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Atlanta’s Scariest Haunted Attractions

Three Atlanta attractions offer the ultimate in Halloween fright.  A combination of dimly lit passage ways, scary live actors, and great special effects may give visitors the scariest experience of their lives.  These attractions are not suitable for young children, but teenagers and adults may have a ghoulishly good time. Here are the highlights of these scary Halloween haunts.

Netherworld is one of the best haunted house attractions in the Southeast.  The Travel Channel has called Netherworld the most horrifying haunted house in the nation.  A visit to Netherworld is not for the timid.  Expect incredible special effects, live actors, and terrifying monsters at every turn.  Netherworld has two separate attractions.  The theme of the main one is “The Dead Ones.”  Visitors will walk through an ancient burial ground and enter into the hidden temple of the Dead Ones.  To hear them brings madness, and to touch them means death.  Beware the strange howling of animals as noxious things are unleashed into the night.  The other attraction is “Boogeyman.”  There is no escaping the Boogeyman, who haunts our dreams and locks us into terrifying nightmares.  Admission for both attractions is $28 on Sunday-Thursday and $30 on Friday and Saturday.  Admission to “The Dead Ones” only is $22 on Sunday-Thursday and $25 on Friday and Saturday.  Netherworld is located at 6624 Dawson Boulevard in Norcross and is open through November 3.

Chambers of Horror Haunted House  
This extreme horror experience is an adults only attraction; no one under 18 is admitted.  “The Masquerade” has pulled out all the stops for a venture into the ruins of the infamous headquarters of TORTUREco.  Rumors of maniacal experiments and extreme torture swirl around the ruins of the former scientific lab.  Urban legend claims that crazed creatures may be lurking in the bowels of the building.  Chambers of Horror Haunted House is located at 695 North Avenue in midtown.  Admission is $17 by October 23 and $22 from October 24-31.  Visitors can have a drink, enjoy live music, and watch horror movies at the onsite 
Splatter Bar.

Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse 
Visitors are led through a deserted town filled with the undead and may choose from three haunted attractions.  Search through an abandoned motel to find out what makes the dead rise up in “Return of the Curse of the Undead.”  Admission is $20.  The “Super Secret” attraction also has a $20 admission.  Once inside, can you find your way back out?  Visitors to “Zombie Killer” can shoot attacking zombies with Airsoft guns as they roam through an abandoned building.  Admission is $30.  A $60 combination ticket admits visitors to all three zombie attractions.  Zombie Apocalypse is located at 4215 Thurman Road near Forest Park. 

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