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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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Come Walk With Us ... If You Dare The Haunted Tiffin Ghost Walk is an after-dark historical tour/paranormal investigation that spotlights 10 of Tiffin and Seneca County, Ohio's most legendary — and sometimes slightly sordid — landmarks. Join award-winning author/historian/ paranormal investigator Lisa Swickard, psychic medium Lindsey Lawson and a host of other experts as they guide you in this truly unique, entertaining experience as the team explores the phenomena that lies beyond our physical world ... All ghost walks and material are © copyrighted 2021 by Lisa Swickard/Virgin Alley Press. Any unauthorized use by a group or individual is strictly prohibited.
Discover the little-known battle in which the 49th suffered the most devastating loss of human life.
Bettsville, Ohio: Little Town, BIG History
One of the most resilient small towns in Seneca County, Bettsville has survived two fires that wiped out the downtown district more than a century ago.
Join us for a walk through the downtown district, visit the house once occupied by a kindly physician who, as a young medical student, was convicted of grave robbing.
Stroll through the village's first cemetery and cap off the evening inside the historic mausoleum.
Join our team for a traditional pre-walk dinner at the Blue Eagle Inn.
Little Hedges Park/Court Street/Julia Rumsey
Little Hedges Park
The site of the first city cemetery in 1834, Little Hedges Park housed the graves of scores of Tiffinites who fell victim to the 1834 cholera epidemic. It fell into disrepair and the bodies were moved to Greenlawn Cemetery in 1859. But did they get them all ...
The Green Lady
Charlotte Hoyt's life was steeped in scandal. Born into a local farm family in 1867, she left the rural life for the big city and ultimately married two millionaires before filing for her second divorce and moving back to Tiffin. There, her scandalous reputation continued as a result of her relationship with Judge J.F. Bunn. Wealthy and eccentric, she was often seen in Tiffin riding in an expensive green carriage, with she and her driver both clad in green garb. But her salacious personal life made her an outcast in proper Tiffin society until her untimely death in 1903.
Court Street/Courthouse Square
Court Street was one of the most eclectic streets in Tiffin. From the Harter Candy Co., that specialized in the manufacture of delicious chocolates, to Kiesslings' saloon and restaurant, to the Advertiser newspaper office, Court Street was always hopping. Situated opposite Courthouse square, the area was abuzz with the famous and infamous in Tiffin's rich history.
Tiffin's first female physician, Julia Rumsey was a doctor when very few women were admitted to the profession. She had a thriving career here, until a shipwreck in 1865 claimed her life.
Fort Ball/Ketchup Botttle Murder/Brothels
Introduced in 2015.
Camp Ball, War of 1812
Enter the confines of Camp Ball, the fort built as a supply depot during the War of 1812. Surveyed by Gen. William Henry Harrison, the location was chosen for its close proximity to the Sandusky River and the natural spring that offered a constant supply of fresh water.
Even though the fort saw no fighting, death from disease did occur and burials outside the fort were commonplace. How many soldiers still lie beneath the ground? No one knows ...
Ketchup Bottle Murderer
Visit the site of the former home of Tiffin Millionaire Col. Albert Brewer. In May 1902 the industrialist's life changed forever when he killed a man in a bar fight . The weapon of choice -- a ketchup bottle. Relive the odd details of the event, and the more bizarre details of Brewer's untimely death exactly one year after the murder.
Do the murder and the victim still haunt the premises, or was Brewer's death one of the most outrageous cover ups of all time? ...
The Hotel Monroe ~ originally the site of the Ohio Stove Works ~ began operation as a hotel sometime around 1913-1914. Situated across from the railroad depot, it soon gained a reputation as a popular house of ill-fame in Tiffin's red light district.
It's been said some of the women never left ...
Mattie Ross Nisonger was the most famous madam in Tiffin's history. Her Hotel Berlin was considered a classy "palace of pleasure." In fact, is was the most respectable disrespectable establishment in the city.
Even in death, Mattie wouldn't have it any other way ...
Haunted 1913 Flood Walk
Introduced in 2016.
Relive the most harrowing events of the Great Flood of 1913, which still stands as Tiffin's —and Ohio's — greatest natural disaster.
Join us on a journey along one of the streets that suffered almost insurmountable devastation. From death to damage, this area also saw triumph as the citizens sought to rebuild their lives.
Based on Swickard's award-winning book, Calamity and Courage: Tiffin's Battle During Ohio's Deadly 1913 Flood ( virginalleypress.com ) this ghost walk is sure to be a thrilling tale of those who perished and survived. Across the paranormal realm, this area has proven to be dotted with visits from those who succumbed to those raging waters more than a century ago.
"PAIR OF SHOES & A BEER" TOUR
Introduced in 2017, tiffin shoe factory/van nette flats.
This 2017 Haunted Tiffin Ghost Walk route begins at the historic Tiffin Shoe Factory at the corner of Liberty Street and Riverside Drive. Built in 1871, the factory was known for the manufacture of women’s high-button shoes. Eventually, it became the Van Nette Apartments and was home to inventor Jasper Van Nette. This promises to be an active site, considering the numerous people who have passed through its doors for more than a century!
