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Villisca, Iowa

Eight people, including six children, were killed in the Villisca Axe Murder House. But are they really gone?

On June 10, 1912, the entire family of Josiah Moore and two overnight guests were bludgeoned to death with an axe in their home, now called a “Murder House.” Almost 97 years later, the crime remains unsolved.


Many believe that this home is now haunted by the ghosts of its former residents. Paranormal investigators have gathered audio, video, and photographic proof of paranormal activity at the house. There’s lots of evidence on YouTube from these investigators, and the house has been featured on the show Ghost Adventures, where the host Zak Bagans said, “The most intense case of good and evil I have ever come across!” Tours have been cut short by children’s voices, falling lamps, moving ladders, and flying objects. Psychics have confirmed the presence of spirits living in the home, and many have communicated with them.

Interested to see if you can communicate with the dead? The Villisca Axe Murder Iowa Haunted House offers two types of tours: daylight and overnight. During the daylight tour, you’ll take in the history of the house and learn about the crime. But where’s the fun in that?

Real horror buffs can check out the Murder House after dark on one of their overnight tours. The owners of the home will simply give you the key and let you sleep in the house until morning. You can do your own paranormal investigation and determine whether the house is really haunted after all!




Waterloo, Iowa

Looking for the best night of scares near Cedar Rapids, Iowa haunted house? You’ve come to the right place!

The Heart of Darkness Haunted Complex provides over 23,000 square feet of scares. It has 10 fear filled attractions, so you’ll definitely never be bored. You’ll enter the Terror Grounds, then proceed through DarkHold Castle, The Haunted Bus, and The Dead Camp Grounds. Next is the Zombie Survival House! You’ll also experience the Coffin Catacombs, the DeadWalker Crypts, Crow’s Call Barn, and Grizzly’s Chainsaw Massacre. Watch out for the Claustrophobia Blackout Maze!

One of the last places you’ll check out on your trip is Killer Circus in 3-D. You’ll put on special 3-D chroma depth glasses, where you’ll find the best in your face 3-D effects that you’ll ever experience. You’ll see The Freak Show, Twisted Carnival Games, a Macabre Marionette, and Psycho Clowns. Be careful, because the clowns might want to play with you forever…




Des Moines, Iowa

You won’t be able to contain yourself as you walk through Sleepy Hollow Haunted Scream Park!

This Iowa haunted house near me contains eight haunted attractions that will be fun…and terrifying! Their newest haunted house is The Island of Dr. Demonik. You’ve finally found a way to the hidden island where Dr. Demonik has been carrying out bizarre experiments that have resulted in creatures with viscous natures. You can explore the island, but you’ll need to be quick. They can sense your presence, and they don’t like visitors!

Maybe not everyone has been laid to rest at Nightmare’s Funeral Home… You can check out Castle of Blood, where you’ll wander through the dark, damp catacombs of Merrick Castle, where there’s a horrific torture chamber and vampires and creatures of the night to welcome you!

Scared of clowns? Will you dare enter Freakshow, a carnival of lost souls? It’s filled with sideshow performers, clowns, and creatures society has turned its back on. This is one of Sleepy Hollow’s most awarded and popular attractions, so you won’t be able to look away! You can also visit Terror in the Trees, a mystical and magical journey. Watch out for the supernatural spiders!

But wait, there’s more! This IA haunted house features Toxicity, where you’ll have to navigate your way through mutant infested grounds. Their only weakness of these dark creatures is light, and you’ll be provided with an ultraviolet light emitter that will hold them at bay…at least temporarily… Next, you can go to Sleepy Hollow’s most intense attraction, simply called Chaos. It attacks your senses with blaring music, non-stop strobe lights, and maniacal creatures. Will you endure the execution room and the disorienting spinning tunnel to make it out alive?

Need a quick break from the horror? Their last attraction is Blazing Jack-O-Lanterns, which features a tour of hundreds of hand-carved pumpkins in nine different rooms! You’ll find horror movie characters, cartoons, pop culture icons, and even sculptures made from pumpkins!

No matter what you’re scared of, you’ll find it at Sleepy Hollow Haunted Scream Park!




Monticello, Iowa

Do you believe that ghosts are real? If not, Ghost Realm: Edinburgh Manor might just change your mind…

Edinburgh Manor has a storied history that has attracted the paranormal. First, the land where the home now stands served as a “poor farm.” Poor people lived here, as well as the incurably insane and disabled. Tenants were given food and shelter for their labor, and they would farm agriculture and livestock. It operated from 1850-1910, and during that time, there were over 150 documented deaths on the property. Could these marginalized people still be haunting the property today?

The poor farm was closed down and demolished, and Edinburgh Manor was constructed from 1910-1911. The structure was made to house the incurably insane, the poor, and the elderly, and was in operation since November 2010. Medical documents and personal belongings can still be found at The Manor after the last patients and employees left the building and never returned.

Now, you can take a paranormal tour of this haunted house in Iowa. You and your family or friends can form a group to do an overnight visit here where you can search for the paranormal and possibly have your own encounters with the ghostly occupants. With all of the evidence that other investigators have caught, how could you say no?

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