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2-Jo's Town Of Terrore 6 Feet Under The Range
Haunted House in Van Horne Iowa
Haunted Hay Ride,Haunt Walk with a Old West Ghost Town, Haunted Barn,Zombie Fort& more!A waiting area with a Fairway of Freaks, Entertainers & LIVE Bands! Everything from Fire Dancing, Midget Bowling, Body Suspension, ISIS Ghost Hunters, Psychic& MORE

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Circle of Ash Haunted Attraction
Haunted House in Cedar Rapids IA
Circle of Ash offers 5 different shows for all different types of Haunted House lovers! Our biggest show is 'The Haunt'. We are an indoor attraction covering nearly 14,000 square feet of space!

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Field of Screams
Haunted House in Iowa City IA
The Field of Screams is a haunted corn maze organized by the Iowa City/Coralville Jaycees.

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Harris Haven Funeral Home
Haunted House in Evansdale
The horribleness and the awfulness will never be forgotten. Because at Harris Haven Funeral Home "we bury the competition"

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Heart of Darkness
Haunted House in waterloo IA
Iowa's Largest Haunted Attraction! 10+ themed attractions including NEW this year, our Full 3D Killer Circus with Chroma Depth Glasses! Enter-By-Number system & NEW MONSTER MIDWAY with DJ & light show, T-shirts & Terrors, Party Room, Concessions, and more! Get your Tickets for Terror Today!

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Nightmare on 3rd Street
Haunted House in Ottumwa Iowa
We make your nightmares come true! With tons of live actors and animatronics you are sure to be scared out of your wits. Our haunt is a fund raiser for the DARE and GREAT programs taught in the grade and middle schools.

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Panic Park Haunted House
Haunted House in Cedar Falls Iowa
We enjoyed the taste of blood in 2010 and are ready for more in 2011. We have live performers and a new fright every night.

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The Asylum
Haunted House in Indianola Iowa
Open Friday and Saturday nights 7:30 PM - 11:00 PM Opening Night October 5th!! $10 Ages 12 & up!

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The Bloody Barn Haunted Attraction
Haunted House in Atlantic, Iowa Iowa
The Bloody Barn is a non-profit haunted house styled event in Atlantic, Iowa. On certain nights in October, a percentage of ticket sales and monetary or itemized donations go to certain non-profit organizations and are delivered to the designated charities at the end of the month.

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The Haunted Cornfield
Haunted House in Wellsburg Iowa
The Haunted Cornfield. The scariest time in North Central Iowa. 45 Minutes of absolute TERROR. Children of the corn?! That's NOTHING!

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Iowa, the “Hawkeye State”, nicknamed as a tribute to Chief Black Hawk. Many pioneers who settled in Iowa were families. Iowa was different than the other eastern states. This was their first experience with prairie lands. The extreme north section of the state of Iowa had trees for building a home, the southern section of the state did not. This led many to settle closer up north. The ones who went south had to come up with materials to build their houses. This led to sod houses or “soddies” on the prairie; inexpensive, cool in the summer, and warm in the winter. Fuel became the dried corn husks, prairie hay, and dried animal droppings. The times were most difficult, but the land was inexpensive. With growth, the railroads across Iowa were constructed. This opened up new commerce through Iowa. Iowa became a major exporter of food and supplies. This led Iowa to supplying the Civil War troops with a food. Iowa also sent more than 75,000 men into the Civil War. They did not even need to impose a draft for more men signed up to be a part of Union Army than were requested. Although the Civil War did not find battles in the state of Iowa, many of the men who left never returned. If they did come back they were never the same. The Civil War was bloody and gruesome. The men went into battle with the drive to win, they returned with the vision that you cannot un-see. The stench of death in the air burned into their psyche for all eternity. Those who returned came back; injured, maimed, dismembered, infected, starving, and cold. The souls of those who seen an untimely death, not aware of how to pass are now stuck between life and death, in purgatory forever to do the bidding of the under-lord below. Iowa 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. Iowa contains the spirits of many whose deaths left angry spirits behind who seek revenge. Iowa has a multitude of the scariest haunted houses, paranormal activity, haunted mazes, haunted hayrides, ghost tours, forests, attractions and more. Iowa 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. Iowa 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. Iowa 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 Iowa. Don’t wait for a review, tempt your fear and see what you cannot un-see. The haunt world knows about the portals in Iowa, now you can too.