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Tattoo
09-06-2008, 12:24 PM
I know every little bit of marketing helps and sometimes Haunts get listed in Magazines and they don't find out until after the season. Just wanted to post this in case your Haunt is listed, and now you know.

The current issue of HorrorHound Magazine (Sept/Oct 2008) has a center spread of the US Map and lists these haunts and their websites.


HorrorHound Magazine’s “Map To The Greatest US Haunts!”

Scream at the Beach
Freakling Brothers
Pirates of Emerson
Shipwreck Queen Mary
The Haunted Hotel
Knott’s Scary Farm
Thrillvania Verdun Manor
Palace of Wax
Dungeon Haunted Ride
Terror on the Fox
Edge of Hell
The Beast
Raycliff Manor
13th Gate
House of Shock
Atrox Factory
The Darkness
DreamReapers
Raven’s Grinn Inn
Howl-O-Scream
Sloss Fright Furnace
NetherWorld
Waverly Hills Sanitarium
USS Nightmare
Dead Acres
Horror Hotel
7 Floors of Hell
Erebus
Fright World
Shocktoberfest
Phantom Fright Nights
SpookyWoods
Halloween Horror nights
Eastern State Penitentiary
Haunted Overload
Headless Horseman
13 Ghosts of Salem

Raycliff Manor
09-07-2008, 10:31 AM
Thanks for alerting me on this Tattoo! I had no idea. Very cool!

Kel

kdsboi
09-07-2008, 09:23 PM
yaayyy were on that list!!!!! our house looks sooooooo freakin nice this season! hope to see u guys there.....
names kyle (haunted hotel of san diego actor)

Raycliff Manor
09-07-2008, 10:27 PM
Kyle,

I was born and raised in the San Diego area and lived there until a little over 5 years ago. I used to go to the Haunted Hotel and Frightmare on Market Street every single year! Our group would typically wait at least 3 hours to get inside and we always knew it would be worth the wait! Have an awesome season!

Kel

drfrightner
09-08-2008, 12:53 AM
I never heard of this magazine... what is the URL of it? Who subscribes to it?

Cool beans!

Larry

Jonathan
09-08-2008, 01:49 AM
Congrats to everyone listed.

Nathan and the team at Horrorhound always do a great job. In fact the RFR Crew just returned from the HorrorHound Weekend Event they had in Indy.

Good stuff. Always great to have cross promotion for the haunt industry.

Larry, Horrorhound is a unique Horror Mag covering everything from films, to retro, collectibles, music etc. Been around for some time now and have national distribution at Barnes and Noble, Borders, Schwartz Books and others.

WARLORD
09-08-2008, 03:40 PM
Thanks for the heads up, and thanks for including the Nightmare. We're excited about the coming season. Also want to issue thanks to Noah with City Blood for including the USS Nightmare in the three state article in the last Hauntworld. Sometimes it's just nice to see the name in print. Hope we can live up to the expectations. The ships ready to go, and our job fair landed us some serious new make up artists to help push the envolope.
Hope everyone has a great season!!!

mr-scary
09-08-2008, 05:12 PM
I never heard of this magazine... what is the URL of it? Who subscribes to it?

Cool beans!

Larry

you've never heard of horror hound?

wow, one of my all time fav mags!