Just How Scary Are The Monsters At Thrillvania Haunted House Park?

Just How Scary Are The Monsters At Thrillvania Haunted House Park?

The Dead Play Eerie Music

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We’ve all heard the horror stories about gruesome accidents occurring when visitors and monsters collide at haunted house amusement parks but, for the most part, they’re just urban legends. (Notice we said, “For the most part?”) At Thrillvania Haunted House Park we didn’t earn our Number One rating by hacking our visitors to pieces. We do, however, take great pride in our ability to scare you to death without ever touching a hair on your head!

Our monsters don’t just walk in off the street and start swinging machetes. Most of our actors have worked here for multiple seasons and new-hires are brought in before and professionally trained in the fine art of mangling-and-mayhem without bloodshed.

Our monsters will never reach out and grab you or try to knock you down. They will, however, do their very best to terrify you in your tracks, which means they will be reaching for you, they will be lunging at you and you’ll think that chainsaw is coming straight toward your throat.

Many of our sets have very little room to turn and run, and there’s certainly nowhere to hide. We’ve created these sets intentionally to increase the feelings of claustrophobia and fear. As your anxiety mounts you’re apt to brush against one of our props. In your haste to escape you may even stumble into one of our monsters. But rest assured – you will get out alive if we have anything to say about it.

(Don’t worry. We also have emergency exits in all of our attractions if you become too overcome with fear.)

Thrillvania Haunted House Park has been selected as one of the top haunted houses in the nation by Fangoria, Haunted Attraction Magazine, Reader’s Digest, MSN and AOL and our safety record is impeccable – both for our employees and our visitors. None of our monsters has ever gone on a killing spree and all of our dear guests have departed with hearts still beating. However, to further ensure you leave with all limbs attached, we ask that you read our Frequently Asked Questions page to see what we allow and what we don’t allow at the park.

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