Total Terror at Netherworld Haunted House

Netherworld Haunted House

Since 1997, Netherworld Haunted House has been terrifying Atlantans with over-the-top special effects, intense make-up, elaborate costuming, and chilling detail. Find out what rules the Netherworld this year:

Enter the Netherworld

Netherworld Haunted HouseNetherworld is a self-guided walkthrough haunted house attraction that develops an original theme every year to keep the scares fresh and new. The haunted house was created by professional movie costume designers, meaning every monster they create is uniquely terrifying. The warehouse it occupies is packed with an incredible amount of horrifying detail, with “More scares per square inch than any other haunted house in town,” as Forsyth County News put it. Expect jumps at every turn coming from above, below, and beside you.

Netherworld features two haunts for you to experience: this year features Monsters and Vault 13: Meltdown.


Paranormal researcher Dr. Elias Ephraim, that very same Dr. who opened the door to the Netherworld 20 years ago, has let loose soul-eaters from their Antarctic prison. The Dark Ones of the Netherworld haven’t taken kindly to this new addition and are now waging war with the soul-eaters and the monsters of this world, the vampires, werewolves, and witches. Wade through this battlefield of monsters through the Netherworld and hope they don’t notice you among their warring.

Netherworld Haunted HouseVault 13: Meltdown

Join a Special Forces strike team and enter Vault 13 to shut down the nuclear reactor core created by the mad artificial intelligence PROTEUS. Meanwhile, PROTEUS’s creator the Mangler has been immersed in alien life-form mutation experiments. Make your way down the Elevator of Death and through this house of gore to escape alive through the Toxic Foam Room.



What’s the scariest haunted house you’ve been to? Let me know in the comments!


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