If you love getting scared, bloody displays, ghosts, ghouls and all the fun things that come out at Halloween, you need to find the right haunted houses for your fun in Jacksonville. Here are some of the top choices for your frightening fun this year.
The Haunting of School House 4
Pandemic Haunted Attractions presents a Terroriffic Halloween event The Haunting of Jacksonville's own historic haunted School House Number Four. Walk through the haunted school house maze for a terrorfied history lesson presented by the ghostly school house faculty.
School House Number Four over the years has earned the title of "The Most Haunted Place in Jacksonville". Our maze was constructed to highlight the haunted features of each schoolroom including the famous Boiler Room. If you are not familiar with the background and history of the haunted school house read the article to complete your first haunted homework assignment. Our psychotic principal has mandated that all students who enroll in his haunted Schoolhouse Number Four complete the haunted history reading assignment before stepping inside his terrorfied School house.
In early 2012, authorities were sent out to investigate what one witness described as, "the worst case of hoarding ever seen." What they uncovered, was far worse. Only one of those sent to investigate made it out alive. With his horrifying stories, and erratic behavior after the incident, the state was forced to lock him in a mental institution for his own safety and for the safety of others. This year, we invite you to witness the horror for yourself. The Dungeons Haunted Attractions presents "The Hoard", North Florida's largest and most unique haunted experience.
We are located at the Clay County Fairgrounds at 2493 State Road 16 in Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043
Ready to raise money again for the Onslow Women's Center, the Haunted Downtown Jacksonville haunted house will provide all kinds of fun. Nobody involved is paid and all the proceeds go to charity. The Haunted Trail is the main attraction and is found in Sturgeon Park. It will be open October 17th to 19th and Saturday night will be family night with a movie in the park and plenty of other fun events.