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West Greenwich, Rhode Island

Ever been on a haunted hayride? Field of Screams is your next destination!

The main attraction at Field of Screams is the Dead River Haunted Hayride. You’ll tour the property, but nothing is ever as it seems… It’s not for the faint of heart!


You can also visit the Dungeon of Doom in this haunted house near me! It’s a very high-impact, in your face attraction that you’ll never forget. The attraction is loaded with animatronics, vibrating floors, and other things that go bump in the night. Plus, there are dozens of actors who are incredibly eager to scare everyone, even the bravest of souls. You’ll want it to end to catch your breath…but it just keeps on going!

You can also visit 4D Cirque du Souls, the only 4D haunted maze of its kind. This area is where funny, happy clowns get their revenge… You’ll wear 3D glasses to enhance this haunt, and you’ll quickly see everything come to life. It’s an over the top experience that will keep you on your toes through every twist and turn.

In the same location, you can check out the biggest adventure that’s ever come to the smallest state: Zombie Paintball. You’ll board a 30-foot, 5-ton military transport truck with individual, bolted-down paintball guns, and every rider gets their own. Your entire team will have to work together to shoot live zombies and other moving targets. Don’t let them overrun your truck! You’ll take orders from a drill sergeant who will instruct, insult, and encourage your team throughout the ride. Enjoy destroying some of these zombies with paint!

Looking for the largest haunted house in RI this Halloween? Step right up to experience the spine-chilling scares at Field of Screams!




Providence, Rhode Island

H.P. Lovecraft is one of Rhode Island’s best known writers, and he’s one of most-read fantasy and horror authors in the world. He was born in Providence, Rhode Island and lived almost his entire life here, so if you visit, you can see his world!

Lovecraft’s Providence stories, which were written between 1924 and 1935, are the basis for this walking tour of the city, held in October every year. Lovecraft wrote in great detail about landmarks like Prospect Terrace, the First Baptist Church, and Benefit Street houses, which are all stops on the tour. You can also see his former home, as well as the sights mentioned in The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, The Hunter in the Dark, The Shunned House, and The Call of Cthulhu.

If you can’t catch a tour, you can still visit some of these landmarks throughout the city. For example, the H.P. Lovecraft House is his last residence. He used this house as a model for the home of his character Robert Blake in his story The Haunter in the Dark. He also wrote his autobiography Some Notes on a Nonentity here. It’s located close to Prospect Park, a small square that Lovecraft visited frequently that overlooks the city.

No matter where you go in Providence, keep in mind the spirit of H.P. Lovecraft may be watching you around every corner…




Harrisville, Rhode Island

Want to see real ghosts this Halloween? You’ve come to the right place.

The Farm on Round Top Road is one of the most notable Rhode Island haunted houses. It’s also known as “The Conjuring House” because the events that inspired the movie took place here.

In January 1971, the Perron family moved into The Farm on Round Top Road. Carolyn, Roger, and their five daughters began to notice strange things happening almost immediately after they arrived. Carolyn would notice that the broom went missing or seemed to move from place to place on its own. She would find small piles of dirt in the center of the kitchen floor right after it had been cleaned.

The girls began to notice spirits around the house. Some of them were harmless…but others were angry. The family experienced smells like rotting flesh. Their beds would rise off the floor. The home’s heat would stop working unexpectedly.

Carolyn researched the history of the home and found that it had been in the same family for eight generations, and many of these relatives died under odd circumstances. Several children had drowned in the nearby creek, one was murdered, and a few hanged themselves in the attic.

There was also a spirit named Bathsheba, the main villain in The Conjuring film. Andrea Perron said she perceived herself to be the mistress of the house, competing with her mother for the position. The family discovered that there was a real person named Bathsheba Sherman who lived on the property in the mid-1800s. She was rumored to have been a Satanist, and there was evidence she had been involved in the death of a neighbor’s child.

Now, the home has been bought by Cory Heinzen and his family. Cory has been investigating the paranormal for around 10 years, and he’s investigated very well-known paranormal locations. While he experiments with contacting the paranormal, his wife Jennifer researches the property to learn more about the history of the hauntings.

Since the Heinzens have purchased the property, it has been a spot for spooky enthusiasts to try their hands at capturing ghost evidence. Guests are able to stay overnight in the house to experience the full force of the paranormal by themselves. The house also offers nighttime visits, where you can use ghost investigation equipment to try to come face to face with a spirit.

Most people can handle a haunted house in RI that’s inhabited by animatronics and actors. Could you handle an encounter with a real ghost? Enter The Conjuring House to find out!

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