1. Folklore Haunted House   Acworth is open weekends and offers 4 different attractions :  The Manor (Under the beds, beneath the stairs, behind the mirrors the eager soul of The Manor waits), Tremulous (Delve into a terrifying world where the lines between reality and insanity disappear ) , Chromophobia (Paintings and statues watch your every move, and children’s toys take on a new life), and the Last Ride (A Simulated ride to the grave in a wooden casket).
  2. Zombie Farms  Athens    1/2 mile walk through dark and spooky woods filled with zombies and other characters who will scare you, entertain you, and sometimes even make you laugh.
  3. Scare House of the South    Soperton  We have created S.H.O.T.S. for the adrenaline-seekers and hard-core enthusiasts. We are not here to make you feel comfortable. We are not here to scare you a little bit and then stop. SCARE HOUSE OF THE SOUTH will push you to the very limits of what is allowed at a professional Haunted House. Please don’t bring your kids here thinking this is another cute thing to do for Halloween.
  4. Plantation Blood    Augusta  Over 30,000 square feet of terror! Opened Wednesday through Sunday!
  5. A Tour of Southern Ghosts  Hear ghost stories of the South on a lantern-lit walk at Antebellum Plantation at Stone Mountain Park.
  6. Sorrell Weed House  Savannah  Take one of the most popular Savannah Ghost Tours! This tour is unique because no other Ghost Tour in Savannah can take you inside a Savannah Mansion, much less a Savannah Mansion featured on Ghost Hunters and Ghost Adventures. For the true paranormal fan. This extra late night 2 hour Paranormal Investigation features an investigation experience inside the Sorrel Weed Mansion and Carriage House.
  7. The House Of Burm      Helen Located adjacent to our much-less-scary North Georgia Corn Maze, the House of Burm is the premiere haunted house attraction in the area!  This is no mere haunted house, either.  Visitors to premises, said to have once belonged to an evil mad scientist, will eventually be taken into his underground lab, deep inside the southern Appalachian Mountains.

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