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Email verified lots of fun.

This place reminded me of Disneyland, great fun haunt all around! We couldn’t stop laughing from all of the fun we endured!

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We drove from Lansing and this place did not disappoint. We couldn’t stop laughing throughout the entire haunted house! This place reminded me of Disneyland!

Very impressed

Great place to go! Truly scary. My kids got scared and I had to come out…couldn’t make through. They were great to deal with. We will definitely come back when the kids are ready! Thanks for being so caring!

Email Verified bad ass haunt

This is a 4 story haunt and it's super elaborate. The spider guy sitting on the stool was excellent at scaring people along with all actors. Was super fun and worth the money for sure!

Very Good This Year

Me and my family went last Night 10/13/22. It was Thursday. So there was hardly anyone there. Which is good, because we were not being sent in with other groups which i hate. The Changes made from when last time we went (Pre Covid) was good. The acting was good. The make up and effects were good also. Took about 20-25 minutes to get through. Glad We went this year.

Horrifying and amazing

I'm obsessed with all things horror and Halloween and this is my favorite haunted attraction I've been to! This year will be my 5th year in a row going to Erebus. If you like to be scared, this is the place for you. Ad long as they're open, I'll be there every year😊

1 out of 1 found this review helpful

It was crazy fun had a fuckin blast going again next weekend can’t wait to bring the rest of my crew through

1 out of 2 found this review helpful

Email Verified Very detailed and lots to look at.

Despite the outrageous wait times, the haunt is good. Not many places are multiple stories with multiple themed rooms. The quality is there for the props, some of the actors had timing issues, but other than that... not bad. I have been here atleast 5+ times.

2 out of 4 found this review helpful

Email Verified Fun, but with some disappointment

First, I did not find the attraction that scary simply because I do not scare easily, so others may find it scarier. However, I did find Erebus to be quite fun to walk through, and the price was reasonable since I went on a weekday. Be warned that parking is $5 cash, and if you buy a ticket there it is cash only. I did expect it to be crowded after reading some reviews before going, so I was not put off by the long line. Although, it was still a bit annoying when all the people in front of me were triggering the animatronic jump-scares. By the time I walked through the area, I knew what was coming and was not startled whatsoever. The special effects in Erebus were stunningly good and greatly contributed to fun. My favorite use of special effects was in the swamp area where they created a realistic looking fog that I had to walk through. The actors in the haunted house did their job excellently, they all stayed in character and seemed very into it. The major factor that brought my rating of the attraction down was the fact that they had me skip one or more areas of the haunted house, presumably because of how many people were there. When I was looking up information about the attraction, one of the features Erebus advertised the most was their "buried alive" ball area. I thought that sounded quite unique and fun, so I was looking forward to it. I was surprised and disappointed when I emerged from the ending of Erebus without going through that area. Since they had me skip that section, it also makes me wonder what else I missed simply because they were trying to get the crowds through as fast as possible. Overall, Erebus was a pretty good experience, but realizing that they made me skip one or more areas certainly put a damper on the fun. Next year, I will try a different haunted house in the area in hopes that my experience will not suffer from over-crowding like it did at Erebus.

7 out of 8 found this review helpful

Fantastic haunt! They actually put you in smaller groups. Great details and very well set up.Audio and visual effects were spot on. We enjoyed each room. Truly unique scares and phenomenal actors.Loved the interaction between guests and characters. Its scary yet still fun.

Good and reasonable too...

Went with my friend and we loved the whole experience. We’d anticipated long queues and hence opted for the fast pass and it helped. Clowns scared the crap out of my friend. Swamp was my favorite. For the scares, I thought Erebus was not too expensive.

Email Verified So much fun!

We drove for an hour to reach Erebus, and it was quite entertaining. The set design was creative, while the props, animatronics, special effects, and themes were pretty scary. Actors’ performed professionally. Few of the jump scares actually took me by surprise. So much fun!

Perfectly terrifying!

Erebus is perfectly terrifying! 3 years in a row still amazing! The theming and the details in the houses were pretty good. Sounds match the sets, which really makes them come to life. We had the best experience!

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Things to do | erebus adds new attractions to spooky season lineup.

Visitors to Erebus Haunted Attraction in Pontiac this season can take a behind the scenes tour with "Making of the Monster," the Erebus walk-through documentary. (Photo courtesy of Erebus Haunted Attraction)

Michigan’s largest haunted house attraction has some new tricks up its sleeve this Halloween season.