Infamous Railroad Bridge
The old Railroad Bridge harbors the energy from the tragic 1913 Flood.
Even though it was the only bridge left standing in Tiffin after Ohio’s worst natural disaster, it played a role in at least three deaths that occurred during, and after, the flood.
Are those spirits still roaming the area? Join us to find out!
Mueller's Brewery &
The brewmaster's house.
The Mueller Brewery/Tiffin Scenic Studios is one of Tiffin’s most historic structures. Situated on Riverside Drive, the brewery was started by Christ Mueller and Val Schmidt in 1854. The ornate house next door was the brewmaster’s house, originally occupied by Mueller. Tiffin Scenic Studios – that was started in 1901 -- eventually moved into the brewery after the advent of Prohibition.
The incredible actress
The brewery ultimately became Tiffin Scenic Studios. Our discussion about that Tiffin institution rolls into a talk about Tiffin's best-kept secret, actress Susan Willis.
Kuebler Home ~ The Shoe Dynasty
The historic home of Joseph Kuebler marks the final stop on this tour of one of the most historic areas of Tiffin. The Kuebler House was built in 1886 by the Joseph, whose grandfather, (also named Joseph) made his mark in Tiffin by beginning a shoe store dynasty in 1832. Today, Kuebler Shoes is one of the oldest continuously operating shoe stores in the United States. Perhaps Joseph or one of five generations of Kueblers watch over the property.
1913 Flood Klingshirn Property Investigation
Above: Mary Klingshirn Hostler survived the flood but never recovered from her crippling loss. Right: George Klingshirn Jr. and his bride-to-be Regina Ranker perished together. Center: Swickard's award-winning book that takes readers on an exciting journey of that crushing event.
The 1913 Flood was tragic for many businesses and individuals in Tiffin, but no familes were more devastated than the ill-fated Klingshirn and Knecht clans.
This fascinating investigation takes visitors to the actual site where the houses stood, and Swickard recalls the last moments of those poor souls.
"I got very attached to these families when I was writing my book, Calamity and Courage ," Swickard explains. "This is my tribute to them; my way of making sure they are never forgotten."
CAMP NOBLE, where the 49th OHIO Volunteer Infantry
Was created during the civil war, introduced 2018.
Psychic Lindsey Lawson has established the area that served as an early boot camp under Gen. William Harvey Gibson is active. Now you can hear the incredible story surrounding this historic Tiffin venue and the role its soldiers played in some of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. In addition, this walk introduces visitors to the neighborhood that once was home to some of Tiffin's most unique movers and shakers.
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Find your Haunt on the Haunted Tiffin Ghost Walks
The Haunted Tiffin Ghost Walk is an after-dark historical tour/paranormal investigation that spotlights seven of Tiffin and Seneca County, Ohio's most legendary — and sometimes slightly sordid — landmarks. Join award-winning author/historian/ paranormal investigator Lisa Swickard, psychic medium Lindsey Lawson and a host of other experts as they guide you in this truly unique, entertaining experience as the team explores the phenomena that lies beyond our physical world.
Swickard says they start up the ghost tours every weekend in June, and typically last until Halloween. Tours are every Friday and Saturday evening, typically starting at 8:30 p.m. but moving earlier as the sun sets.
About ten to fifteen people typically go on a walk at a time. Their team also includes two psychics, who also come along on the tours to speak with the dead.
Tools they use during the hunts include dowsing rods, flashlights, infrared cameras, recorders to capture electronic voice phenomenon, and radio transmitters to capture spirit voices. With their team, they are able to communicate differently with spirits and validate each other.
All tours are "100 percent local history," Swickard said, and the spirits they attempt to communicate with are all previous residents of Tiffin.
For Swickard, the best part about doing the ghost tours is sneaking in the history lessons about the area.
"We're teaching the history you didn't learn in school," she said. "You show them as human beings."
The Fort Seneca walk is currently the most popular—it is both handicap accessible and drivable. Swickard also said their "Bettsville, Ohio: Little Town, Big History" tour has shown some significant evidence—including ending at the local mausoleum.
Swickard said whether visitors believe or not, whether they get evidence or not, they take away a very interesting history lesson.
"Death is not the end," she said. "There's something else out there. People deserve to be remembered."
For more information about the Haunted Tiffin Ghost Walks, visit hauntedtiffin.com. All tours are ages 13 and up. Walks are $15 per person. Since the tours are outdoors, it is possible to social distance. Masks are not required.
Camp Noble, where the 49 th Ohio was created during the Civil War
In this tour, you can hear the incredible story surrounding this historic Tiffin venue and the role its soldiers played in some of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. In addition, this walk introduces visitors to the neighborhood that once was home to some of Tiffin's most unique movers and shakers.
Bettsville, Ohio: Little Town, Big History
Join us for a walk through the downtown district, visit the house once occupied by a kindly physician who, as a young medical student, was convicted of grave robbing. Stroll through the village's first cemetery and cap off the evening inside the historic mausoleum.
