Boo, did I scare ya?
So, where can you go to pay someone to scare the bejesus out of ya? Tah-Dah, I can now answer that question for you. After hitting up the Nashville Halloween Guide to find out where some of Nashville's Best Haunted Attractions were, I checked them out and gave them a little review. Hopefully, this will totally give you a feel for them before you go yourself. Can you tell we're pretty stoked about JACK-fm Halloween Week. Anyhow...
7040 Murfreesboro Rd
Catch Phrase - Dead Land is the place to visit this Halloween Season.
Moose says: I was really tired after walking what seemed to be 5 miles. I was.
418 Harding Industrial Drive
Sanitarium of Slaughter is Middle Tennessee's Largest Indoor Haunted House featuring 40,000 square feet of pure terror.
Moose says: This place gives me the creeps. It does.
Death Valley Haunted Woods
769 W Main St
Catch Phrase - 17th year in business and just as scary as ever.
Moose says: They have a sweet looking hearse out front. It's so boss.
510 Davidson Street
Catch Phrase - Devil's Dungeon is the most controversial haunted house in Nashville.
Moose says: I totally got lost in the maze. I did.
Millers Thrillers Haunted Trail
2499 Green Mills Rd.
Catch Phrase – Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods is geared up for another Halloween season of scares.
Moose says: I don’t ever want to go out in the woods alone again. Ever.
273 McMurty Road
Catch Phrase - It's Vamps vs Seekers. Hunt or be hunted. This fall at Monster Mountain: VAMPS OF VENGEANCE
Moose says: This place is on a mountain, and it has a lot of monsters in it. For Realz.
1765 Martins Chapel Church Road
Catch Phrase - Scream Creek Haunted Woods is the Nashville area’s most unique outdoor haunted attraction.
Moose says: I almost peed a little in my pants. I almost did.
423 6th Ave South
Catch Phrase – Slaughterhouse, Nashville’s longest running haunted attraction.
Moose says: After I walked out of Slaughterhouse, I needed help finding my car. True Story.