Co-owners Ed and Jim Terebus opened Erebus Haunted Attraction in downtown Pontiac in 2000, but they were running haunted houses well before then. The brothers got their start in the haunted house business in 1981.

As Jim describes it, his brother got involved with the JCS charity organization, who was known for their local haunted house. His brother loved it, and after a while, Jim and Ed decided to start creating their own haunted houses.

“Our first haunt was a $1.50 to get in and 1,200 square feet,” Ed remembers. “We did temporary haunted houses for 20 years, and then we opened in the building where Erebus is located today.”

Today, Erebus Haunted Attraction is one of the most recognized haunted attractions in the U.S., according to Ed, and the 2005 through 2009 holder of the Guinness World Record for largest walk-through haunted house.

Did Ed ever think Erebus would blow up so big?

“Well, when we bought the building in Pontiac, Jim remortgaged his house, and I sold mine,” Ed recalls. “So, it was succeed or die. Did we anticipate it being this big? No. Were we hoping it would? You bet. We had our taste of what we could do and what could happen.”

Erebus is a four-story haunted attraction, named after the Greek god of primordial darkness. It’s a year-round effort, even though the haunt is only open for the spooky season.

In addition to Erebus, Ed and Jim head up Erebus Escape, a year-round escape room, located just a few blocks down from the haunted house. They’re also opening Mythos Museum with Steve Shipp in an old daycare center building next to the haunt. The museum will have “oddities and curiosities,” including dinosaur bones, funeral parlor and mortician stuff, vintage Halloween masks, a fairy pinned to the wall and all sorts of things you won’t find at a normal museum.

Also new this year is Erebus’ “Making of the Monster” documentary. It’s a walk-through documentary that’s shown before doors open for the main haunt. It’s totally separate from the main haunt, too. Hours are from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Both the documentary and main Erebus Haunted Attraction run through Nov. 4.

"Making of the Monster," Erebus' walk-through documentary, features over 40...

"Making of the Monster," Erebus' walk-through documentary, features over 40 flat screen TV's sharing with visitors the haunted attraction's history, and a look "behind the scenes." (Photo courtesy of Erebus Haunted Attraction)

The "Attack on Area 51" attraction will return to Erebus...

The "Attack on Area 51" attraction will return to Erebus this season, along with new haunts and attractions. (Photo courtesy of Erebus Haunted Attraction)

Erebus is running a promotion through September to get $20...

Erebus is running a promotion through September to get $20 discounted tickets using the promo code September20. (Photo courtesy of Erebus Haunted Attraction)

“Making of the Monster” gives an inside look at the thrills and chills at Erebus. Attendees get to walk through the haunted space without having to worry about actors jumping out at them. Instead, they’re given a tour guide and watch clips to help explain how all the magic happens.

“We started to realize that we have clientele out there that loves Halloween but is not too crazy about being scared,” Ed says. “But, they are curious about what we do. So, we took out all the actors, so you have nothing jumping out at you. There are 40 TV monitors in the house that explain things, so people can walk through and see the props and understand how everything works.”

As for what’s new this year at Erebus Haunted Attraction, Ed says to expect an amped-up version of what you’ve been seeing.

“We’ve revamped the whole clown section, because everyone loves clowns or hates clowns or loves to hate them,” he says. “We’re revamping the swamp and kind of beefing things up this year. We’re taking some of the awesome things we have and making them bigger and better.”

So, what’s Ed’s favorite thing about Erebus?

“I think it’s the creativity of it,” he says. “We’re always doing something different. Also, I love seeing people laughing and giggling coming out of the haunt and talking about all the different things they saw. They go back and forth and laughing and smiling. When I see that, I think, yes, we were successful at doing this.”

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Erebus Haunted Attraction (Pontiac, MI) is offering “Fun Without the Fear Tours”


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Our 61-day hauntathon brings you   to a different haunted house  every day  from september 1st through october 31st, 2022. count down to halloween with  daily podcasts and videos  from haunted houses worldwide. to top it off, get your adrenaline pumping with  six   exclusive haunted house experiences  in various cities.  more info below. , u.s. haunts & events.

