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From Haunted Houses to Zombies: The Most Frightening Scary Horror Games
Do you enjoy the adrenaline rush of being scared out of your wits? Are you a fan of horror movies and looking for a new way to experience fear? Look no further. In this article, we will explore some of the most terrifying scary horror games that will leave you trembling with fear. From haunted houses to zombies, these games will push your limits and keep you on the edge of your seat.
Haunted Houses: A Classic Thrill
If you’re a fan of haunted houses, then horror games that feature eerie mansions or abandoned buildings are sure to provide an exhilarating experience. One such game that comes to mind is “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.” Set in a dilapidated plantation house in rural Louisiana, this game combines atmospheric horror with intense gameplay. As you navigate through dark corridors and solve puzzles, you’ll encounter grotesque creatures and terrifying jump scares that will keep your heart pounding.
Another notable haunted house game is “Amnesia: The Dark Descent.” In this first-person survival horror game, players find themselves trapped inside an ancient castle with no memory of how they got there. With limited resources and a lurking presence that feeds on fear, this game is guaranteed to make even the bravest players feel vulnerable and terrified.
Zombies: A Never-Ending Nightmare
Zombies have been a staple in horror culture for decades, and scary horror games featuring these undead creatures are always popular among thrill-seekers. One standout title in this genre is “The Last of Us.” Set in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by infected humans turned into zombies, this action-adventure game blends intense combat with an emotionally gripping storyline. The realistic graphics and immersive gameplay make every encounter with the infected a heart-pounding experience.
For those seeking a more intense zombie experience, “Resident Evil 2” is a must-play. This remake of the classic survival horror game takes players back to Raccoon City, where a zombie outbreak has turned the population into flesh-eating monsters. With its atmospheric setting and relentless undead enemies, this game will keep you on your toes as you fight for survival.
Psychological Horror: A Mind-Bending Challenge
If you prefer horror games that mess with your mind, then psychological horror games are perfect for you. “Silent Hill 2” is often regarded as one of the best examples of this subgenre. As players control James Sunderland through the foggy town of Silent Hill, they unravel a deeply disturbing story filled with symbolism and psychological torment. The game’s haunting atmosphere and psychological twists will leave you questioning reality long after you’ve put down the controller.
Another mind-bending horror experience is “Layers of Fear.” In this first-person exploration game, players step into the shoes of a disturbed painter as they navigate through a constantly changing mansion. Delving into themes of madness and obsession, this game uses clever storytelling and visual trickery to create an unsettling experience that will keep you guessing until the very end.
Survival Horror: Fight or Flight
For those who enjoy intense gameplay and heart-pounding action, survival horror games provide an adrenaline-fueled experience like no other. “Outlast” is a prime example of this genre. Armed only with a camcorder, players must navigate through an abandoned psychiatric hospital filled with deranged inmates. With no means to defend yourself other than hiding or running away, every encounter becomes a tense battle for survival.
Another standout survival horror game is “Alien: Isolation.” Set fifteen years after the events of Ridley Scott’s iconic film “Alien,” players assume the role of Ellen Ripley’s daughter as she tries to survive aboard a space station infested by one relentless xenomorph. The game’s AI-driven alien enemy constantly adapts to the player’s actions, making every encounter a nerve-wracking game of cat-and-mouse.
In conclusion, if you’re a fan of being scared senseless, these scary horror games will provide an unforgettable experience. Whether you prefer haunted houses, zombies, psychological torment, or survival challenges, there is a game out there that will cater to your darkest fears. So grab your controller and prepare for a night of terror as you dive into these spine-chilling virtual worlds.
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How to Find Out About the History of Your Home
Your home holds many memories, and not all of them may be yours. Or you may question whether your house could be haunted or contain hidden treasure. If you’re wondering about checking the history of your house, get ready to learn how to uncover your home’s past.
Taxpayer Assessor Online Databases
Search online for your town’s taxpayer information. Once there, if your town offers an online database including every property, you might find out a lot about your home.
One tax assessor company, Vision Government Solutions, maintains online databases for states on the East Coast. Click on the state and you’ll see a list of your state’s towns. Some of the towns have accessible databases, and others don’t. Follow prompts to take you to your property’s information, including previous owners.
