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Nightmare on the Bayou is another scary haunted house in Houston, Texas which is also connected to a costume shop one of the biggest Halloween costume shops in Houston, Texas. You might also stop in at another Texas Haunted House called Heatstoppers which is also a haunted house in Houston, Texas. Make sure you vote on the best and scariest haunted houses in Texas here at www.Hauntworld.com
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Houston offers many large historic cemeteries whic can tell one person so much about a city or about an individual. A cemetery is so much more than just a final resting place. To some it is a place to communicate with someone special, a loved one that is now gone. To others it is a ghoulish place that could be filled with ghost and goblins. Houston is lucky enough to have many great cemeteries with a wonderful history to each of them.
Gledale Cemetery is the oldest Cemetery in Houston. Built in the early 1800's and through the years it became surrounded by railroadtracks on three sides. Today you will find this beautiful cemetery resotred and open for visitors daily.
The oldest Jewish cemetery in Texas is the Congregation Beth Isreal Cemetery. This tiny cemetery was originally founded in 1844 and can be located in downtown Dallas. The cemetery is know for some of it's beautiful designed by architect Joseph Finger.
Lastly is the Olviewood Cemetery whic h holds some of Houston's most well-known African American's. One being Elias Dibble who was a freed slave who become the first black ordained Methodist minister in America and founded the Trinity Methodist Church. This cemetery started in 1875 by a group of freed slaves. To this day only part of the land where the cemetery was remains. Through the years and time many have been lost and no longer exists.
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One week before Halloween 2015, the Haunted Hotel had an early morning fire that destroyed a majority of the attraction and forced Metts to shut down right before the main event. It was the first Halloween in 33 years that the doors of the Haunted Hotel weren’t open to screams and laughter.
Most attraction owners would have taken the fire pretty hard. Metts, Blaisdell and the entire Haunted Hotel crew was no exception. Unfortunately, the black cloud wasn’t quite through raining down bad luck on the Haunted Hotel. As a complete surprise to everyone, the owners of the entertainment complex unexpectedly decided to retire and close their business down, leaving them without a location once again. All signs pointed to the final end of the Haunted Hotel after a strong 33 years of serving the loyal fans from Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana. After scouting for several months and having no luck, Metts and Blaisdell accepted that The Haunted Hotel was officially done and had closed the doors for the final time. Ironically, there was already a special event scheduled called
“The Final Nightmare” on Nov. 1st to honor the horror icon Freddy Krueger. Blaisdell said, “It truly turned into a nightmare, but I’m used to being in control of them and this one I couldn’t change.”
There were numerous meetings, long nights and then a little luck... An opportunity arose that the duo just couldn’t pass up. Metts was able to buy a building that he says, “…will allow us to grow and be a force to be reckoned with in the Haunted Attraction community. This new building is three stories tall, over 15,000 square feet and will be unlike anything people have seen or experienced in our area,” said Metts with excitement.
“It’s funny actually. Ever since we left downtown Beaumont, people said we needed to return downtown. They claimed the atmosphere was creepier and scariest there,” Metts said. And, as fate would have it the building they bought is in fact back in downtown. Not only that, but the building is right next door to the original location, and they actually share the back wall of the old hotel. So after 11 years they’ve come full circle to return to downtown Beaumont.