Ohio haunted attraction may be haunted by spirits of murder victims
Last Updated: 218 days ago
The white house could be just another abandoned farmhouse along a Waynesville road, except for the caution tape, its grisly history and the rumored inhabitants.
"Every morning we get here, almost every door is open whether it was shut and locked or not. Something opens the doors," said Josh Hasty, creator and director of Scaredown, which is a haunted attraction in Waynesville.
Nicknamed Devil House, the grounds of the attraction are located in the same spot six murders took place in the late 1800s. Cincinnati filmmaker Josh Hasty had planned guided tours of Devil House for the Halloween season, but he ad to put them on hold. "Something" had other ideas.
"We had an employee attacked, as she put it. She was cleaning up one night before we opened and she was pushed down the stairs," Hasty said.
For now, Devil House tours have been suspended, but you can still get your chills and thrills just steps away inside the Scaredown workshop, an aggressive, interactive Halloween haunt.
Admission is $15 per person.
If you dare, it's located at 5511 Township Line Road. It's a 45 minute drive from downtown Cincinnati.
For more information, you can visit the website at www.scaredown.com
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