Legend has it that Verdun Manor is haunted. And you know what they say….. a house cannot be haunted unless it has a history. And this haunted house definitely has a history! In 1901, Baron Michael Verdun, a psychopathic werewolf, built a grotesque house on Voodoo Bayou. Deep within the recesses of his manor, he conducted cruel experiments on travelers, turning them into human-animal hybrids. It is said Baron Verdun and his creatures still haunt the rotted mansion and overgrown cemetery. Are you brave enough to enter Verdun Manor?
Lady Cassandra has been hounding the clowns to pick up their mess at the Labyrinth and tidy up the place. They finally did. Learn what twisted and ghastly things the clowns have to show you.
Eager to assist Baron Verdun with his unspeakable experiments on innocent travelers passing by the old plantation, the eminent Sam Hain, a one time psychologist said to have gone mad once bitten by Lady Cassandra, has brought his own psychic madness to life.
What an awesome time. We had such fun going through the manor (freaking scary) and the Theater with the Granny. Love the animations. I laugh and scream when I get scared and my stomach hurt so much when we were done.
I live for October - gotta get that right out there. So I'm always on the lookout for great haunted attractions. This is a must-see for me every year! There's so much to see - not just one haunted house.
Verdun Manor is Lance Pope's labor of love, and it shows. Fantastic theming, amazing set decorations, the best actors in the park, and great use of technology makes this life-size gothic mansion worth the price of admission alone.