Haunted houses are a fall favorite for scads of southerners out there. With the haunted history that pervades the southern part of the United States, you can’t really shake the fascination folks have with horror houses. We’ve found a couple that are SURE to send shivers up your spine. Take a look!
Death Row Sanitarium of Slaughter - Nashville
This terrifying stop runs from September 18th through Halloween, with dates spanning Friday to Sunday nights. With 20 years of horrifying experience, you're sure to leave with your money's worth of screams.
Frightmare Manor - Talbott
This Knoxville area haunted house has four frightening attractions and is available for scream seekers from September 25 to November 13.
Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods - Columbia
Um, zombie paintball anyone? Columbia offers a truly strange experience, with the option for horror walks in the woods or grabbing a gun to fight through a post-apocalyptic zombieland. Why not do both...?
The Haunted Forest - Elizabethton
Small town, big scares. The Haunted Forest has been voted one of the scariest haunts in the state!
Twisted Nightmares - Pelham
If you're scared of clowns you may want to skip the September 26th opening of this horror show...
Ruby Falls Haunted Cavern - Chattanooga
How about a haunted CAVE?! Make your way through the madhouse underneath the surface right outside Chattanooga, for an experience that will give you nightmares.
Dungeon of Darkness Haunted Castle - Marysville
Live actors, special effects and terrifying monsters make the Marysville Haunted Castle a must for October. Feeling the holiday mood a bit earlier? It opens September 26!
Dead Man's Farm Haunted House - Lenoir City
'Black Magic' is the theme this year, and Dead Man's Farm is open every Thursday through Sunday night in October. Plenty of creepy opportunity, folks.
Dead Land Haunted Woods - Lebanon
With three terrifying attractions, Dead Land Haunted Woods walks you through a maze of freaks and screams beginning September 18th.
Haunted Web of Horrors - Cordova
Voted as the #1 haunted attraction in Memphis for eight years running, you don't want to miss this. Nope. Open Thursday through Sunday in October, make sure to check the website for pricing and hours.
So…do you have a plan to be terrified this fall? Let us know in the comments below!