Kansas haunted houses will have you whirling around in fright. Wichita haunted houses are worth the drive to see Field of Screams, Isle of Scream, and Forest of Terror. Visit Wichita haunted houses to appreciate you nightmares. Kansas haunted houses have more than wicked witches and flying monkeys.
Kansas, the 34th state, known as the “Sunflower State” for the beautiful state flower, and American history of the Native Americans who were forced from their eastern homelands to take up residence on the reservations of the Midwest. Kansas, named from the Kansa Tribe of Native Americans, was a state that comes out of the history books as the Wild West. Just preceding the Civil War, Kansas Territory was torn in two. Each side wanted Kansas to pick a side. Select being either a Northern Free State in the Union, which did not allow slavery, or Southern State for slavery. Flooding the state with southerners, muskets in hand, they stuffed the ballot boxes. You can review legends as Wild Bill Hickok, a folk-hero, known as a skilled gunfighter and lawman, battled all the most evil, rotten, sinister of men. Tales of bloody battles and duels, Wild Bill was a marksman, professional poker player, and scout during the Civil War for the Union. He was killed while playing poker in South Dakota. The Wild West was an unsavory and dangerous place to live. Kansas was at the heart of it. Even the Civil War in Kansas was not organized, lacked supplies and weapons, but sent many men into battle regardless of the review. The death toll to the soldiers of Kansas from battles or illness, were greater than any other state. All whom stayed behind had to deal with the loss of life dismemberment, horror of war, illness or more, still continued to farm the land. These families had to grow to handle all of the struggles of this area’s most difficult time. Women had to be extremely strong, they had to work the fields, bare many children, for farm life was the most difficult in this ever-changing harshest of climate in Kansas. Women played the most important role by working outside, so much so that it became integral to their survival. Tornados, blizzards, droughts, hail, grasshoppers, and floods tormented the farmers with total loss of crops. Kansas is a state of struggles. During the Great Depression, Kansas took one of the hardest losses. Poverty, lack of employment, and drought hurt the people who lived here at an astronomical rate. It wasn’t until the government reviewed the struggle that they stepped in, that Kansas was able to begin recovery. Kansas is also known for the Leavenworth State Penitentiary, a maximum security prison. Leavenworth is well known for the notorious gangsters, spies, murderers, serial killers and numerous FBI’s Most Wanted of the 21st Century, names that give you the chills for the most gruesome of crimes. Kansas, a state of struggle and notoriety continues today with the many souls who were victims of war, criminals, and struggle for life. Souls left to wander Kansas, souls which do not know they should have passed over or who have returned to continue their torture. Souls stuck between life and death to do the bidding of the under-lord below. Kansas has seen its share and now is paying the price. A state rich in the evils horrors of history is now one of the area’s best vortexes of purgatory for the haunt world. Kansas contains the spirits of many whose deaths left angry spirits behind who seek revenge. Kansas has a multitude of the scariest haunted houses, paranormal activity, haunted mazes, haunted hayrides, ghost tours, forests, attractions and more. Kansas is a portal to the depths of the haunt world. Demons and messengers of the under-lord return to experiment and do research in their dungeons and chambers in the chill of the fall, under the spells of pure wickedness. Kansas is home to many haunted attractions that are well known in the haunt world. The haunted houses are well worth the trip. These attractions have been seen on many local radio stations, television stations, magazines, and newspapers. Visit this haunted world of twisted and deranged: haunted houses, forests, trails, farms, hotels, asylums, penitentiaries, indoor and outdoor attractions. Kansas in at the top of the haunt world and considered the area’s best haunted attractions. Find the most innovative animatronics, scary monsters, creepy zombies, demented demons, creatures from the depths of the underworld, cutting edge technology and have your nightmares brought to life right here in Kansas.
Field of Screams VIII, The Reaping - known for the “Sick” fields has been researched by the paranormal investigators for the unusual events that occur each fall. Take a journey through the grounds of the Spurlock family and experience what has scientists and believers debating. Noted as the most disturbing and diverse haunted location, your journey will take you through the towering sorghum fields, unruly forests, dark twisting trenches, underground tunnels turned slaughterhouse and the Spurlock home. See where the “Vigilante Murders” occurred in the Field of Screams VIII, The Reaping and encounter the beings within and be relieved if you make it out alive. Prior to the massacres at the fields, family members took the same fate. Said to run a murderous traveling carnival, their executions were just in the eyes of the law. However, believed to want to come home to Maize, Kansas and the Spurlock family homestead, the even more evil, dark, sinister side of the family have appeared to unite in Horror! Clown Town will take you on a walk through the sickest fields. This mysterious mind blowing maze and visual effects full of ill-conceived and ghastly clowns for the sheer terror will leave you as insane as the ringmaster, Uncle Horace. There is no equal to the state-of-art 3D effects and lunacy of the psychedelic mind twisting experience! Even we cannot predict what will happen when the Spurlock family reunites, for the harvest may bring on new flesh for their euphoria of torture. Isle of Screams, Lair of the Wolf at Watson Park, is the area’s best haunted outdoor attraction. Located in Wichita, Kansas, will have you left wondering what evil lurks within the Isle of Screams. Your entrance on a hay rack or train will ease you way into the Isle before you are abandoned to fend for yourself. Beware for the “Lair of the Wolf” protects its own and is searching for fresh warm flesh. These creatures have been isolated on this island for protection of the horrific evil we have encountered. The screams you hear will torment and tantalize your every nerve. Where are they coming from? Should you run and help or turn and go the other way? The howls off in the distance and the stench of death all around run chills up and down your spine. If there is a hell on earth, it is here on the Isle of Screams. There is no escaping this feeling of evil. Beware you may never escape the nightmares to come, after an encounter in the Devil’s playground.