If you’re looking for some serious frights this fall, the Erebus Haunted Attraction should be your final destination. Located in downtown Pontiac, this four-story haunted venue has 30,000 square feet of scary fun, making it one of the largest walk-through haunted attractions in the world.
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Started in 2000 by brothers Edward & Jim Terebus, the Erebus Haunted attraction spooks all who enter each fall. Though the attraction’s theme changes year-to-year, it’s world-class reputation for scares remains a constant. This year’s theme is “Psych Ward,” where “the doctors are dead…and the doors are open.” Brave attendees can expect expert use of props, animatronics, puppets, mirrors, moving walls, and over 90 dedicated actors to up the fear factor with every visit.
Location: 18 South Perry Street, Pontiac, MI.
Cost: Prices vary between $19 and $28 depending on the day. Be sure to check online to view special rates for bonuses like the Speed Pass, VIP Pass, and Group Rates.
Dates: Erebus Haunted Attraction is open every weekend through November 4th. Those looking for weekday frights are also in luck. Erebus will be open on Thursdays beginning in October. Be sure to view their website for the most detailed information.
If Erebus sounds like fun, but the frights do not, be sure to try the new Erebus Escape Room, which offers a family-friendly team bonding experience.
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