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Haunted House in Uniontown, PA Pennsylvania - Haunted Hills Estate
The scariest haunted house in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, PA is Haunted Hills Estates, and Hauntworld.com brings you a full review of this ultimate Halloween Haunted Attraction. Learn all the secrets of how this attraction became one of the most successful haunted houses in America.
Haunted House in Philadelphia Pennsylvania - Eastern State Penitentiary Terror Behind The Walls
Haunted House in Philadelphia Pennsylvania - Eastern State Penitentiary Terror Behind The Walls is one of the biggest, scariest REAL haunted houses in the country. Eastern State is open year around for tours of the prison, ghost tours, paranormal investigations and in October it becomes one of the biggest haunted houses in America. Read all about this attraction click here.
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Haunted House in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Hundred Acres Manor
www.hundredacresmanor.com/ Haunted House in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Haunted Acres Manor, is the scariest haunted house in the Pittsburgh PA area with multiple haunts in one location. Read a review by Hauntworld.com
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Pennsylvania Haunted House Bates Motel in Philadelphia
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Pennslvania 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 Allentown, Pennsylvania the haunted houses in Pennsylvania seemed to be around every corner especially in the Allentown, Pennsylvania area haunted houses are very popular form of entertainment and more haunted houses in Pennsylvania can be found at Hauntworld.com. On Hauntworld.com you will find every type of haunted houses in Pennsylvania 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 Pennsylvania here at Hauntworld.com
When looking for a scary or the best haunted house in Pennsylvania look no further than the area of Allentown, Pennsylvania because this is an absolute hotbed for haunted houses Pennsylvania PA. Pennsylvania has more haunted houses than almost any other state in America, and not only do they have several haunts but they have some of the best found anywhere. Pennsylvania has many cities with great haunted houses especially Philadelphia area which has more of the top rated haunts than any other city in America.
There are at least 10 major haunted houses in and around Allentown, Pennsylvania or in regional area's around Allentown, Pa. Allentown, Pennsylvania is not far from Philadelphia PA where there are many great haunted houses but in the area surrounding Allentown you can find several haunted houses very close by. In fact there is a major amusement park neaby called Dorney Park which also hosts a major Halloween event.
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The first of many known real haunted houses in Allentown is the Schubert Farm House. The 18th century farmhouse is located just on the outside of town in the countryside where it was peaceful and quiet. Many would describe tthe farm as beautiful and was once used as a horse farm. A harsh tragedy hit the Schubert family when all five children died from smallpox.
Since 1977 the home was then taken over by new owners and soon after the strage and unexplained activity began. Many times it was just friendly gestures and other times the ghosts of the children were tyring to scare the new owners. One reported occurance was late one evening noises were heard from the barn that sounded like galloping. When the witness when out to see what the noises were he saw a shadow that resembled a horse kicking up the gravel. Through the years there have been many more of reported strange noises, figures walking through the house and strange smells. To this day there are still reports, but the numbers have gone done, but many who come in contact with the Schubert Farm House always say the same thing. There is definitely paranormal and strange activity in this home.
There is a college that is still very much in use by thousands of college students today called Cedar Crest College and the legend goes that the Butz Hall is known to be haunted by a young woman who comminted suicide. It is said that she hung herself in the stairway. Students have reported as seeing a ghost they call Wanda. Some of the freaky and paranormal things that happen are students getting locked out of their own dorms and the school alarms would go off for no reason. Students have also reported hearing strange, erie noises, seeing objects move and hearing a womans voice and often times a light laughter. To this day this private woman's school still has many reports of strange sightings and unexplained happenings, but is still a very popular private school in the smaller town of Allentown, PA
In additional there are many ghost tours, and other real haunted house places throughout Pennsylvania. Find the best haunted houses and more here at www.Hauntworld.com
Hauntworld.com provides the best reviews of the scariest haunted houses and Halloween Haunts in America. Each month we focus our attention on a new haunted house, and we dive into all the details to bring our readers all the latest about the scariest haunted houses in America. Our next stop on our trail to find the ultimate haunted houses and Halloween attractions is Uniontown, Pennsylvania, at the now legendary Haunted Hills Estate haunted houses in Pennsylvania. There are many Pennsylvania PA haunted houses, in fact some of the best haunted houses in Pennsylvania are also some of the scariest and best haunted houses in America. So now sit back and prepare to learn the secrets of the ultimate haunted houses located right in the heart of PA Pennsylvania and prepare to SCREAM!
The story begins with a creative young girl who, from the very beginning, was attracted to spooky movies, haunted houses and terrifying characters. Today, she is known as SpookyGirl. As a teenager, Jaquelyn Lovall Wymard began home haunting in her basement until eventually she expanded to the entire house. When her aspirations outgrew the house, she moved her haunt to an acre of land, until finally her passion exploded, and she purchased a 100 acre farm with a dark and sinister history. The area has become known as “Haunted Hills Estate” or “HHE”.