Little Hedges Park, Court Street, & Julia Rumsey
The site of the first city cemetery in 1834, Little Hedges Park housed the graves of scores of Tiffinites who fell victim to the 1834 cholera epidemic. Court Street was one of the most eclectic streets in Tiffin. Situated opposite Courthouse square, the area was abuzz with the famous and infamous in Tiffin's rich history. Tiffin's first female physician, Julia Rumsey was a doctor when very few women were admitted to the profession. She had a thriving career here, until a shipwreck in 1865 claimed her life.
Fort Ball, Ketchup Bottle Murder, & Brothels
Enter the confines of Camp Ball, the fort built as a supply depot during the War of 1812. Surveyed by Gen. William Henry Harrison, the location was chosen for its close proximity to the Sandusky River and the natural spring that offered a constant supply of fresh water. Visit the site of the former home of Tiffin Millionaire Col. Albert Brewer. In May 1902 the industrialist's life changed forever when he killed a man in a bar fight. The Hotel Monroe was situated across from the railroad depot, it soon gained a reputation as a popular house of ill-fame in Tiffin's red light district. Mattie Ross Nisonger was the most famous madam in Tiffin's history. Her Hotel Berlin was considered a classy "palace of pleasure."
Haunted 1913 Flood Walk
Relive the most harrowing events of the Great Flood of 1913, which still stands as Tiffin's —and Ohio's — greatest natural disaster. Based on Swickard's award-winning book, Calamity and Courage: Tiffin's Battle During Ohio's Deadly 1913 Flood, this ghost walk is sure to be a thrilling tale of those who perished and survived. Across the paranormal realm, this area has proven to be dotted with visits from those who succumbed to those raging waters more than a century ago.
1913 Flood: Klingshirn Property Investigation
The 1913 Flood was tragic for many businesses and individuals in Tiffin, but no familes were more devastated than the ill-fated Klingshirn and Knecht clans. This fascinating investigation takes visitors to the actual site where the houses stood, and Swickard recalls the last moments of those poor souls.
“Pair of Shoes & a Beer” Tour
Visit the Tiffin Shoe Factory, also known as the Van Nette Flats, located at the corner of Liberty Street and Riverside Drive. Built in 1871, the factory was known for the manufacture of women’s high-button shoes. Eventually, it became the Van Nette Apartments and was home to inventor Jasper Van Nette. After, visit the old railroad bridge, the only surviving bridge after the 1913 Flood. The Mueller Brewery, now Tiffin Scenic Studios, and the Kuebler Home round out this historic tour.
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On this page you will find haunted locations and legends of Seneca County. Many of these are genuine and documented haunts, but others may be legend or hearsay. Remember, we do not condone trespassing. Always seek permission before entering private property. If you know of a haunting or legend not listed for this county, please submit them through our Haunting Submission Form .
Girton Dairy Farm – The ghost of a car accident victim is said to open the door of his former bedroom at night. His bedroom is now used for storage and is always closed and locked at night, but when the sun rises, the door is found unlocked and slightly open. (Credits: Russell Aldrich)
Founders Hall – Mysterious shadows and various noises occur in the catacombs underneath Founders Hall. Radios turn on and off by themselves as well.
France Hall – A ghost named Ellen is said to roam the halls, locking students out of their rooms and making strange noises in the attic. Cold spots are felt in the basement and things move around by themselves in the kitchen. Smoke detectors go off for no apparent reason and a mysterious dark-haired woman has been seen.
Willard Hall – The basement is said to be haunted by an apparition that occasionally scares students.
Melmore Elementary – This school was supposedly haunted by at least four spirits including an old superintendent, a little girl, a custodian, and various teachers who died within the school over the years. The ghostly disturbances were greatest when a construction crew began preparing the school for demolition. Townspeople would see the school light up, despite the fact that the electricity had been disconnected and others would hear strange noises.
Screaming Mimi Bridge – Legend says the ghost of a woman named Mimi haunts the bridge. Mimi was angry because she was forced to kill her baby born out of wedlock. She threw the infant over the edge of the bridge and went insane. Another version of the story states Mimi was beheaded and thrown over the bridge by her husband on their wedding night so he could inherit her fortune. Either way, it is said Mimi appears screaming wildly if you park your car on the bridge and flash your headlights. Related: Contribution
Train Bridge – Directly below the bridge is a small town cemetery. There have been reports of seeing a light and a train coming from nowhere before disappearing.
Heidelberg College – A location with multiple hauntings. See Heidelberg College above for details.
Ritz Theater – The tunnels beneath the theater is said to be haunted by several ghosts who occasionally makes appearances.
Sunrise Retirement Home – This retirement home was built on the former site of the Schwan Hotel. The hotel had caught on fire years before and stood vacant until it was razed. The retirement home seemed to inherit the hotel’s ghosts, who are said to act up after hours.
Haunted Places in Tiffin, Ohio
Fostoria Area Historical Society and Museum
I am the founder of Fostoria Paranormal Investigations, we have investigated the location several times and taken Groups in to investigate as well, we have seen shadows inside, have heard a little girl laughing and talking, a light in the main exhibit room comes on by itself and the only ...
Dutch Mill Truck Stop - The Windmill
Formerly a restaurant and filling station, the building is supposedly haunted by a ghostly man carrying a leather briefcase. His association with the place is unknown. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
Wyandot County Historical Society
Upper sandusky, ohio.