Hidden on Trulia’s website is a list of U.S. assessor records for every state. Search for Trulia’s property sitemap, and once on the page, you’ll see your state listing. You’ll be taken to a page with your state’s counties. Keep clicking to pinpoint your search.
Some towns host online assessor databases. Once on it, type in the property address or parcel number to visit a page of information about your home.
Realtor Websites With Home Information
Finding your home’s property listing, even when your home is not for sale, also offers some history. In addition to dipping into the websites of the major real estate agencies in your area to find your property, try the following sites:
Also try the Multiple Listing Service site directly. Head to MLS.com and you’ll see a map of the United States. You might find the history of your neighborhood or a home next door that may be for sale or in foreclosure, which could give you some hints about your own home.
Finding Out About Your Home’s Hauntings
Head to DiedInHouse.com, a website that keeps a database of people who have died in properties. The site may be able to tell you if someone actually died in your home. There’s a nominal fee to see the information.
Dig Up Land Records and Historical Maps
If you’re a genealogy enthusiast, you know the value of historical maps and land records. If you’re new to this type of search, start at the National Archives (archives.gov) to initiate a search into your property. You’ll find land transactions and even what the average cost was to build your house.
You can search for, download and enlarge historical maps of your town or neighborhood. Or go to your town hall and local library for copies.
Find Your Local Historians
Do some footwork to find the history of your home, neighborhood and town. Try the following:
- Historical societies: Your town’s local historical society can target your home’s history. Head to PreservationDirectory.com to find a database of local historic organizations.
- Real estate agents: Try calling a real estate agency to help you locate information on your home’s history.
- Neighbors: Pick the brain of a long-time neighbor. You may be surprised with juicy details.
- Physical evidence: Consult with an architectural historian, according to ThisOldHouse.com. Researching layers of paint or wallpaper helps identify what year your house was built.
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Head to the state's storied towns for autumn nights filled with eerie tales and ghostly apparitions. Plan your trip to the most haunted places here.
Wait...did you hear something? That creak? That rattle? That ghastly groan?! In Arizona, you'll find plenty of creepy noises—not to mention hauntings and paranormal activities—guaranteed to give you goosebumps. Travel the state north to south to uncover everything from haunted hotels to ghost walks and ghost towns. Then see if you can still sleep with the lights off.
Haunted places in Northern Arizona
Settled sometime in the latter half of the 19th century, Flagstaff (about two hours north of Phoenix) was a land of lumberjacks, pioneers, railroad men, and yes, outlaws. Situated near Route 66, and near the Grand Canyon, this forest town saw its share of Wild West violence that continues to "haunt" residents today. Take a spooky, self-guided haunted tour down alleys and past old buildings in historic downtown Flagstaff . You might catch a glimpse of the shadowy spirit said to haunt the balcony of the Orpheum Theater . Or spend the night at Hotel Monte Vista , which boasts a number of strange happenings courtesy of its resident ghosts. One such ghost likes to knock, announcing room service only to disappear when the guest opens the door. This particular prankster was first reported by none other than legendary Western actor John Wayne. Monte Vista's cocktail lounge is a popular Halloween haunt with locals. Have a few cocktails and you, too, might see the vaporous couple who dance eternally in the lounge or the bank robber who tried to hide among the crowd in a botched getaway but never got away. Be brave and try a special evening tour of the beautiful Riordan Mansion , a sprawling 1904 arts and crafts estate in Flagstaff that's now an Arizona State Park. The popular tours, held annually in late October, include ghost stories aplenty. Daytime delight: For a break from the creepy and the crawly, head for the hills—Flagstaff is home to some of the state’s most stunning hikes, including a 1,000-year-old volcano .
