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Your journey through 7 Floors of Hell

Ian McNaughton

Ian McNaughton

Ian McNaughton, Staff Writer

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Deep in the bowels of Cleveland, Ohio at the Cuyahoga County fairgrounds, the most horrific haunted house in America sits apon its throne. From first purchasing your ticket to the actual experience of going through seven different haunted houses, 7 Floors of Hell is almost sure to shock you.

At the fairground, you make your way behind a bunch of shady storage areas following a trail, guided by masked men holding signs. When you park, you walk towards a big sign that says “Welcome to Hell”. The ticket price is $25 a person for seven haunted houses, which is a killer deal.

While in line waiting for the tickets and to enter the haunted houses, you are bombarded by actors with chainsaws, zombies, and a few other very convincing scarers. The planning for this event is fantastic. Due to the number of houses, the lines don’t take long to get through.

The first scare is an animated man sitting in an electric chair singing live entertainment for all of those who want to relax for a bit.

The first haunted house is Blood Barn. As you wait in line, the oh so very familiar Saw doll, Jigsaw, rides his tricycle along the side of you, giving you quite an intimidating stare. Once you get in the haunted house, it is a slaughter house for people. Limbs lying everywhere, people running away from chainsaws towards the exit–it is very impressive and terrifying.

The next house you visit is Mausoleum. On the outside, this house looks like an old stone run down building, but in the inside it is filled with ghouls and tortured souls coming from the walls and even out of the coffins.

Next on your hit list is Zombie Apocalypse. This post apocalyptic zombie themed house is set in New York City after an infectious virus plagues the world. As you enter, it feels like you are walking down the New York streets when zombies start coming out of every where.

Next, with a 10-ft robotic beast siting on top of the entrance is… Body Snatchers. Body Snatchers is a tribal themed haunted house where you are deep in the jungle with terrifying ancient monsters, tribal beasts and men. Evil visions is a monster of its own. This haunted attraction features crazy clowns and ridiculous 3-D effects. The actors in this house are extremely talented; they use a combination of scary effects along with animated props to give you the ultimate Halloween scare.

House of Nightmares is the fan favorite of the night with the longest lines and creepiest props. When you first walk in, it seems like just a normal house, but soon takes a very sick and demented twist. From dead and tortured house pets on the walls to people lying on the floors in piles of their blood and guts, the house most definitely wins the award for the goriest house in the park.

Finally the best for last, the house that is themed from the ever so gruesome saw movies, Jigsaw. At a first glance it seems like you’re actually in the movies with life-like recreations of all the torture scenes. Jigsaw and his other minions are tormenting you the entire way through the haunted house with cruel tricks and absolutely evil displays of torture.

Overall, this is one of the best haunted houses in the country for a fact. From the beginning to the very end when you are running in fear to get into your car, there is a non-stop sense that you are in danger from the foulest souls on the planet.

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