This 1852 residence was owned by the Beery family for many years, until it was donated to the local historical society in 1962. Since then, visitors and staff have reported various strange occurrences, including ghostly voices, disembodied footsteps and strange whistling noises. The ghost of an elderly woman, suspected ...
Oak harbor, ohio.
This house was built by a man named Mr. Baker. Mr. Baker was a renowned womanizer. His wife could have not have children. Eventually, Mr. Baker's wife hanged herself in the garage. The Mulligans bought the house in the early '70s. While the Mulligans lived in the Stone House, they ...
Wood County Historical Center
Bowling green, ohio.
The Wood County Historical Center and Museum building used to house the Wood County Home/Infirmary, which opened in 1869 and operated until 1971. The museum opened in 1975. It is believed to be haunted by former patients of the infirmary. Reports have been made of an apparition of a lady ...
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green State University's ghosts include Alice, a deceased actress who haunts Brown and Saint Theaters and must have a formal invitation to every theater performance, and Amanda, who haunts the Chi Omega Sorority House. Amanda was killed accidentally in an initiation, and is a poltergeist. At one time, the ...
Sam B's Restaurant
The third floor of this restaurant was once a theatre and was the site of a murder years ago. The theatre is now closed to the public, but employees have reported many strange occurrences. They also believe the kitchen is haunted. At least two employees have died in the ...
Brownella Cottage and Galion Historical Museum
This beautiful cottage houses the town historical society, and is well known for the ghost that reputedly haunts the old building. Although the identity of the apparition is currently unclear, witnesses describe a man dressed in black with white hair who wanders the hallways scaring visitors to the museum. Other ...
Big Four Train Depot
This historic depot is heritage-listed, and also believed by many to be one of the towns most haunted buildings. The old train depot has played host to many tragedies and notable events in the town history, so it is easy to see where the basis of these rumours lie. The ...
Johnson's Island Confederate Cemetery
Lakeside marblehead, ohio.
Johnson's Island Confederate Cemetery is home to phantom battles, complete with gunshots, soldiers' screams and marching sounds. It is said that during the Memorial Day parades held on Johnson Island, the deceased soldiers march along with the living soldiers.
It is said that in Room 169 during the 1900s, a guest named Mary hanged herself in her room. This is rumored to have led to at least some of the many haunting episodes here. Guests and employees alike have witnessed unexplained noises, electrical issues, and faceless apparitions. Some reports ...
President Warren G. Harding's Home, open to the public as a museum, is known for its Death Clock and Finch of Doom. The Death Clock, a wedding gift to the Hardings, hangs on the wall above the staircase. On August 2, 1973, at 7:30 p.m., the clock inexplicably stopped. The ...
Marion Cemetery - The Revolving Ball
Marion Cemetery is a large one with an impressive World War II Memorial, and it's also famous for its Revolving Ball. It's a large stone sphere that's part of the Merchant Family's plot. In 1896, several small black granite spheres were arranged in a large circle, with a 5-foot-tall granite ...
Old Stone House Bed and Breakfast
At this circa 1800s bed-and-breakfast inn, strange things are afoot. A TV on the third floor turns itself down when the volume is turned up, and toilets flush by themselves. In Room 11, also on the third floor, a little girl fell to her death out the window, and her ...
Columbian House Hotel
Back in 1828, when this historic hotel was constructed, it was merely a trading post and tavern with limited overnight accommodation. At various times throughout the century, the building also served as a prison and a town ballroom. The strange history of the building began back in the 1840's, after ...
The Linck Inn
This historic building was built in 1836, and has served as both a general store and as a hotel, as it was a popular stopover point for stagecoach and canal travellers. The hotel is no longer in operation, but is believed to still have three ghostly tenants who stayed on. ...
Dix - Fayerweather House
The Dix/Fayerweather House is said to be haunted by Aunt Phoebe, builder William Dix's sister. But be warened, Aunt Phoebe doesn't stand for disrespectful behavior. People who scoff at her may get a coffee shower or a door slammed nearby. A coat and chandelier crystals have gone missing, and an ...
This historic house, built in 1836 and now a museum complex, is home to some playful spirits who move objects and open doors. Witnesses also have heard unexplained footsteps and whispers.
Fallen Timbers Battlefield
The 1794 Battle of Fallen Timbers was the last battle of the Northwest Indian War. On the anniversary of the battle, August 20, ghostly soldiers are said to re-enact the battle.
This historic landmark building is notorious for the rumour of a presidential visit many years ago, and for the fact that the building and its grounds are steeped in history and mystery. The building now houses several brew pubs and a whole host of ghost stories. The building was supposedly ...
Commodore Perry Building
This historic apartment block has a labyrinth of old studios and a disused restaurant on the upper floors of the building. It is rumoured that a piano in the bar area of the old restaurant plays of its own accord, and that the apparition of a little girl in a ...
Guests have reported apparitions in period clothing and ghostly ballroom music when there is no one around. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
Ohio State Reformatory
The prison, defunct since 1990, was the setting for the movie The Shawshank Redemption. It has been used as a setting or featured on many other movies, music videos and TV programs, including Ghost Adventures. Witnesses have experienced shadow figures, slamming cell doors and yelling voices, and female witnesses claim ...