Today, Jerome is known more for its liquid spirits, in particular, its award-winning wine ; however, it remains one of Arizona's most famous ghost towns, and hauntings come with the territory. After all, it didn't earn its reputation as the "Wickedest Town in the West" without reason. During the annual October Jerome Ghost Walk , for one weekend only, you can wander the narrow passageways and steep streets to find costumed performers reenacting the shootings, mysteries and love triangles that marked this former mining town. Can't make it? Book a night at the Jerome Grand Hotel . Originally opened as the town's hospital in 1927, the 25-room hotel has had reports of strange occurrences and occasional sightings, including those of a bearded miner and a specter since dubbed "Claude" who met his demise in the elevator shaft. Want dinner and drinks with more of the Jerome ghost town flavor? Enjoy a meal at the Haunted Hamburger , followed by a nightcap and live music at the Spirit Room , a favorite watering hole where all the spirits are friendly. Daytime delight: Steel your nerves for a night in a haunted hotel with an afternoon wine tasting at Caduceus Cellars , where the pours all come from Arizona. Stop in earlier when the tasting room operates as a cafe for Italian espresso and lattes.
Ghosts talk as you walk in Prescott while you learn about this town's ghoulish past. Before Phoenix, Prescott reigned as the capital of Arizona (more specifically, the Territorial Capital), and it still retains much of its New World meets Old West charm as evident in its Victorian architecture and Whiskey Row saloons. The Palace saloon—often said to be Arizona's oldest bar—is one such Whiskey Row establishment and Prescott's most haunted spot. Multiple ghosts have been spotted here, including one Frank Nevin who lost his business in a poker game and still haunts the bar, maybe hoping for a chance at a better hand. The Palace's basement briefly even served as a temporary jail, and those who have visited have reported feeling a "heavy presence" making it difficult to breathe. During A Haunting Experience , a weekend walking tour of historic downtown Prescott, you're likely to visit The Palace while you explore the town's spiritual side. The Trost & Trost-designed Hassayampa Inn is another. Here, it's said a young bride—abandoned by her husband on their honeymoon in 1928—hanged herself from her balcony room. Perhaps she remains, waiting for his return. Daytime delight: Just four miles from town, Watson Lake is a serene landscape that beckons hikers, kayakers and rock climbers. Or fill up on the town's history before hunting its ghostly residents at the Sharlot Hall Museum , housed in the former Governor's Mansion.
Haunted places in Southern Arizona
Halloween is one roving street party in eccentric, artsy Bisbee. Throw on a costume and you'll fit right into this southern Arizona town, once a copper mining center. (You'd probably be the other 364 days of the year, too, if we're being honest.) Not sure where to start your ghostly hunt? Acquaint yourself with Bisbee's past as a mining boomtown with a stop at Queen Mine Tours . You'll head deep underground into the former Copper Queen Mine with former miners as they navigate the abandoned equipment and explain how turn-of-the-century mines operated. This is one tour best avoided by anyone with claustrophobia.
In the evening, join one of Old Bisbee Ghost Tour's numerous offerings , including a walking tour of haunted spots and a haunted pub crawl during which "spirits" are guaranteed. Along with your share of ghosts, you'll hear tales from Bisbee's wild history and learn why so many of its former residents still haunt this mountain town. After all the walking, spend the night at a Bisbee haunted hotel, such as the landmark 1902 Copper Queen Hotel . Guests and ghost hunters often try to prowl the upper floors in search of the hotel's resident spirits—a tall caped gentleman, an ethereal dancing woman and a young giggling boy. Daytime delight: Main Street in Old Bisbee is peppered with charming stores and boutiques, perfect for art collecting and thrift shopping.
Douglas and Tucson
Want more southern Arizona ghosts? Have a drink to calm your nerves at the tavern of The Gadsden Hotel in Douglas . The hotel, built 1907, features a magnificent lobby and Italian marble staircase, not to mention a few live-in ghosts, including the members of a love triangle. In downtown Tucson, Hotel Congress , built 1919, is best known for the capture of the notorious Dillinger gang. Although the gangster John Dillinger isn't one of them, ghosts do seem to roam the hotel, including a woman who smells of roses and a gentleman who peers out the windows of the second floor. Perhaps ghosts are to be expected here—the hotel offers plenty of reasons to linger, from live music at Club Congress to drinks in The Tap Room to a meal at Cup Café . Daytime delight: A trip to southern Arizona isn’t complete without visiting Saguaro National Park , where vast forests of the region’s iconic cactus stretch as far as the eye can see. One final note of caution before you head out in search of Arizona's ghosts: Many events and activities are not suitable for young children or have age restrictions. Others might have been canceled this year due to COVID-19. Be sure to call ahead for details.
