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New Orleans, Louisiana

Scared of things that go bump in the night? New Orleans Nightmare Haunted House can offer you plenty of these creatures...and more!

This Louisiana haunted house has many attractions for you to check out during your visit. First, you’ll encounter The Boogeyman. As a kid, you probably were afraid something was under your bed or in your closet. As you got older, you probably grew out of it, your mind at ease. But what if The Boogeyman is real, and belief in him makes him stronger? The attraction tells the tale of the Jensen’s family massacre on Blackthorn Drive, and The Boogeyman might be to blame…


Next, you can visit The Spirit of Halloween. The story goes that as the leaves turn brown, the veil between the living and the dead is at its thinnest. There’s a witch in the woods who has cast a spell to summon the spirits of the underworld. They will cross over and assimilate into form using various objects around the town, including the Halloween decorations. The witch demands her army to seek revenge on the town that cast her out. Will you feel their wrath?

The last Louisiana haunted house here is Operation: Laughing Place. In the 1950s, a new chemical weapon was unleashed on certain cities. Lmf-a0 is a biological hallucinogen that causes victims to see extreme colors and clown-like apparitions. Can you keep your sanity when you’re exposed to the hallucinogenic gas?

This haunted house in New Orleans has some other extra things to do during your stay. You can try out their mini escape rooms, which are an immersive experience unlike any other. Phobia is a maze in complete darkness, and visitors will have to use their senses of sound, smell, and touch to make their way through the physical challenges. You can even get a beer at Bar 13 when you’re done!

New Orleans Nightmare Haunted House in Louisiana has been listed as one of the top 13 haunted houses in the country by the Discovery Channel. Do you dare to enter?




New Orleans, Louisiana

Every year, this Louisiana haunted house draws tens of thousands of thrill seekers who want to find terror in the city. Will you be next?

The Mortuary is New Orleans’ most popular self-guided dark attraction. It features state of the art animatronics, theatrical sets, movie quality makeup, over the top special effects, unusual themes, and tons of intricate details. You’ll find yourself running through, hoping no one is following you!

The coolest thing about this haunted house in LA is that it actually has spirits living in it! It’s been verified as a real haunted location by various paranormal investigators. TV shows like Ghost Lab, Ghost Hunters, and Ghost Adventures have visited the property and found paranormal evidence. You might find real ghosts here!

Ready for your fears to be unleashed?




New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans is ranked as one of the top haunted cities in the country. Why visit just one haunted location when you could go to many?

Bloody Mary’s Tours will let you experience the most haunted places in the city with their wide variety of guided tours. They’ll take you to many hidden gems, as well as well-known locations. You’ll see above-ground burials, fabulous and forlorn architecture, haunted houses, working voodoo altars, swamps, bayous, and tons of paranormal evidence!

Their French Quarter Supernatural Tour & Ghost Hunt has been ranked as the #1 Nighttime Haunted Experience in the USA. On this tour, you’ll get to walk both inside and outside of paranormal locations and actually talk to the ghosts! It lasts two and a half hours, so there’s plenty of time to be scared! They also offer a haunted pub crawl and dead & famous tours.

You can also visit their Haunted Museum! Visit the ghost photo gallery, the séance parlor, voodoo hall of altars, psychic center, and haunted doll nursery. You can shop for your own voodoo items at their pharmacy and meet with practitioners. Guests can get private psychic readings from professionals or join a group séance. There’s never a dull moment at this haunted house in LA!

When it gets dark, the haunted museum really comes to life. Bloody Mary’s Tours gives Midnight Ghost Hunts in the building that houses their Haunted Museum, a 200-year-old historic French Quarter Building. You’ll get to roam free with professional paranormal equipment to help you connect with those who have passed on. They claim that there are 13 resident ghosts on the property, which has been featured on Buzzfeed: Unsolved, Paranormal Lockdown, and Haunted History.

Want to see the best Louisiana haunted houses near me? Bloody Mary’s Tours is the best way to check out all of these locations.




Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Step inside Baton Rouge’s top haunted house and get ready for the ride of your life!

13th Gate is a 40,000 square foot haunted house that will take you through 13 nightmarish realms. Here, your worst fears will come true, and anything could happen… The haunted house in LA is known for its extreme ultra-realism and is one of the most detailed haunted attractions out there. It blurs the lines between horror and reality, so you’ll wonder if what you’re experiencing is real.

The haunted house in Baton Rouge features a life-like pirate ship, a stroll down the dangerous streets of Whitechapel, hidden subterranean passages filled with live snakes, and even an outdoor, zombie-infested graveyard, all seamlessly woven together. You’ll explore an old, abandoned asylum, get lost in dark underground tunnels, or find yourself standing on a rickety bridge overlooking hundreds of live snakes. The attraction changes from year to year, so you never know what to expect around the next terrifying corner.

Can you handle the extreme fear, or will you run away screaming?

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