New Mexico Haunted Houses
Haunted Houses are an essential way to celebrate the Halloween Season. Whether you’re at the front of your group leading the way, or hiding behind your friends, it’s an experience like no other! Haunted Houses are prepared months in advance to assure thrill-seekers get their appetite for fright satisfied. Tons of gory props are used, along with terrifying scare actors, special effects lighting, out of this world makeup design, macabre music and disgusting smells. All of these things put together create an atmosphere that surely awakens each and every one of your senses! As for the haunting theme, some haunts will stick to one throughout, while others will switch things up room by room. Either way, you won't know what is about to hit you next!
COVID-19 CLOSED FOR 2020
CLOSED IN 2020 DUE TO COVID. (Carlsbad, NM) October, 1958 – A scene that locals could only describe as “Horrific” was discovered in the small town of Carlsbad, NM over the weekend at a home located...
Horror Hall Haunted House
New Mexico's Creepiest haunted house welcomes you. Horror Hall opened its gates to the public in 2004 with a staff of seven. We currently retain a volunteer staff of 40 who travel from cities in New ...
McCall's Haunted Farm
McCalls Haunted Farm features three terrifying attractions Haunted Cornfield, Haunted Barn, and Zombie Hunt. Attractions The Haunted Cornfield: The past does not die easily. The haunted cornfie...
Hobbs Haunted House of Horrors
The Parks & Recreation Dept. & The Opportunity House of Hobbs is hosting their annual Haunted House of Horrors. All proceeds go to Opportunity House & Teen Center Youth.
|City of Socorro Halloween Haunted House and Carnival||Socorro, NM||Review Us!|
|The Haunted Scarecrow||Albuquerque, NM|
|St. Bernard Farms Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch||Clovis, NM||Review Us!|
|NM Slaughter House Haunted Attraction CLOSED 2020 COVID||Rio Rancho, NM|