Do you remember Ocean City’s “Morbid Manor”? It first opened in 1975, and became one of the most memorable icons on the O.C. Boardwalk. It was unlike the current Haunted House, which is a “ride-through” attraction. The Morbid Manor was a two story walk through experience, with live actors and real props! It’s towering appearance and realistic façade scared visitors for many years! Unfortunately, the Manor burned to the ground in 1995, after being completely redone the year before.

The Morbid Manor....I was always WAY too afraid to go in!

Again every year


Wymering Manor in Portsmouth is one ofthe Most Haunted Houses in England...

Vacation destination, Ocean City, MD Boardwalk- our family had gone every summer for 20 years.

One of my favorite rides as a kid! Apparently this is from the 70's which makes me a little nervous...It was 20+ years old!!

Early morning Bethany Beach boardwalk

Franklin Castle Cleveland, USA (by Bob Trinnes) often referred to as the most haunted house in all of Ohio

Rehoboth Boardwalk in Delaware

The Boardwalk

Funni-Frite Haunted House Dark Ride ad, 1960s

The Zipper - one of the rides resembling a torture device, Maryland State Fair, Timonium, MD (by M.V. Jantzen, via Flickr) This ride is fun as long as you don't keep flipping a billion times..

The Boardwalk Ocean City, Maryland

Abandoned Haunted House Nara Dreamland, abandoned amusement park in Japan.

In honor of this BEAUTIFUL Ocean City beach day, here is a ‪#‎ThrowbackThursday‬ photo of two Mounted Officers taken 25 years ago in 1989 on the boardwalk. The pier looked much different back then but 25 years later it's still a great day for a ride on the Ferris Wheel!

Ocean City Boardwalk, this place! Spent many years here as a child!


These haunted homes are sure to get you excited for any and all #Halloween festivities.

The Haunted House Trimper Rides, Ocean City, MD-One of my favorite rides as a child.

Dunes Manor Hotel - Ocean City, MD - Covered in Snow. Winter Getways on the Eastern Shore.