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Top Haunted Houses in Oklahoma

Oklahoma's Must-See Scares: Top Haunted Houses If you’re searching for top-notch terror this Halloween season, then read on to discover the top haunted house attractions in the state – we dare you!

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from The Raven & Black Cat

The 7 Most Extreme Haunted Houses in America (Updated 2015

We seek out the craziest most extreme haunted attractions in the country. The haunted houses on our list cater to adult audiences and involve waivers, extreme physical contact, safe words, abduction, violence, nudity and electric shock. ONE DAY IF I EVER GET THE BALLS @danceforlove87 and @jackienla check these out!

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from bobvila.com

11 "Real" Haunted Houses to Visit—If You Dare!

Haunted Franklin Castle (OH): A gloomy exterior, secret passageways, children crying, voices arguing in the walls, chandeliers spinning, faces materializing in the woodwork, a reoccurring blood stain, and a mysterious woman in black who appears in the top-most turret window. Other peculiarities about the home are almost as creepy: a room that is noticeably colder than the rest of the house, baby skeletons said to have been discovered in the 1970s, and the macabre history of its original…

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Rent.com lists the top 10 most #haunted cities in America. [Rent.com Blog]
from Rent.com Blog

Top 10 Haunted Cities in America - Most Haunted Cities

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Americas Haunted House Guide..The Mrytles Plantation at the top of the list was THE most boring and uneventful place we ever had the displeasure to spend 3 days in. :-/ The only 'scary' thing about that place, are the rip off room rates.

Americas Haunted House Guide..The Mrytles Plantation at the top of the list was THE most boring and uneventful place we ever had the displeasure to spend 3 days in. :-/ The only 'scary' thing about that place, are the rip off room rates.

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Molly Brown House, Denver, CO - was built in the 1880's and is famous for it's previous owner, the "Unsinkable Molly Brown". Once set for demolition, it has been preserved and restored, and now serves as a museum. Activity includes shades opening and closing on their own, shadow figures, the smell of cigar smoke (non-smoking house - Molly's husband was known as a heavy cigar smoker) and apparitions.

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