Haunted Houses Around The Southcoast Area
New Bedford, Fairhaven, Fall River and the entire Southcoast gets a little bit spooky once fall hits. The area is chock full of haunted houses that can go from mild, all the way to blood chilling.
So why exactly is the Southcoast such a spooky place? Maybe because of it’s history. Maybe because once you hit the east coast, ghosts have no where else to go. They can’t swim, right? So the Southcoast becomes their home. Luckily, they are willing to play along. We have some great local Haunted houses for you to check out.
Asylum of Horror, Fall River
Let’s just say, this one isn’t for the kids. Another great haunted place in Fall River, this one plays the part of a haunted mental hospital. They say no cartoonish graphics, just real horror. In other words, bring an extra pair of underwear. It’s opened the end of September, through Halloween. Check out more details here.
Haunted Labyrinth, Cranston, Rhode Island
Not too far from greater New Bedford, this haunted maze is sheer terror. It get’s five stars from most every Yelp user that has posted a review. They say that this one is okay for the kids, but you should use your best judgement.
Lizzy Borden Bed & Breakfast, Fall River
Yes, the original Lizzy Borden house. Not a real haunted house per say, but we all know what happened there. It doesn’t get more scary than a murder house. You can stay there, but be warned, you might see Lizzy! Not really, but hey you never know. Get more info on the B&B here.
Lakeville Haunted House, Lakeville
About 30 minutes outside of New Bedford, this October haunted house is sure to make you scream for Mommy. Don’t say we didn’t warn you. If you want to check out their website for details, tickets and hours, it’s here.
Haunting of the Shriners Hospital, Fairhaven
This is a haunted house with a purpose. It’s fun for the whole family, and the proceeds go to funding the Shriners Hospital. So far they have raised over $4,000 for the Shriners hospital. The Chiller TV channel even did a movie about this haunted house that will premiere on October 28th.
Ole’ Oxford Haunt, Fairhaven
Here we have another local haunted house, that does things for a good cause. This Fairhaven haunted yard (as it says on their website) does it for the benefit of the American cancer society. Located at 60 Oxford Street in Fairhaven, it will be one you don’t want to miss out on. Boo!
Ghoulie Manor, Taunton
This is a newbie in the Southcoast, so lets help them break in the Halloween season! Located in Taunton, this will will surely give you goosebumps. You wo’t have to wait long to check them out, as they open up September 28th. You’ll even be able to check them out on Chiller Channel. More info can be found here.