October Brings Scary Haunted Houses
It used to be scary just going to Detroit, but now that the city is on a comeback path, people head to the Detroit area to be scared. In fact, according to MLive the Detroit area has some pretty scary haunts you should check out.
In downtown Pontiac there is Erebus, which is a four story 113,000-square feet of doom known for its digital counter of whimps and pants-wetters. The haunted house , named after the Greek God of darkness has been open since 2000-, and is one of the best haunted houses in Michigan.,
The Fear Factory in Mt. Clemens opens at 7pm at night and they say it closes when they run out of body bags.
Rochester has the Tunnel of Terror, where they proudly claim to push the limits of your psyche and put your phobias to the ultimate test of darkness and horror. (sounds terrifying)
Dearborn gets into the spirit of the spooky season with Halloween in Greenfield Village.
Melvindale's haunted house opens at 7pm and will stay open until the last victim is through. This is a 2 story house on Allen Road.
Ford Road in Westland is called the Hush Haunted Attraction. Called Metro Detroit's most unique haunted attractions and it is ranked among the top 20 in the nation. You will run into terrifying mutants, monsters and zombies in your face that even nightmares can't compete with.
These places sound great, but you might want to take a clean pair of pants with you.