The most nightmare-inducing haunted houses in NYC

Published On 10/22/2013 Published On 10/22/2013
Nightmare Killer's 2
Blackout Haunted House
Blood Manor
Then She Fell / Adam Jason Photography
Darkside / Jonny Meola ©11:11 Studios
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1. Nightmare: KILLERS2 107 Suffolk St, New York, NY 10002 (Lower East Side)

Revisiting the Killer's theme which focuses on real murderer's like Charles Manson, this spookfest is actually terrifyingly realistic.

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2. Blackout Haunted House 164 11th Ave, New York, NY 10011 (Chelsea)

Want to get waterboarded? Want to have absolutely no idea what you're getting yourself into before you go, because their PR people don't share details on-purpose? Yeah, then this is your place.

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3. Blood Manor 163 Varick St, New York, NY 10013 (West Village)

To set you right back to your childhood fears, "The Carnival of Souls" is waiting for you. With like, lots of clowns, and creepy balloons (are balloons creepy? Really bro?), and maybe some dolls... to rekindle the terror of when your older sister used to "force" you to play with her.

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4. Then She Fell 195 Maujer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206

If you're into multi-sensory theater experiences that ALSO happen to terrify the living-daylight out of you, then head to Then She Fell. It's in a rundown, old hospital and it smells.

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5. Darkside Haunted House 5184 Rt 25A, Wading River, NY 11792

Indulge in a pig-faced madmen chasing you with a chainsaw, and run through a maze of broken white picket fences. It's like a Long Island Stepford nightmare!