Halloween Haunt returns to terrorize Canada's Wonderland


Canada’s premiere haunted event returns September 30 to Canada’s Wonderland for 15 nights of gruesome, gory and just plain terrifying fun. This year with an all new maze to scare you into back in time to the streets of London circa 1888. You may think you’ve seen Wonderland before, but the park atmosphere takes a 180 thanks to the Halloween Haunt events team. Year round planning and coordination of all departments of the park ensure this event scares even the most jaded horror fan.
Take a look at the details of this years event:

The brand new star attraction for 2011. The story goes that it’s 1888 and the Jack the Ripper murders have terrorized the city of London.  The discovery of the “conical five” bloody victims has paralyzed the residents of Whitechapel District with fear.  With no hope of catching this culprit, every person you pass on the street is a potential attacker or victim.


The fields of the VanTassel farmstead are overgrown with two centuries of colonial debris and rotting corn. Monster scarecrows now consider this their home, attacking anyone who dares enter their fields with their razor-sharp beaks and terrifying shrieks of madness.

Castle Carnage has long been feared for its twisted reputation for using medieval torture methods on prisoners. The victims have now overthrown the cruel nobility and inflict their own bloody torture in a scene of deadly mayhem that makes Castle Carnage look like a holiday retreat. Let the brave of heart and noble of spirit beware: Chivalry is dead.

A fatal mine collapse left dozens of hardworking miners trapped and left for dead. Now out to avenge their early deaths, the murdered miners stalk anyone brave enough to go digging for trouble in their haunted lair.
Residents along the Louisiana bayou have long been warned not to venture too far from the water’s edge; beyond the opulent river mansions is a mysterious, twisted world where curses are whispered in the dark and no one ever makes it back to shore. Those who go too far are soon driven mad with fear and bloodlust so be cautious – there’s no telling what you could wake in the Bayou.
At the hottest new nightclub in town, they line up to get in, but no one makes it out alive. Because inside this devilish dance hall, vampires staff the bar and the DJ booth in an effort to lure the most edible into their isolated lair. The most delicious dancers are invited to the VIP lounge, where away from the throbbing heartbeat of the music, the vampires slowly suck the life from their victims.
When the Brothers Grimm set out to tell stories from the countryside, they never imagined the dark horrors and unhappy endings they would encounter. Tales of massacre, evil creatures and ferocious beasts are not the fairy tales we grew up with. Mother Noose recreates these haunted stories for anyone brave enough to see just how dark the dark ages really were.
The 1937 big top fire doomed the circus performers to a slow and agonizing death. Now every night, the clowns and circus freaks continue their demented performance, looking for fresh blood to avenge their suffering.
The legendary pirate Red Beard is said to have led his crew into a massacre; his ship was never found. A single surviving manuscript tells how his mistress cast a spell stopping the crew from fully crossing into death. Now the ship is in dock and Red Beard and his undead crew await new victims to help them satisfy their bloodlust.
In 1923, Miles Gravestone was admitted to the asylum after surviving Slaughter Mill. Driven mad by his memories of the carnage and outraged that no one believed his story, Miles led the inmates of the asylum in a violent revolt. Taking his fury out on the doctors and nurses, he leaves them just as deranged and bloodthirsty as the patients.

Shows

Beyond the Grave

Take a trip to the other side as Mysterion the Mind Reader delves into the world of the supernatural while our cast of zombies rise from the dead to bring you the heart of pounding anthems of Guns & Roses, Ozzy Osbourne, and Muse.

The Hanging

Join the citizens of Halloween Haunt at The Hanging of Molly McIvor for crimes of witchcraft and devil worship.

Skeletal Crew

Acrobats and fire breathers dazzle the senses in this high action cirque style spectacle.

Details on hours and pricing can be found at the Halloween Haunt website.

2 Responses

  1. I am not easily scared but will be fun hopefully I hate clowns. People who scare me makes especially you scare me I scream and my first instinct I kick hard and in the croch area

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