New Jersey's 2017 Haunted House Guide

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Looking for a good scare this Halloween? Check out some of the frightening haunted houses in New Jersey. Please check with the location before heading out as dates, times and prices are subject to change.

Arcana Haunted Experience: The Mortuary
Location: 44 West Ferris St., East Brunswick, NJ
Hours: Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October; check website for specifics 
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  • Simon was once the friendly neighborhood undertaker until death after death plagued upon him. Lost in his own madness, Simon secretly performed autopsies and experiments to resurrect the dearly departed. Unsuccessful in his efforts, his procedures have created heinous mutations, which dwell within the walls of his mortuary. Should you choose to enter into Simon's world, you will be forced to play his games in order to exit.

Bane Haunted House
Location: 630 W. Mount Pleasant Ave., Livingston, NJ
Hours: Open every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October, plus select other days - including Halloween; check website for specifics
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  • Rated as NJ.com’s Top Haunted House of 2016, Bane Haunted House features dozens of actors who try to scare you to your core. Those actors will touch you, but they won’t hurt you. At some point, everyone will be asked to separate, so you will experience part of the haunted house alone. There are also two escape rooms.

BloodShed Farms' Fear Fest
Location: 2919 Route 206, Columbus, NJ
Hours: Open every Friday & Saturday in October, plus select Sundays; check website for specifics 
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  • Rated a top haunt by NewJerseyHauntedHouses.com three years in a row, BloodShed Farms' Fear Fest includes four attractions for 2017 and features a nightly party-like atmosphere with a live DJ, food trucks, roaming scaractors, creepy midway games, entertainment and more.

Brighton Asylum
Location: 2 Brighton Ave., Passaic, NJ
Hours: Open various days through Nov. 11; check website for specifics 
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  • Brighton Asylum was once called “The Scariest Place on Earth.”  The “legend” of the Asylum is that it used to be a psychiatric hospital that closed in the 1950s due to a number of unexplained occurrences. Its attractions include the Asylum, "The Tunnel," a horror museum and four interactive escape rooms.

Camp Evans Base of Terror
Location: 2201 Marconi Rd., Wall Township, NJ
Hours: Open every Friday & Saturday in October from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., weather permitting
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  • Camp Evans Base of Terror is a fundraiser for the InfoAge Science Center. During the day, you can learn about science at New Jersey’s official World War II Memorial. At night, the grounds of the 100-year-old Army base are transformed for you to experience the half-mile journey.

C. Casola Farms Haunted Attractions 
Location: 131 S Main St., Marlboro Township, NJ
Hours: Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October, plus Halloween; check website for hours
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  • C. Casola Farms is a family-owned business featuring five terrifying attractions for your entertainment, including The Hayride of Terror, The 3D Haunted Barn, The Haunted Wooded Trail, The Living Maze and The Marlboro Zombie Breakout. Now in its 18th year of business, C. Casola Farms is rated within the top 10 for tri-state haunted houses and hayrides. 

Cornfield of Terror
Location: 723 W. Herschel St., Egg Harbor, NJ
Hours: Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October; check website for hours
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  • R&J Farm transforms at night as the creatures from the Cornfield of Terror try to hunt you down. There is also a non-scary corn maze and outdoor movies for children.

Dracula’s Domain
Location: 569 Monmouth Rd., Jackson, NJ
Hours: Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in October; check website for hours
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  • If you dare, hop on board a Haunted Hayride that runs through 66 haunted acres deep in the bowels of New Jersey's Pine Barrens. Continue the adventure with a walk through the Psycho Path and the Dead End Corn Maze.

    Field of Terror
    Location: 831 Windsor-Perrineville Rd., East Windsor, NJ
    Hours: Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October, plus select Thursdays and Halloween; check website for specifics
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    • "Farmer Frank” farmed more than 100 acres of land in East Windsor. He was bored with farming, so he experimented with some of the vegetation with some of the locals. The “results” are now on the land, and Ax Man still oversees the crops to this day.

    Haunted Scarehouse of Wharton
    Location: 105 W. Dewey Ave., Wharton, NJ
    Hours: Open year-round Tuesday through Sunday; check website for specifics
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    • The Haunted Scarehouse challenges you to “two floors of fear," as you go through the Hayden Farmhouse and up to the second floor. In order to get out, your whole group will be forced to escape. There are also four escape rooms that include live actors Friday through Sunday after 6 p.m.

    Night of Terror
    Location: 448 Lincoln Mill Rd., Mullica Hill, NJ
    Hours: Open select Thursdays and every Friday and Saturday in October; check website for specifics
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    • Consistently ranked among the best haunted attractions in America, Night of Terror includes six terrifying haunted attractions and the area's first and best Haunted Paintball Hayride.

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