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Las Vegas, Nevada

Looking for the most haunted place in Las Vegas? This haunted paranormal museum will do the trick!

Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum contains over 30 themed rooms of haunted artifacts from all over the world. You’ll navigate through creepy winding hallways and secret passageways of a home that was already haunted before Zak stepped in. Now, it contains a wide variety of spooky objects that could cause you to leave screaming...or even endanger your life!


Zak Bagans is the host of the popular ghost hunting television show Ghost Adventures. It’s been on the air since 2008 and has 22 seasons. After so many paranormal experiences, Zak wanted a way to bring them to the public so they can believe in ghosts as well. Therefore, The Haunted Museum was born.

This Nevada haunted house contains many objects that you might have heard of before. You can see Dr. Jack Kevorkian’s “Death Van,” where many of his 130+ patients died from assisted suicide. There are some of Charles Manson’s bone fragments there, as well as Ed Gein’s cauldron.

One of the most dangerous items in this haunted house near me is Peggy the Doll. Paranormal researchers have documented over 80 cases of people having chest pains, nausea, and debilitating headaches just from looking at photos or videos of Peggy. You might also meet your demise from The Dybbuk Box, considered by many as the world’s most haunted object.

This isn’t your average haunted house in NV! You’re not being chased around by actors. Instead, you might have a genuine paranormal experience. Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum is the go to destination for paranormal thrill seekers and ghost hunters. You can even tour the museum by flashlight at night! Only 20 people are allowed to go at one time, so you’ll be almost alone with the spirits…

Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum was voted the “#1 Haunted Destination” by USA Today, Las Vegas’ “Best Attraction” by Las Vegas Weekly, and “Best Museum” by the LV Review-Journal.

Ever wanted to see a ghost? Step right up!




Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas is one of the most over the top cities in the world. It still might surprise you that you can go to a horror show that will immerse you in the program!

Freakling Bros. Horror Shows offers three distinct productions in this Las Vegas haunted house. The first is Coven of 13, which is themed around witches and warlocks. In the thick darkness of the witching hour, a pack of cloaked, ageless figures gathers and chants. They speak slowly, softly, and with insidious intention. Their physical bodies are diseased, decrepit, and rotten. However, when the Old Hag summons the dark spirit and the High Priest channels the ferocity of its essence, they are empowered, and they are fierce. There’s a twist: you have been invited to make their coven complete. They call to you and welcome you in to be vetted, initiated, and even reborn into their cult. Will you make the cut?

Castle Vampyre is one of their fan favorite Nevada haunted houses. It has a high terror level, but it’s still fun. It offers illusory terror, instead of traumatizing you for life. If you don’t want to run screaming out of the building, it’s a good fit! Deep within the walls of the fortress bears a heart of pure, unadulterated evil. Blood flows freely and is guzzled nightly within the castle walls. Is there any way out? You’ll have to visit to find out!

Want the scariest possible experience? Gates of Hell is Nevada’s only R-rated haunted house, and they call it “an experiment in serious, uncompromising, interactive horror.” You’ll die many times…and then it will get worse. You won’t be a spectator, but a participant. Do you have what it takes? The Freakling Bros. don’t think so…

Freakling Bros. Horror Shows has been rated the #1 Haunt in the Country by USA Today, one of the Top 10 in the nation by CNN, and the Best of Las Vegas by Las Vegas Weekly. Are you ready to step inside?




Las Vegas, Nevada

Want to see Las Vegas haunted houses all over the city? Take a seat and take a tour!

Vegas Specialty Tours offers a wide variety of tours through the city featuring different themes. Haunted Vegas Tour and Ghost Hunt is the spookiest option on their menu. You’re bound to see something paranormal that you won’t forget!

On your tour, you’ll hear real accounts of local paranormal activity while visiting locations of known ghost sightings and haunts. Your evening will begin in the Tuscany Casino, where your guide will supply you with ghost hunting equipment including EMF meters, temperature guns, and dowsing rods. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve ghost hunted before; your tour guides will show you how to use the equipment correctly and capture some paranormal evidence. Your tour guide will even conduct an EVP session. During this, you may hear the real voice of a ghost!

Once you board the shuttle, you’ll see a brief video about paranormal activity in and around Las Vegas. Then you’ll be transported to a mysterious part of a famous casino where a celebrity apparition is known to roam. Your trip will be filled with multiple stops, including two parks that are infamous for their ghostly sightings.

Your tour will visit legendary locations, including the haunting grounds of Bugsy Siegel, Liberace, and Redd Foxx. You’ll hear stories about Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, and Michael Jackson. Their spirits supposedly appear regularly. Do you think they can sign your autograph book?

If you want to experience Las Vegas haunted houses the right way, book the Haunted Vegas Tour and Ghost Hunt. You’ll get to learn all of the spooky, haunted, mysterious, and fascinating sights in the city. If you’re looking for a scare, you can’t go wrong!

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