Haunted Homes

Happy Halloween from Peerless-AV!  We’re feeling the spirit of the season and, as always, in everything we do and anywhere we are, we certainly notice when AV is well done.

This year, we’re taking another look at some very spooky haunted houses, decked out via the latest tech advancements. Take a look!

 

This Year’s Spookiest Haunted Houses

1. The Pennhurst Asylum in Spring City, PA

The Pennhurst Asylum in Spring City, PA

The fact that this was once a true asylum only adds to its scary factor. After being abandoned for 25 years, it now acts as Pennsylvania’s most terrifying Halloween attraction. Lighting and sound effects amp up the fear of “the world’s most dangerous criminally insane.” Just take a look at this video; we’re sure your heart rate will increase! https://vimeo.com/295835228

 

2. The Darkness in St. Louis

The Darkness in St. Louis

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In this haunted house, over 50 CGI FX are incorporated, allowing guests to be suddenly stunned with digital fx and loud sounds. Examples of applications include portraits in the house that instantly change from still images to moving ghosts ready to strike fear!

 

3. The Bates Motel in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

The Bates Motel in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

The Bates Motel is FULL of high tech special effects, a digital soundtrack, and lighting that ups the horror factor from the moment you step inside. You’ll encounter levitating spirits, floor boards that come alive, and so much more.

 

4. Netherworld in Atlanta

Netherworld in Atlanta

Created by film and television professionals, this haunted house is not only known for being very scary, but also notable for its custom movie quality special effects. Visitors encounter “awakened” corpses and extraterrestrial life gone rogue, among other hair-raising creatures.

 

 

5. The Asylum in Denver

The Asylum in Denver

“At the Asylum in Denver, what begins as a tour transforms into an escape room escapade with technology making everyone feel trapped,” notes America Haunts. This tortuous hospital spans 15,000 square feet and is certainly not for the faint of heart.

 

Can you handle a scare!? Let us know what the creepiest Halloween attraction you’ve visited is in the comments below.

 

Happy Halloween!