Abandoned Creepy Halloween Haunted House Attraction

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Come with us as we check out this awesome spooky and creepy abandoned haunted house attraction equipped with tons of props, sets, and costumes from the haunt!

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7 COMMENTS

  1. The oly thing I can think of that would be better than a abandoned haunted
    house would be a old abandoned funeral home with everything. What a awesome
    find. Santa Satan,,,, it really did get cold. That clock you walked by is
    over 100 years old. It has IIII instead of IV for four. The pictures are
    done in sepia tone. It was popular before black and white. Pictures are a
    little fuzzier the with black and white. The chemicals smelled awful as
    well. Those are original frames as well. Very collectible. Could have done
    with out the roach hotel room. This was GREAT ! Really enjoyed it. Thanks
    for taking the time to record and share with us.

  2. Pocono used to be a pretty big place to get away to, but if Im not
    mistaken, its pretty much all abandoned including all the honeymoon
    destination hotels.

  3. I love your videos, you do a great job and they are very entertaining and
    sometimes educational. Don’t change your style it sets you apart from other
    explorers. Thanks for sharing I can’t wait to see more.

  4. Ooh! Uh oh! Creepy creepy! Dem haunted houses give me heebie
    jeebies!……………………………………………………………lol!!!

    Thanks for another WONDERFUL episode, Tom & Burt! By-the-way, those
    “paintings” you referred to are, I think, actually old family photos.
    Someone more schooled in photographic history may set me straight on this
    but, I think those aforementioned photos date back to the mid-to-late
    nineteenth century. Photographic technology was in it’s relative infancy
    then, and the type of photos you saw would have been known as
    “daguerreotypes.” It’s rather sad to see someone’s old family photographs
    hanging in a decaying place like that, decaying right along with everything
    else. Truth is, though, that one can easily purchase photos just like that
    from many antique shops around the country. And if one were going to run a
    commercial “haunted house” establishment like that, they would make
    excellent props! Cracker Barrel is rather fond of them, too.

    All the best, gentlemen!

  5. I love your abandoned video’s the most and that Haunted House looked like
    it was a good one when it was open. Those old photos were amazing.

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