Terror on the Lake
Just as in the past, the new owner's wife also fell to her death on the same staircase. This has left Dr. Bloodmore seeking a way to bring her back. To ease his pain, he invites everyone to join him at his Manor House. Could he be looking for a new wife? Or just trying to find his.
Find out this Halloween season!
Located at the Town Center at Cagan Crossings on Hwy 27 Just North of 192, (Exact location is on the green in front of the Library). Email Haunt Owner
Hours of Operation: See website.
Admission Costs: $13 per person for BloodMoor Manor
$7 for the Buried Alive Coffin Ride Experience
$40 for 4 pack of BloodMoor Manor Tickets
$56 for 4 pack of Combo BloodMoor Manor & Buried Alive Coffin Ride Combo Tickets
- event open dates
Recent ReviewsReview This Haunt
Great Value / Great Cast
My fiancé and I attended this haunted house with 2 of our friends. The lighting... Perfect. The effects... Wonderful... The cast... Awesome. I has more fun in this haunted house than I did at HHN. My friends and I will definitely be back this year before they close.Posted 10/24/14
Terror on the Lake / another great haunt
This was the forth year that I attended this Haunt. Every year it's a new story line and it gets better every year. As with last year, I will return with another group of friends later in the month . Bravo folks, keep up the good work !Posted 10/23/14
This is a great place for little kids but the whole thing was cheesy!!! The "food" available there was popcorn or cotton candy. The zombie hunt is four plastic zombies with some sensor on their chest for kids to shoot at. The "rides" available is one ride where you climb into a coffin, the close the lid, and the thing shakes a little and makes noise.... It was so cheesy that my 10 year old, who is a huge scardy cat, walked out of the haunted house and said "lame". She summed it up perfectly.Posted 10/19/14
Great retro haunt!!
Small ....but cost= value/ far above the BIG haunts. You don't spend all night in que for a 15 minute walk through like at HHN & BG. Lots of family friendly things to do at fear grounds. More Retro/ carnival style games with cheesy prizes; just what you would expect from hometown fun.Posted 10/18/13