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The Haunted Attraction Network Celebrates 61 Days of Haunted Houses With New Season of Its Annual Hauntathon

61 Day Hauntathon 2023, Haunted Attraction Network, September 1 to October 31

Haunted Attraction Network has shared new details about this year’s “Hauntathon,” a 61-day celebration of haunted attractions running September 1 – October 31. Tune in for the largest celebration of haunted houses anywhere, featuring videos, podcasts, and VIP in-person experiences.

The Haunted Attraction Network has gathered 13 ghoulish partners to bring viewers to 61+ haunted attractions worldwide. Hauntathon will explore some of the world’s best and most mysterious haunted attractions, from the classic to the cutting-edge.

What does it take to scare people? You’ll find out. Haunters, those people who create haunted attractions, work year-round to hone their craft. However, few guests get to see more than a handful. In this year’s Hauntathon, viewers will get an inside look at the creative process behind some of the world’s most famous haunted attractions.

“We’re excited to bring viewers to some of the most unique and creative haunted attractions in the world,” said Haunted Attraction Network founder Philip Hernandez. “We have a real balance of theme park, independent, and home haunts this year.”

Featured Theme Parks

  • Dark Nights at Hersheypark
  • Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood
  • Halloween Horror Nights Japan
  • Halloween Horror Nights Orlando
  • Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort
  • Hong Kong Disneyland
  • Howl-O-Scream Tampa
  • Howl-O-Scream Orlando
  • Howl-O-Scream San Diego
  • Oogie Boogie Bash at Disney’s California Adventure
  • Six Flags Fright Fest

Featured Haunted Houses include:

  • Bayville Scream Park (Long Island, NY)
  • DARK at Fort Edmonton Park (Edmonton, Canada)
  • Dark Hour Haunted House (Plano, TX)
  • Deadmonton (Edmonton, Canada)
  • Doncaster Fear Factory (Doncaster, UK)
  • Doom Haunted Attraction (Idaho Falls, ID)
  • Evil Intentions (Elgin, IL)
  • Fear Factory (Salt Lake City, UT)
  • Field of Screams (Mountville, PA)
  • Hanna Haunted Acres (Indianapolis, IN)
  • Haunted Overload (Lee, NH)
  • Hundred Acres Manor (Pittsburgh, PA)
  • Hush Haunted Attraction (Westland, MI)
  • Lake Hickory Haunts (Hickory, NC)
  • Markoff’s Haunted Forest (Dickerson, MD)
  • Mortem Manor (Kissimmee, FL)
  • Nightmares on the Rogue (Medford, OR)
  • Reaper’s Revenge (Scranton, PA)
  • Sacramento Scream Park (Sacramento, CA)
  • Scarehouse (Pittsburgh, PA)
  • Shaqtoberfest (Long Beach, CA)
  • Sir Henry’s Haunted Trail (Plant City, FL)
  • Stanley Haus (Aliso Viejo, CA)
  • Spooky World (Warrington, UK)
  • Terror in the Corn (Denver, CO)
  • Terror Isle (Lee, NH)
  • Terror Roulette (South Barrington, IL)
  • Terror Vault (San Francisco, CA)
  • The Vault of Souls (Tampa, FL)
  • Wicker Manor (Denver, CO)
  • Woods of Terror (Greensboro, NC)

This year’s title sponsor for the event is Gantom Lighting & Controls, which manufactures the world’s smallest intelligent spotlights for theme parks. Additional support is from Hauntpay and Froggy’s Fog.

Content Partners include:
Attractions Magazine, Creepy Kingdom, Freaks of HHN, HaunTopic Radio, Kevin Heimbach, Muse TV, OMNI Adventures, Scare Track, Sharp Productions, That Halloween Podcast, The Horror of Being Emily, The Scare Factor, Nick Pagliochini.

For further details and to follow along all Halloween season-long, visit For even more information on Haunted Attraction Network and Philip Hernandez, be sure to check out my interview with Philip in episode 10 of By Pumpkin’s Light.

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