Mansfield Women's Club
Remaining as one of Mansfield, Ohio's largest and oldest homes, the estate of Mr & Mrs. Henry C. Hedges, is known for its near original 1800's interior and stunning Victorian charm. The home now is the official Club House to the Mansfield Federation of Women's Clubs, was left by widow ...
The Bissman Building, once a grocery warehouse built in 1886, is said to be very haunted; ghost hunts and tours are offered here. Many apparitions are seen here, including a man in a long coat and top hat and a young girl; footsteps have been heard on empty floors above, ...
Collingwood Arts Centre
This gothic mansion has formerly a convent, and is now dormitories for art students and resident artists. The basement of the building houses a terrifying entity draped in black robes who walks through the building every day before vanishing in the same part of the building. She has been known ...
West Toledo Branch Library
West Toledo Branch Library began in 1930 and is believed to be haunted by a man from around 1940. His apparition has been seen, and strange noises and bumping sounds have come from the area near the west wall fireplace.
Mount Olive Cemetery
Mount Olive Cemetery, or Lucas Cemetery, has a ghost named Mary Jane. One legend has it that she was burned at the stake in the 1800s after being accused of witchcraft. Another says she was a Native-American medicine woman, and some folks thought her profession was a mite too close ...
Pleasant Valley Cemetery
Pleasant Valley Cemetery is haunted by the Rose Family buried here. Legend has it that Ceely Rose murdered her mother, father and brother in 1896 over her love for Guy Berry. Guy lied and told Ceely they couldn't marry because her family didn't approve of him rather than tell her ...
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Louis Bromfield built Malabar Farm in 1939, and the historic homesite is open for tours and wagon rides. It is said to be haunted by Ceely Rose. According to her story, she was in love with a boy who didn't feel the same. In order to spare ...
River Raisin National Battlefield Park
River Raisin Battlefield Battlefield Park is home to apparitions of soldiers, ghost orbs that show up in photos, and more paranormal activity such as voices that have been captured by ghost investigators.
Fulton County Historical Museum
This historical society and museum was formerly a schoolhouse and a hospital, and staff believe the thirteenth oldest historic museum in the state is haunted. Built in the mid-nineteenth century, staff say the county museum has its fair share of history; and ghost stories. The first apparition seen is a ...
Dixie Lee Restaurant
Hector is the name the staff members have given to the ghost who haunts Dixie Lee Restaurant. His apparition has been spotted inside the restaurant, and he isn't rumored to be the quiet type--Hector has been known to make a lot of noise.
Doc Henderson's Restaurant - The Castle Bed and Breakfast
Although this reataurant is currently closed for repairs, it seems to be a favorite spot for the haunts. Folks here have seen a black shadowy figure and have witnessed an eerie, uneasy feeling in the building.
Miami Erie Antique-Collectible Mall
Formerly the Pennsylvania Railroad Hotel, this antiques mall is rumoured to be haunted by a phantom traveller who passed away in an upstairs room. Customers to the store have sworn they've heard footsteps coming from the second level, but upon investigation, there is no one around. There are also ...
Atlas Tube is a steel mill that is rumored to be haunted by a 1990 worker who died when he lost control of a batch of steel tubes and was crushed. Late-night employees have seen a ghostly man leaning on the racks in Warehouse 3. He disappears when anyone gets ...
Spitzer House Bed and Breakfast
At this 19th-century Victorian home-turned-inn, people have witnessed unexplained voices and music, and the piano in the parlor plays songs by itself. The ghost of a stern-looking man is said to appear in Ceilan's Room, and Anna's Room is haunted by a servant girl's spirit. The servant girl also has ...
Trestle Bridge has a legend with a ghost. So the story goes, a farmhouse once stood nearby, and it burned down late one night. The owner went to the barn to try to save the horses, and the wife and son went to the train tracks under Trestle Bridge to ...
Huron Charter Township, Michigan
At this restaurant, formerly an 1800s inn, a ghostly man has been seen by owners and staff. He turns lights on and off and moves objects.
Bay village, ohio.
This quaint community theatre has been in operation for over half a century, but already seems to being developing a series of ghost stories associated with the theatre itself and the plot of land it was built upon. The first apparition is an man in an old-fashioned suit who appears ...
North olmsted, ohio.
According to reports, when the area was being cleared for building this hotel, the body of a woman was found. She had committed suicide by shooting herself in the head. Her ghost is said to remain at the hotel and may manifest as a shadowy form. She also turns the ...
Historic Stoner House
Mystic Nirvana / The Historic Stoner House - it was built in 1852 by George Stoner as an inn and tavern. It also was a station on the Underground Railroad. There was a 'hidden' room in the basement where the runaways would hide out till they could make their ...
Siena Heights University
Siena Heights University is rumored to have a haunted room in one of its dorms. At least, Room 211 is said to have been haunted in the 1970s. A witness reported that doors opened and closed, and glowing eyes came out of nowhere in the middle of a wall. A ...
Baldwin-Wallace College's Kohler Hall, built in the 1870s as a Methodist Children's Home, is said to be home to a spirit that manifests as a blue haze. Something reportedly presses down on students in bed and throws off their blankets. And Lang Hall is allegedly haunted by namesake Emma Lang, ...
