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  • Danielle Smith Hicks

    Morbid Manor - Ocean City, Maryland

  • Ann Welch

    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.

  • Annie Hendrick
    Annie Hendrick • 2 years ago

    Thank you for your wonderful board with the historic photos of OC! I grew up in Berlin and moved in 93, it's great to see these pictures.

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