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Flagstaff is a city in northern Arizona, United States. It has a population of about 65,000 people. It is the county seat of Coconino County and the largest city in Northern Arizona. Flagstaff has been called one of America's most haunted cities by The Travel Channel.
The best known haunted spot in Flagstaff is The Orpheum Theater which was built in 1927 and opened as a vaudeville theater before becoming a movie theater. The theater was closed for renovation in the early 1990s and reopened as a performing arts center with an auditorium that seats 1,700 people. The Orpheum Theater is said to be the most haunted building in America. A ghost with a white face and bloody mouth has been seen roaming the balconies of The Orpheum on many occasions. An unknown spirit has also been reported at various times throughout the theater's history.
The grounds of Flagstaff have been said to be haunted by over a dozen ghosts including a spirit that haunts the basement of The Hotel Monte Vista, a ghost that visits the lobby and can be seen sitting at the front desk on several occasions, and more.
Haunted History of Flagstaff
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Before diving into the specific haunted locations, it's essential to understand the rich and sometimes dark history of Flagstaff. Established in 1881, this small mountain town quickly grew into a bustling hub for railroads, logging, and tourism. The combination of its Old West atmosphere and the presence of historic buildings makes Flagstaff the perfect setting for ghostly encounters.
The Old West and Its Ghostly Inhabitants
Many of the ghost stories and legends that haunt the streets of Flagstaff are deeply rooted in the city's Old West past. From shootouts and tragic accidents to unsolved mysteries and lost souls, these tales have been passed down through generations and continue to captivate the imaginations of both locals and visitors.
Where to go in Flagstaff
Flagstaff, arizona is a city brimming with history and mystery. located in the heart of the american southwest, it offers a wide range of activities for adventure seekers and history buffs alike. if you're planning a trip to flagstaff and looking for something unique to do, consider exploring the haunted houses and mysterious places that make this city one of the most intriguing destinations for ghost hunters and paranormal enthusiasts. in this comprehensive guide, we will delve into the eerie world of haunted houses in flagstaff and provide you with an unforgettable experience with freaky foot tours, the experts in flagstaff's haunted history., ready to embark on an eerie exploration of flagstaff's haunted places here are some of the most notorious and spine-tingling locations to visit during your stay..
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With a growing reputation as one of America's most haunted cities, Flagstaff has become a popular destination for paranormal investigators and ghost tour enthusiasts. Among the many ghostly attractions and haunted places in Flagstaff, the Freaky Foot Tours offer a unique and chilling experience, led by knowledgeable guides who are well-versed in the town's haunted history and mysterious locations.
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When the day and time have arrived you’ll meet your group at the proper location. We ask our guests to arrive five to ten minutes early so your guide has time to greet your party and check you in. The guide will have the night’s itinerary at hand so your job is to show up in comfortable clothes and walking shoes and be prepared for whatever pops up during the tour. Several of our guests have captured orbs on phone cameras so feel free to snap away. Freaky Tours would love it if you share any images you capture and we’re working on a website where images and experiences can be shared.
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It’s Halloween season in Arizona. That means costumes, trick-or-treating, professional Halloween decorating services and pumpkin spice everything. Another time-honored tradition long associated with All Hallows’ Eve is haunted houses. And in the Phoenix-metro area, there’s no shortage of abandoned abodes and spooky sublets. We’ve scoured the Valley in search of the bellow-inducing best. Without further ado, here are the best haunted houses in Arizona!
#5 – The Gauntlet at Golfland in Mesa
If you can’t make it to The Gauntlet, Golfland-Sunsplash offers “Spooktacular Golf” every night in October.
Golfland-Sunsplash is located at 155 W. Hampton Ave in Mesa.
#4 – The House on Camino
This two-story home in a quiet neighborhood in east Mesa may appear rather innocent, but it is anything but. Pay a visit to 4055 East El Camino Street in late October, and you’re guaranteed to experience the best haunted houses have to offer. Ghosts, skeletons and the undead are just some of the inhabitants of this ghoulish garage.
The House on Camino a great experience for children of all ages.
#3 – Scarizona Scaregrounds
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#1 – 13th Floor Haunted House
You can visit the 13 th Floor Haunted House at 2814 W. Bell Rd. in Phoenix. It’s open through Halloween night.
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