Find the biggest, best, and scariest haunted hayrides in TEXAS. Texas has some of the biggest and best Hayrides some of which feature other attractions such as haunted houses. Most attractions which feature a hayride often times have other attraction that aren't scary especially if the attraction is a pumpkin patch. A Halloween family friendly attraction would probably feature a non-scary hayride and also might include corn mazes, pony rides, pick your own pumpkins and much more. There are two very different types of hayrides the scary and the non-scary. A scary haunted hayride will almost always feature other attractions from a haunted forest, haunted houses, to all sorts of scary zones meant to make people SCREAM! The big haunted hayrides almost always feature tons of live actors, amazing detail, sets, special fx, some feature pyro and much more. Make sure when you search for a haunted hayride you are specific in your search. There are also new types of haunted hayrides called Zombie Paintball hayrides which are interactive where guests shoot and kill Zombies from hayrides.Look in our Pick Your Own Pumpkin or Corn Maze directory to find the non-scary hayrides. But if you want non-stop thrills and edge of your seat chills look here on these pages or within our haunted house directory to find big over the top haunted hayrides.
Find the biggest, best, and scariest haunted hayrides in TEXAS. Texas is a state which features many massive SCREAMPARKS which means more than just a hayride or a haunted house for example. Screamparks typically feature a hayride, haunted houses, haunted forests, to everything between. There are many different types of hayrides from the scary hayride to the family friendly hayrides typically found at a farm pick your own pumpkins. There are also new types of hayrides called Zombie Paintball which are more interactive putting riders on hayrides shooting paintballs at zombies and targets. No matter what type of haunted hayrides you are looking for from Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, El PasoCorpus Christi, San Antonio, San Angelo, Texas or anywhere between Hauntworld can help you find exactly what you are looking for!
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Dallas,Texas Haunted House - Thrillvania Haunted House Park
Texas Haunted Houses are some of the scariest and best in America! Hauntworld.com rates and review the best haunted houses, haunted attractions, and Halloween evnets in America! Thrillvania Haunted House Park located in Terrell, Texas is one of the scariest haunted houses in America! Prepare to scream! Verdun Manor Thrillvania Haunted Screampark is located in Dallas Texas area and has traditionally been one of the best and scariest haunted houses inTexas for OVER 20 years! Verdun Manor is one of the haunted house industries most well known and most respected haunted houses in the entire haunted attraction industry. When visiting the great state of Texas and more specifically Dallas area you must prepare to scream at Texas Haunted House Verdun Manor. Now prepare to read our entire review and take a trip back and learn the history of Thrillvania Haunted Screampark.
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Terrell Texas near Dallas Texas is the home of one of the scariest haunted houses in America called Thrillvania Haunted House Park. Texas 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 Texas and America .
Comprised of five separate attractions and situated on 50 acres of woodlands just a few miles east of Dallas, Thrillvania Haunted House Park is a world class haunted attraction conceived and built by legendary haunted house visionary Lance Pope.
The centerpiece of the attraction is Verdun Manor, a nightmarish, dilapidated, ghoul-infested old gothic mansion reputed to be haunted by a psychopathic werewolf and his vampire bride. Accessed by way of the dank, marshy Voodoo Bayou and a foggy overgrown cemetery, Verdun Manor has grown and evolved many times over the years since its original incarnation.
The building started out as "Haunted Cannon Manor," a regular attraction at the annual State Fair of Texas. Anyone who has seen pictures of the original façade of the manor will recognize a striking similarity to Disneyland's haunted house attraction, and indeed the haunt was originally designed and created by former Disney Imagineers.
In 1989, while attending the University of Texas at Arlington and operating the first, much more modest “Haunted Verdun Manor” across the street from his dormitory, Lance got a call from the owner of Cannon Manor, offering to sell him the attraction. The caveat was that he had to be able to get it moved NOW! Lance was so enamored with the haunt that he made it happen.
Lance’s original hayride has been replaced by Sam Hain's Trail of Torment, a creepy walking trail where monstrous human experiments come at you from every direction as you fumble your way through the black Texas night. The actors are able to slip in and out of a cloak of darkness, remaining camouflaged until the very last moment, causing visitors to feel all the more vulnerable and exposed especially to werewolf’s.