Issue Date: October 2007 Issue House Haunting Tori Woods, photo courtesy of 7 Floors of Terror
All Hallows’ Eve may be Oct. 31, but the celebration lasts all month. From shriek shacks near the tracks to a petrifying, phantomed penitentiary, Ohio haunted houses are now open for your delight and fright, and opportunities abound to be scared silly. Take a terrifying trip, if you dare.
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7 Floors of Terror
Ohio State Reformatory
The Info Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds,
164 Eastland Road, Berea; www.7floorsofhell.com Fri-Sun. thru Oct. 21, Oct. 25-31; Tickets 1010 Towpath Trail
Broadview Heights; www.bloodveiw.com; Thu-Sun thru Oct. 31; Ticket prices vary Cedar Point, One Cedar Point Drive, Sandusky;
www.cedarpoint.com; Fri-Sun thru Oct. 28; Ticket prices vary 100 Reformatory Road, Mansfield;
www.hantedx.com; Thu-Sun thru Oct. 31; Tickets $15
Scares in Store Seven haunted houses sprawl across the fairgrounds, peppered with $1 million worth of special effects, props and scenes.
Two houses and a haunted woods host unscripted and unmasked interactive and improvisantional terror.
Tons of Haloween-y events, including three haunted houses: Lair of the Vampire (gothic ghoulies), Pharaoh's Secret (sandy Spirits) and Undertaker U. (creepy co-eds)
The supernatural meets special effects: Actors, animatronics and props join forces with rumored real ghosts and special effects.
Fright Factor These pros have won awards
rated: 4 They've got 26 years of history.
rated: 3 The Top Thrill Dragster is scarier.
Real ghosts? We're there.