Inferno 3D is the best 3D attraction ever experienced in Maryland/DC, and we believe the world as well. Never before has an attraction such as INFERNO 3D been attempted. Enter through the Gateway of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and journey through the very circles of the famed and dreaded Inferno. This will be the closest to Hell you would hope to experience, as the punished souls are found within the walls of the circles such as Gluttony, Wrath and Anger, Greed, Heresy and more. This over-the-top spectacle will be the show that everyone will be talking about!
The newly designed and even more disturbing Sanctuary of Insanity is here, the asylum that houses societies most criminally insane patients has experienced a complete collapse. An evil entity has made not only the patients even more disturbed, but the staff as well. Guests will experience pitch black hallways concealing demented patients throughout the halls, and a mind-bending maze of prison cells and pulse-pounding music will take all who enter to the brink of madness! New for 2016, introducing the maniacal founder of the Sanctuary, Dr. Nolan Taylor and his evil colleagues. Prepare to enter the Sanctuary of Insanity, but just don’t expect to ever make it out!
Bennett’s Curse is a short ride from Washington DC, Delaware, Virginia, and Pennsylvania. Come, experience Bennett’s Curse for yourself, and see why it’s the best and scariest Haunted House around! Email Haunt Owner
If you live in the Mid-Atlantic region, and I say that because I live in Virginia not Maryland, then there is one choice to see the very best that haunted houses has to offer and that is Bennett's Curse. Where most haunts have kid actors with lame latex masks, sneakers showing under their cheap costumes, and no theme at all, Bennett's Curse is like walking through another world. The theming rivals Universal Studios in it's scale, it is truly over the top and the most scariest place I've visited because they do such a great job suspending disbelief. Do yourselves a favor, spend your money wisely, and visit the best in the area and the best is Bennett's Curse!Posted 7/19/14
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