expanded from two to six weeks to meet this demand and now continues into November, as well.  This huge increase in attendance is a direct tribute to the quality production at Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse. These figures have given Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse the resources to extend its construction period from a number of days to two full months, giving patrons a more satisfying, detailed experience. Each year, the haunt must be quickly built and tore down, to accommodate the theatre’s winter production schedule. The acting company has also grown thanks to this increased attendance. What began with only a few professional actors and several volunteers from the Gateway Acting School and the theatre’s technical staff has grown to include 40 professional actors and another 40-50 volunteers. During the Halloween season, nearly 120 people are included on the payroll, taking technical, sales, security, custodial, parking and concessions staff into account.
 
Each year, the walkthrough path moves to include new areas on the property and concepts continue to evolve as the organization gains more and more experience in the haunted house genre. The original end sequence required patrons to turn and witness an onstage scene — like in a theatrical production. Now, patrons are encouraged to discover and connect stories and events at their own pace, instead of watching an act unfold in front of them. This relationship is now established before the haunt actually begins. “Once people approach the haunted house entrance, they are extremely excited to encounter what lies inside. In this state of suspense, asking them to read a written story or watch a preview movie — which we have done in the past — has proven to be counterproductive,” Allan reasons. “We now let the story unfold inside, with them being a part of it. They can’t wait to have their space invaded and feel their safety questioned.”
 

This illusion of danger, amplified by a disorienting haunt environment, can spark a distinct, different emotional response from each patron. Because these reactions are sometimes difficult to predict, Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse takes great measures to keep all parties free from actual harm. A dedicated security team has always been in place for each haunt and is now headed by a retired officer and training specialist from the Suffolk County Police Department. This force has the capability to anticipate and address any situation within moments, thanks to dozens of two-way radios that are operated by actors, technicians and staff. Although each instance of growth has led to valued change, the theatre proudly maintains the haunt’s intimacy by giving each effect a human touch, even in a digitized age. Pcenicni has personally made dozens of hands, feet and severed heads, in addition to his other duties. And, although the haunt uses a limited amount of automation, all effects are controlled by a computer program called VenueMagic, which grants the theatre’s technicians precise, moment-to-moment, control over any effect.
 
This dedication to even the smallest of details has not gone unrecognized. Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse has received favorable reviews from the New York Times, was named on USA Today’s “Top Ten Haunted Houses in New York” and was voted “Best Haunted House on Long Island” for two years in a row by News12 — the area’s leading television news outlet. Allan hopes that this wide appeal will familiarize more people with the theatre’s high level of artistry and, in turn, bring a new demographic of patron to the playhouse’s other events throughout the year. With regional and statewide accolades under their belt, as well as thousands of patrons anticipating the newest installment, how will Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse continue to grow?
 
Baker sums it up best: “We always ask, ‘what haven’t we done. Where else can we go?’”
 
 
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New York 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 haunted houses in the Long Island, New York the haunted houses in New York seem to be around every corner especially in the Long Island, New York haunted houses are very popular form of entertainment and more haunted houses in New York here at Hauntworld.com.  On Hauntworld.com you will find every type of haunted houses in New York from a haunted hayride, haunted house, Halloween Attractions, ghost tours, to paranormal ghost hunting.  Read all about the best and scariest haunted houses in the state of New York here at Hauntworld.com

 

When looking for a scary or the best haunted house in New York look no further than the area of Long Island, New York because this is an absolute hotbed for haunted houses in New York. One of the biggest around is Bayville Screampark  which has been ranked as one of the best haunted houses in New York. Bayville Screampark and haunted house located in Long Island New York in the town of Bayville features several haunted houses all in one location including a haunted mansion, 3D clown haunted house a Pirate themed attraction, and even a haunted house Parade called "Parade of the Dead".  The local fire deptment also produces a very scary haunted house right there in Bayville. There are at least 10 haunted houses scattered all across Long Island New York. The fact is Long Island area is close to New York City and many other area's filled with the scariest haunted houses in New York.  Use the zip code finder here on Hauntworld.com to find the best and scariest haunted houses in Long Island, New York.

 
     
 

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