High Expectations for Haunted School House and Laboratory, Bloodview Haunted House

This afternoon the original members of the Haunt Trinity reunite for an epic, overnight haunting excursion! Tonight we make our inaugural trip to the Haunted School House and Laboratory in Akron, Ohio. The Haunted School House has a storied history having once been the Thomastown Elementary School and currently holds the title as America’s longest running haunted attraction — scaring guests since 1974. The Laboratory once housed the Guggenheim Air Institute, the building is distinguished in American lore as reportedly being the only decagon shaped structure in the entire nation. Collectively the two attractions boast seven floors of haunted goodness — and are respectively celebrating 39 and 32 years of operation. The Haunted School House and Laboratory  has consistently been rated as one of the top haunted attractions in the country.

In addition to one of America’s most influential haunted attractions we will also pay a visit to Bloodview Haunted House in Broadview Heights, Ohio. Bloodview Haunted House is interesting in its own right, the attraction is staffed entirely by an improvisational theater group known as the Legion of Terror. Each weekend the theme of the attraction is altered and tonight we will bear witness to zombie mayhem. I have read reviews that suggest the queue line entertainment at Bloodview is as much a part of the show as anything inside the haunted house, tales of sirens and rampaging hordes of the undead have reached my ears.

I’m intrigued by what I’ve read about all of these haunted attractions and if tonight’s trip is even half as fun as our nocturnal foray to the Buckeye State in 2010, then we are in for one hell of a time. Happy Haunting!

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