The Worthington Inn
Spooky happenings reported here include apparitions, unexplained handprints on mirrors, and the smell of phantom cigar smoke.
Riverside Osteopathic Hospital
The abandoned Riverside Osteopathic Hospital grounds are private property and trespassers will be punished. It was built in the 1800s as the Church Family's home, until Henry Ford bought it and made it into a hospital in 1944. The legends here revolve around the Churches. One young daughter fell off ...
This historic playhouse is situated on an old farming property, as the theatre itself is a barn conversion. The former owner of the property, known to staff as 'Walter', has been seen and heard throughout the theatre. He often is heard sobbing in the theatre, and has been known to ...
Bone Heads Bar B Que
Augusta charter township, michigan.
The 1860s building that houses the barbecue eatery has once been a post office, a general store, a butcher shop and an ice house, but it's unknown who the woman is that haunts it. She wears a white dress and appears on the staircase. Sometimes lights come on and strange ...
According to locals, a young woman named Andrea hanged herself from a tree near Sadler's Pond after finding out her boyfriend had been unfaithful. Her ghost is said to appear at night with a rope around her neck, screaming her boyfriend's name.
Whittaker Residence - The White House
This historic residence was built on the outskirts of town, and is rumoured to have a few hauntings according to past residents. The ghostly activity is generally attributed to Ms Whittaker, the wife of a former owner, who is buried down the road in a local cemetery. Phenomena here ...
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The Haunted Hydro is a Haunted Attraction located in Fremont, OH.
Rated 8.75 /10 by Team Cleaverland
1333 Tiffin Street, Fremont, OH 43420
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# of Attractions: 3
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2023 Schedule September 23, 29, & 30 October 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, & 31 Opens at 8 PM in September Opens at 7 PM in October General Admission $25 – $40 Fast Pass $60 Front of the Line
We do FRIGHT right! Offering multiple attractions at one scary location!
Fog Harbor – The Void – Wasteland
Paid Parking, Restrooms/Porta Potties On-Site, Food/Concessions, Gift Shop/Souvenirs, Special Events, You may be touched, You will NOT be touched, Original Characters, Uncovered Outdoor Waiting Line, Indoor/Outdoor Attraction
Guest Reviews Guest Average: 10 out of 10
John Smith – 10 / 10 – October 13, 2017 On Friday the 13th a couple had their wedding/reception at The Haunted Hydro, and we’re the first …show more groups to go through the haunt in the blackout night that they had since it was Friday the 13th. You walk through the gate and your greeted immediately by characters to give you a little something… then ask yourself Hydro, or Woods? Both is the best answer! While waiting in line there are characters going all throughout the courtyard and que line. Before the Woods at the door you’ll have someone greet you and you’ll only want to go in more. Story goes there was an infection breakout in the woods and now it’s inhabited by grotesque hillbillys, awefull creatures, and clowns (duh). Then There’s the Hydro. You’re greeted at the front door by Crazy Bob himself the man who has owned The Haunted Hyodro for almost 30 years! And has greeted every visitor to ever go through. After 30 years The Hydro is one of the oldest Hanuts in Ohio. We’re tou can see all it’s history in their mobile museum! In the Hydro they’ve barricaded themseves inside to keep out the infected ones from the woods. There’s crazies, Doctors, and others of all types there to make sure you’re safe enough to live. In the courtyard you have a pick from three escape rooms and their souvenir and gift shop! The Haunted Hydro is really one of a kind with its ever changing layout and theming that’s never the same year after year. They’re the only haunt I know of that has an interactive story for guests to follow that’s different every season, along with the theming and look to go with it. It’s visit you have to make every year of you can to see how it changes it’s never the same and is a must stop for true haunt finatics!
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23 haunted houses in Northeast Ohio for frightful Halloween weekends
- Published: Sep. 28, 2022, 11:19 a.m.
The Warden's Widow waits to welcome visitors who dare. (Courtesy of Blood Prison)
- Paris Wolfe, cleveland.com
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Finding fear is a serious mission in the lead-up to Halloween; Northeast Ohio haunts are happy to accommodate. While most are created to scare, at least one is haunted. For real. Paranormal activity has been documented at The Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield. If you believe in that sort of thing.
Blood Prison is staged in a real prison built in 1886. The foreboding Romanesque building closed in 1990. During its years of operation, violent men lived and died there. Rumor has it some may remain.
And if they’re not active during your visit, actors will make you think they are. If they’re really actors.
The Warden’s Widow character has become a minor cult figure in horror circles. Her ability to scare has drawn 860,000 followers on TikTok.
“I play The Warden’s Widow,” says the actress. “I am a queue line actor outside, as well as a roamer inside the haunt. I started playing this character inside the haunt in East Cell Block in the cemetery scene, and then they pulled me outside to start acting. The Widow is a silent character, so she will stare into your soul and then give you a blood-curdling scream.”
So what, you say? At an intimidating 6-foot, 7-inches tall -- taller with her headpiece -- her ice with blue eyes and scream will separate your soul from your body.
While the Warden’s Widow doesn’t believe in ghosts, in real life, she has seen other actors emerge from a shift with unexplainable physical scratches, perhaps the work of ghosts.
