Halloween may be over, but there are several NYC Haunted Houses extending their run, so horror junkies can get one last fix. If that won’t tide you over till next Halloween, check out NYC’s Off-Season Haunted Houses and Real Haunted Locations in the city.  

NYC Haunted Houses Extended into November

Nightmare:Superstitions – Runs until Nov.13th!  |  Click Here for discount tickets.

Blood Manor – Runs until Nov. 6th!  |  Click Here for discount tickets.

Trapped in Purgatory – Runs until Nov. 6th!  |  Click Here for discount tickets.

Bayville Scream Park – Runs until Nov. 7th!  |  Click Here for tickets.

 

Off-Season Haunted Houses

We’re keeping our fingers crossed that Blood Manor will be having another Anti-Valentine’s Day weekend in 2011 and  that we get an invitation to the Vortex Theater’s exclusive Midsummer Nightmare.

Blood Manor’s Anti-Valentine’s Day Weekend

542 West 27th Street

New York, NY

February 2011?

“MAKE YOUR VALENTINE’S CELEBRATION ONE YOU’LL NEVER FORGET- OR SURVIVE!

THOUGHT HALLOWEEN WAS BLOODY? WAIT ‘TILL YOU EXPERIENCE THE BLOODIEST WEEKEND OF THE YEAR”

Vortex Theater’s Midsummer Nightmare 2011

Location Unknown

Summer 2011

Invitation Only.

“…thankfully this arguably bland title gives no indication of the intricate and at times startling work that went into what I can only term a true horror experience.” –FANGORIA

 

Real Haunted Locations in NYC

Have a real supernatural experience in at one of these real hauntings. These ghosts aren’t just for Halloween. Unlike their seasonal friends, they’re here all year long.

Merchant’s House Museum

29 East Fourth Street, New York, NY 10003

212-777-1089   

Open Thurs-Mon, 12-5 pm

“In 2006, the Museum decided to mount its own investigation with the help of Historic Paranormal Investigations, a NYC-based group. The evidence is mounting that, indeed, something is here.”

Ghosts of New York Haunted Tours

A variety of tours are available to explore haunted locations throughout NYC.

Click Here to view the tour calendar and purchase tickets.

“If you’re too scared to visit New York’s most haunted spots solo, Phil Schoenberg, a history professor at Queens College, is the man for the job. His “Ghosts of New York” tours offer three area- and ghost-specific tours of the city.” – Daily News

Click Here to check out Club Planet’s List of NYC’s Most Haunted Hang-Outs. 


A Connoisseur's Compendium of Haunted House Reviews, Victorian Horror, and All Things Dark and Macabre.