Scream City

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Steelhead Productions presents Scream City Washington DC featuring two completely indoor high-end state of the art haunted houses in one location at RFK Stadium/DC Armory in the District of Columbia! 2 State of the Art Haunted Houses in one location - Exorcism Estate and Slaughter Factor!

Exorcism Estate Haunted House:
Moonlight falls on the bent, rusted, twisted, wrought iron fence encircling the overgrown Victorian mansion. A cold wind swirls about, easing open the gate with a distinctive, chilling screech. Bloodstains sink deep into the floorboards of the porch and the musty smell of death and decay is evident in the midst of the cool fall breeze. Evil dwells in this place.

Do you dare enter this crumbling house that was once called home by a wealthy DC family back in the late 1800's? Shortly after their third daughter was born on Halloween night, the family mysteriously disappeared without a trace. Some claim the baby girl was the spawn of Satan himself and was possessed by a powerful demon that unleashed it's unholy power on the family. Others say the father went mad and killed them all after realizing who his wife had given birth to.

Whatever the case may be, this fall, the doors will be pried open, the shutters will be unlatched, the curtains opened, and the dust that has been settled for so long will be brushed aside for those that dare enter. Come see the tattered wallpaper, rotting beams and lonely statues that certainly will tell the tail of what happened that fateful Halloween night in 1874.

Slaughter Factory Haunted House:
Loud, crashing, rusty gears use to grind and rip the flesh off the bone of animals being slaughtered. Buzz saws pierce the air, as the overwhelming purr of heavy machinery vibrated the very ground you walked on in this sick and twisted factory. Years ago it was a booming business until madness, greed and power infected the owner.

It started with a small employee slipped and severed a finger that ended up being ground up with the day’s beef product. Instead of shutting down, cleaning and recalling, the money hungry owner shipped out the meat not wanting to waste precious time or profits. And if he would have stopped there, he might have gotten away with it. But it got worse, way worse. Before long, he started slipping further into his derranged darkness realizing he could do just about anything in his factory. Shards of bone, hair and even teeth were found riddled throughout the ground meats.

The owner had gone completely insane, fueled by the thrill of the slaughter. Nothing could quench his thirst for human blood, spilled across the cold, stained, concrete walls and floors. The authorities were contacted but it was too late. Almost all of his staff was slaughtered like livestock one fateful night and displayed like sides of beef hanging on rusty meat hooks stabbed through wrists and ankles.

The authorities called in a SWAT team to capture the maniac but even they couldn't stomach the horrors that were within. The putrid stench of rotting human flesh filled the air. The maze of hanging corpses made navigating the facility almost impossible and the team soon pulled out and sealed the factory. Locals claim to hear a saw running late at night and see a flickering light coming from one of the windows. Is it possible the owner is still around after 30 years living off the corpses of his employees? Find out for yourself as you journey through this stomach churning, and sickening, factory of terror! Email Haunt Owner
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One Block from the Stadium/Armory Metro Station. Scream City Washington DC haunted house is located undercover at 2400 East Capital Street in Washington DC, less than a tenth of a mile from the Stadium/Armory Metro stop off the Silver/Orange and Blue line. From Virginia, follow 395 North, across the Potomac River, for approximately three miles. • Bear to right to get on 695 (SE Freeway) • Take the 1C exit to 11th st SE • Turn left onto 11th St. SE (towards the Capitol) • Turn right onto Independence Ave • Independence Ave will lead to RFK Stadium Lot #8 From I-66 and Constitution Avenue: • From Virginia, follow Constitution East past the Capitol to Maryland Avenue • Turn left on Maryland and go two blocks to Stanton Square • At Stanton Square, turn right onto Massachusetts Avenue • Continue on Massachusetts to Lincoln Park (at 12th Street) • Go around Lincoln Park to East Capitol Street and turn right onto East Capitol • Follow East Capitol to RFK Stadium Lot #8 From I-270: • From Maryland, follow I-270 to I-495 (Capital Beltway) • Proceed east on the beltway (towards Silver Spring) • Continue to the Baltimore-Washington Parkway/295 (south) • Bear left onto 295 • Exit onto East Capitol Street to RFK Parking Lot #8 From I-95: • From Maryland, follow I-95 to I-495 (Capital Beltway) • Proceed east on the beltway (towards Richmond) • Continue to the Baltimore-Washington Parkway/295 (south) • Bear left onto 295 • Exit onto East Capitol Street to RFK Parking Lot #8 From Northern Virginia: • From Virginia, follow I-95/I-495 over the Woodrow Wilson Bridge (Potomac River) • Take the first exit in Maryland to I-295 • Remain on DC-295 when it splits to I-695 and DC 295 • Take the second exit onto Pennsylvania Ave (West) • Cross the Anacostia River and make a right at the first traffic light onto Barney Circle • Turn left at the 3-way stop onto 17th St. SE • At the traffic light, turn right onto Potomac Ave. SE • At the stop sign turn left onto 19th St. SE • At the second traffic light, turn right onto Independence Avenue • Independence Ave will lead to parking Lot #8.

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