Do you still dare to enter?
Here’s a list of 23 haunted attractions -- some extreme, some family-friendly -- to get you in the Halloween mood. Some offer onsite concessions and a handful offer onsite bars. Most offer group discounts and fast pass options.
The slaughterhouse at Cedar Point was imagined to scare visitors on HalloWeekends. (Courtesy of Cedar Point)
HalloWeekends at Cedar Point
Cedar Point is celebrating 25 years of HalloWeekends on Thursday evenings, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays, through Oct. 30. In addition to the park’s rides and spooktacular live shows, the park has indoor haunted mazes and a new Bloodbath attraction. Admission is $50+.
1 Cedar Point Dr., Sandusky
Weekends, through Oct. 30
Bloodview Haunted House
Monsters haunt, chase and entertain you everywhere in Bloodview Haunted House. The terrifying attraction is run by the Broadview Heights Lions Club, which donates proceeds to local charities. Get FREE fast pass upgrades when you bring your wristband or ticket stub from ANY other haunted house you visit this year. Tickets are $20.
1010 Towpath Road, Broadview Heights
Through Oct. 30: 8 p.m.-midnight Fridays and Saturdays; 8-10 p.m. Sundays.
Forest Of Screams
Three attractions in one, this haunting includes a one-mile haunted hayride through the deep and dark woods of 58 acres, a quarter-mile haunted walking trail through elaborate sets and displays and the Mortuary Haunted House, a former funeral home. Tickets $32-$45, with group discounts available.
1662 Medina Road, Medina
Through Nov. 5: 7 p.m.-10 p.m. Sundays, 7 p.m.-midnight Fridays and Saturdays.
7 Floor of Hell
Because of the labor shortage and increasing production costs, 7 Floors of Hell will have just 5 haunted houses in 2022, all at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds. At least 50 percent of the show changes every year for a fresh experience. Allow enough time for the monster midway with food, games and merchandise. Tickets are $32-$45.
19191 Bagley Road, Middleburg Heights
Through Oct. 29: 7 p.m.-midnight, Fridays and Saturdays
Chippewa Lake Slaughterhouse
Visitors are immersed in a story that the Karver Family opened “Karver Meats” in 1948 and quickly became the main meat supplier for Medina and Cuyahoga County. The factory closed 40 years later after employees went mysteriously missing. Now there are rumors of strange creatures spotted on the property. Visit 70,000 square feet of horror to find out what happened. Timed tickets are limited to ensure a better and more private experience. Admission is $30 and tickets must be reserved online.
5665 Chippewa Road, Chippewa Lake
Through Nov. 5: 7:30 p.m.-midnight, Fridays and Saturdays.
Akron Haunted School House is nearly a half-century old. (Courtesy of Haunted School House)
Haunted Schoolhouse & Laboratory
2022 marks 49 years for the Schoolhouse and 42 years for the Laboratory. This year’s visitors will find new scenes, more scares, and incredible detail. Ticket sales will be limited each night to prevent long wait times. Online ticketing is available.
Tickets: $25-$35, season pass $150.
1300 Triplett Blvd., Akron
Through Nov. 5: 7 p.m.-midnight Fridays and Saturdays, 7-10 p.m. select Sundays and Oct. 31.
Factory of Terror
The Factory of Terror has been recognized by Guinness World Records as one of the largest indoor haunted houses in the world. This haunt is a mile-plus walk through five unique attractions; 1300 Lost Souls, Industrial Nightmare, Lafayette 13, Massacre on Mahoning, and new for 2022, The Abyss. Visitors are entertained even while waiting in line. Discounts are available to first responders, motorcycle riders and those with birthdays when visiting. Tickets $25-$35. Season pass $150.
4125 Mahoning Road NE, Canton
Through Nov. 5: 7 p.m.-midnight Fridays and Saturdays, 6-9 p.m. select Sundays.
Meet the residents of Ghostly Manor. (Courtesy of Lake Eerie FearFest and Ghostly Manor)
Lake Eerie FearFest and Ghostly Manor
FearFest takes place at Sandusky’s Ghostly Manor Thrill Center, while FearFest is in addition to the Ghostly Manor’s regular, indoor haunted house, which is open year-round. Ghostly Manor has more than 7 horrifyingly “fun” rooms that play on your darkest fears. Tickets $25-$35.
3319 Milan Road, Sandusky
Through Oct. 29: 8-11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays in October.
Regal Vineyards Haunted Winery and Corn Maze
Regal Vineyards, a historic winery, takes guests through a haunted winery and corn maze. (No wine is for sale onsite). Concessions, including s’mores for the fire, are available. Tickets $27.
2678 County Line Road, Geneva
Through Oct. 31: Corn Maze only 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturdays and noon-6 p.m. Sundays. Haunted Winery & Corn Maze: 7-10 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays
If clowns scare you, make your way to the Clown Containment Room. This frightful experience offers a “touch option” allowing the monsters to break the barrier and interact. Tickets $25-$35.
