The Realm of Terror Horror Experience is a haunted attraction like no other. The collaborative brainchild of professional Filmmakers, special effects makeup artists, carpenters, set designers, sound designers and just plain messed up people!
It is an attraction built out of passion from the ground up, and it is this passion that has created the most Highly-Rated Halloween experience in Illinois! On your tour, encounter an experience that plunges you straight into the action of a Horror Movie or Video game. You are volunteering to take a tour of Quixotic Labs, a research facility located hundreds of feet below the surface. During your decent, it quickly becomes apparent that the next test being conducted...is on YOU!
As guests traverse the halls of The Realm of Terror, they can expect to encounter things that past thrill-seekers have described as: "Amazing" "Mind-Blowing" "Incredible" "F*cked up" and "The greatest Haunted House I've ever been through."
This October, be a witness to one of the most Intense Haunted Houses to ever exist, and come into contact with more than 50 LIVE actors, professionally designed sets, and more!
Also, don't forget - for those who are 21+ The Haunt Bar is here to keep your nerves calm! Email Haunt Owner
Terrifying and Intense
I've been going to this haunted house for years and it is one of my favorites. First of all, if you have never been to this haunted house, it is not a family friendly one. They recommend you be 16 or older to go in. The actors in line are very intense and will even sometimes touch you. Once you get in, it's a blur of blood, gore, and actors in your face, swearing at you, climbing over you, crawling under you, and grossing you out. The haunted house itself is themed like a scary hospital/lab. It's very claustrophobic and super detailed. Everything looks gross. They don't have many big cool props like the others I've been to, but the acting and gory details make up for it. If you have been before, this year they changed the whole beginning and end. I loved the elevator ride. Also, no more white maze at the end. Now it's more like a black maze with random strobes and lots of props and actors messing with you as you find your way out. It felt shorter this year, but much more interactive at the end. Oh and you get a free bumper sticker if you make it out!Posted 10/19/14
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