Located in Uniontown, PA, SpookyGirl knew her only chance of survival in such a heavily populated haunt area like Pennsylvania was to be totally different. Her creativity resulted in three interactive haunted adventures, creating a haunted screampark of her own. Her idea of an “adventure” consisted of a totally exciting and unique haunted experience. These haunted adventures test the human innate instincts; they dramatize the explorations of a “real” haunted situation, and the outcome is almost always uncertain and exciting.
Aside from creativity, SpookyGirl’s main goal was to saturate HHE’s haunted adventures with what is known as “realism”. Creating realism on a budget is extremely difficult unless of course the location is already home to a gruesome past and haunting experience that innately create its own realism. Surrounding the adventures are dark woods, hidden trails, slow-trickling streams, menacing meadows, forbidden hills, mysterious barns, and a blood orange moon that is perfectly positioned nightly. (http://www.hauntedhillsestate.com/history)
Of the three adventures offered at Haunted Hills Estate, The Challenge Trail has proved to be the most popular. A team must dig deep within themselves to uncover their inner wit, bravery, and luck in order to survive and escape this valiant haunted adventure. The paths of this haunted house are creatively changed each year and the challenges relate to that year’s haunted storyline. A challenge card is awarded to each group to record their success in completing the haunted challenges that are known to test: all five senses, physical ability, memory, and group organization. Just like the trail, the challenge card is also designed to reflect the theme of that year. For example, in 2011 the trail was invaded by pirates in search of Eleanor Hill’s hidden treasure, so each group was given a treasure map to guide them on their journey. The Challenge Trail is an independent adventure, meaning there’s no leader to escort or to protect the guests as they stroll through the haunted woods with
endless possibilities. This adventure was carefully designed for all ages and is the more family oriented of the three.
The second adventure, Legends, is set in a large, hundred-year-old barn that will curl your toes even in the daylight. With this barn comes a local legend that is the center of the farm’s frightening and dark past. Legends is by far the most terrifying of the three adventures. Legends will stimulate every sense in your body with noise that vibrates your soul, lights and scenes that twist your thoughts, and impossible pathways that will test your sanity. Victims find themselves creeping through pipes, fireplaces, walls, and freezers before they ever even reach the basement. Robin Yauger, Legends’ set design specialist, created an atmosphere that guarantees pure horror. The realism effect was the easiest to create in this adventure, because it already exists. The aged stone walls infested with genuine cobwebs were built hundreds of years ago. Everything about the structure of Legends is authentic, right down to the smells: dried leaves, dungeon dirt, rotten tissue, and burning pumpkins. The barn does not support “scared chicken exits”, because we all know what happens to chickens on a farm, right? A glow stick is your only option for mercy. A waiver is required before admittance to this adventure due to the confined spaces and tricky navigation skills that it demands.
The third adventure, known as the Chamber of Chills, is more along the lines of a theatrical experience. The show is hosted by the Estate vampires. Cold and thirsty, these creatures open their chambers each year to invite others to explore their living quarters. In the 2011 season, they portrayed the eight deadly sins… yes, eight. Scarves are recommended for this particular adventure, though there is no real evidence that this method is effective in preventing an attack.
Guests are invited to stroll along a challenging trail and navigate through dark terror. Guest could also rest while indulging in a bloody drink and a spiritual haunting. All three adventures provide something totally different, so the guests are guaranteed to take something away from each of them. This allows all guests to receive high entertainment satisfaction from their HHE experience.
Although the adventures themselves are phenomenal, it is frequently reported that the most impressive parts of HHE are the creatures themselves. During the summer months these creatures frequently participate in actor workshops with HHE actor manager, Frank Machnik. Frank encourages individual actor improvement to ensure an elevated performance from each actor every year. Auditions typically begin in June and by August all 75 positions are filled. Beyond the 75 positions casted, HHE wisely creates an annual On-Call List too. “The main question we get is how do we attract so many awesome actors,” tells Frank. “The answer is simply the bond. The creatures at HHE are treated like one big family, and our bond is expressed in social events all year long.”
Last year, HHE rented a hall and threw a My Bloody Valentine Party consisting of the creatures sporting gowns, suits, and of course…blood. “We are always having bon fires, brain storming gatherings, and meetings too. Each event brings us closer together,” tells Frank. The actors/actresses are truly the heart of HHE. Every year, they recognize 13 creatures. These creatures are known as “Black Beads”. A Black Bead is an actor/actress that demonstrates total haunted character and professionalism while maintaining a positive role model. The Black Bead award is announced at the awards banquet at the end of the Haunt season. Black Beads have special privileges and are invited to assist the actor manager during actor workshops.
The attendance increases each year and the excitement never grows old. “We focus on what works and we make it better. We listen to our guest and staff and make changes each year. We go to the Haunt Conventions to get fresh ideas and to get energized,” says SpookyGirl. She’s found what makes her happy and although she admits “this little girl is getting older,” the haunt definitely keeps her young at heart!