1333 Tiffin St., Fremont
Through Oct. 30: 7-11:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays; 7-10:30 p.m. select Sundays
@wardenswidow And now back to your regularly scheduled Widow content 😌 ♬ original sound - 6’7” Haunt Chick
Ghost sightings happen year-round at the Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield. How will you tell the difference between the real thing and actors at Blood Prison? Don’t even try. New this year are timed tickets to minimize the long lines. Tickets $35-75, speed passes available.
100 Reformatory Road, Mansfield
Through Oct. 30: 7-midnight Fridays and Saturdays, 7-10 p.m. Sundays
Hudson Haunted House
Run by the HudsonJaycees, the Hudson Haunted House also offers a matinee performance and “Monster Magic” shows on Sundays for those who want a less scary experience. Tickets $8 for kids, $15 for adults. Discounts available for military.
2250 Barlow Road, Hudson
Through Oct. 30: 7:30-11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays; 1-4 p.m. and 5:30-8:30 p.m. select Sundays
If clowns terrify you, don't miss Spooky Ranch. (Courtesy of Spooky Ranch)
You’ve been warned. This five-part attraction has an “Extreme Nightmares Haunted House” that is a theatrical production featuring extreme gore, blood, guts, frightening scares and in-your-face acting. It’s not suitable for children or those with heart conditions. Tickets $25-45.
19066 E. River Road, Columbia Station
Through Oct. 31: 7-11:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays; 7-9:30 p.m. Thursdays, Sundays and Halloween day
Ghoul Brothers House of Horrors
Ghoul Brothers House of Horrors in the Portage Lakes Acme Plaza, tucked behind a McDonald’s and Subway restaurant. From the inside of this unassuming location, thrills are designed to be frightful. Tickets $22.
3235 Manchester Road, Unit X, Akron
Through Nov. 5 Fridays and Saturdays. 7:30 p.m -midnight, some Sundays 7 to 10 p.m..
(Photo courtesy of Carnival of Horrors)
Carnival Of Horrors
For the second year, Carnival of Horrors will take over Stark County Fairgrounds in October. Four haunted houses will welcome guests this year: Fun House, Insane Asylum, Freakshow in 3-D Terrorvision and Trail of Terror. Tickets $25-$30.
305 Wertz Ave. NW, Canton
Through Oct. 30: 7:30-11:30 p.m. Fridays, 7:30 p.m.-midnight Saturdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Sundays
Nightmare @ Pioneer
Pioneer Waterland transitions to Nightmare @ Pioneer through the month of October. The park also includes movies, glow-in-the-dark mini golf, go-karts and more. Tickets $25.
10661 Kile Road, Chardon
Through Oct. 29: 7:30 p.m.-midnight, Fridays and Saturdays
Expect a more kid-friendly experience at Tadmore.
Tadmor Shrine Haunted House
The Tadmor Shrine Haunted House is kid friendly. Expect less intense thrills for little ones to experience and a wheelchair-accessible hayride format. Entertainment includes bands and food trucks. Tickets $5/hayride.
3000 Krebs Dr., Akron
Through Oct. 29: Fridays, 6-10 p.m. Fridays, 5-10 p.m. Saturdays
Maniacs In The Woods
Visitors can walk through the Maniacs In The Woods trail attraction on Fridays and Saturdays this October. Be sure to dress for the weather; the haunted attraction takes place rain or shine. Tickets $6-$10.
2619 Hoagland Blackstub Road, Warren
Through Oct. 29: dusk to 11 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays
Drive through a haunted trail at Lake Metroparks Farmpark. (Courtesy of Farmpark)
Lake Metroparks Farmpark
Travel the Farmpark’s roadways after dark in the comfort and safety of your own vehicle and experience many playfully frightful sites throughout the park. $27.50 per carload, advance purchase of timed tickets required. No limos, buses or oversized vehicles.
8800 Euclid-Chardon Road, Kirtland
Through Oct. 31: 6:30-8:30 p.m., Thursdays-Sundays
Fear Forest Haunted House & Hayride
A hayride through 68 acres drops visitors at four attractions including the InsaneAtarium and the Haunted House. This year there’s a new Forbidden Cornfield attraction ... a 10-minute walk through corn stalks where you will be the evilest of evil. This attraction has no dead ends, one way in and one way out! If they will let you OU
6878 Tod Ave. SW, Lordstown
Through Oct. 30: 7-11:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 7-9:30 p.m. Sundays
Mohican Haunted Schoolhouse
Built in 1924, the haunted schoolhouse offers lessons in fear. Visitors tour the entire structure and should expect 30 minutes of walking. Tickets $24+.
155 W. 3rd St., Perrysville
Through Nov. 5: 7-11 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays,
Fortress of Fear Screampark
Fortress of Fear is a “Screampark” that includes several attractions and activities. This year’s new attraction is “Zombie Abomination,” an immersive combat experience. Don’t miss the glo-karts and tilt-a-hurl. Tickets $20-$30.
12175 State Street, Alliance
Through Oct. 30: 7-11 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays
Walk through 25 minutes of frights at Purgatory in Findlay. The haunted trail is open on Fridays and Saturdays through October. Tickets $15, cash only.
Through Oct. 30: Fridays 8-11 p.m., Saturdays 8 p.m.-midnight
12630 County Road 216, Findlay
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