Erebus Haunted Attraction  (Pontiac, MI) is offering  “Fun Without the Fear Tours”  on Fridays & Saturdays from 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. for the rest of October. These weekend matinee shows allow guests to experience the sets, illusions, and sound effects without live actors. Strobe lights will also be turned off. “Erebus is known for its intensity and size, where creatures grab you, bite you, attack you and then bury you alive. We’ve had haunted house operators from across the state and around the globe travel to Erebus for a look at our set design, animatronics, illusions, and special effects,” said Erebus co-owner Ed Terebus. “Over the years, we’ve had people tell us they… want to experience Erebus without fear and see what happens without the scare. Now, we’re making that opportunity available to the public for the first time.” Tickets for the actor-free walk-throughs are available  online  for $15 per person. 

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This past week  Eastern State Penitentiary’s Halloween Nights  (Philadelphia, PA) partnered with  Haunters Against Hate  to  celebrate National Coming Out Day (October 11th) by hosting a Pride Night full of special festivities . “This is an opportunity for us as an organization that is part of the haunted attraction Halloween industry to support people of LGBTQ backgrounds in this industry and make sure that they are being supported not only at our event but events across the country,” said Brett Bertolino, Vice President and Director of Operations. The event featured special drag performances in both of the event’s themed bars (Bazaar Bar and Bloodline Lounge) and a cabaret performance in the Speakeasy at Al Capone’s Cell. Haunters Against Hate & Halloween Nights Pride Gargoyle shirts were on sale, with $2 of every shirt purchase donated to HAH.

Haunters  Pandora Rose  ( Darkrose Manor  – Aurora, CO),  Colleen Delawder  ( Historic Herndon Halloween House  – Herndon, VA),  Paul Brubacher  ( Markoff’s Haunted Forest  – Dickerson, MD),  Francisco Santos  ( The Horrorland  – Miami, FL), and  Thomas Hall  (Home Haunter – Richmond, VA) were featured in a recent Washington Post article,  “How to Decorate for Halloween, According to Spooky Season Die-Hards” . The group shared tips on how to choose your theme, decorate appropriately for your neighborhood, and save money on supplies. Three quick tips on how to make your house stand out on Halloween night: 1. Start with store-bought skeletons and add liquid latex for texture. 2. Carve pumpkins only a few days before Halloween to avoid rot. 3. Think about other senses – like smell. 

Kearney, Nebraska has a  new haunt for the 2022 season  –  Farmer Brown’s Field of Screams . The event features a Haunted Hay Rack ride and a 1/2 mile “Psycho Path” adventure on foot through the river bottom to Farmer Brown’s Farmstead. Survivors will return to the parking area by hay rack. This new scary attraction is open Fridays and Saturdays in October as well as Halloween night. Parking opens at 6:30 p.m. and the ticket booth opens at 7 p.m., with the final tickets being sold at 11 p.m. (9:30 p.m. on Halloween night). Tickets are only available at the door for $20 cash. 

Sweet Dreams Haunted House  has  opened in a new location in downtown Mobile, Alabama . Owners, Ronnie and Katelyn Jordan first opened Sweet Dreams in Summerdale before the pandemic, but decided to move the haunt to downtown Mobile after COVID-19 shut down many area businesses. “We sacrificed a lot [to build the haunt],” said Katelyn, “We sold our house and saved up a whole bunch of money in order to be able to bring it up to code, to bring it to what it is today.” The 30-minute walkthrough haunt now features over 60 scareactors. Tickets can be purchased on the event’s  official website , starting at $30 for General Admission and $50 for VIP Admission. 

The  CU Boulder College of Arts and Sciences Department of Theatre & Dance  showcased the scary side of Shakespeare’s works October 7th – 16th with  ShakesFear: An Autumn’s Tale . In this immersive theatrical experience, guests traversed the perimeter of the Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre and faced the most bloody, ghostly, and ghastly characters from the Bard’s work. “I didn’t realize how much material was actually there until we dug in,” said Kevin Rich, CU Boulder’s associate chair of theatre. “This is our third iteration of ‘ShakesFear,’ and we find more characters and scenes to include every time. There’s just so many witches, ghosts, villains, sprites, dead kings and queens… Immersive theater seems to be getting more and more common, so I’m thrilled to be able to give our students the opportunity to get some experience in this emerging art form.”

Haunted Harbor  (Tonawanda, NY)  returns to Gateway Harbor this Saturday, October 22nd . This event features trick or treat stations on both sides of the harbor, trick or treating along Webster Street, a Trunk or Treat at the United Methodist Church, and the Haunted House at the Tonawanda Senior Center. Cash prizes will be awarded to the most creative Trunk or Treat spaces. Over 1,500+ children and their families are expected to attend this beloved annual community event.

International Haunts & Events

Never underestimate how leveraging social media can help to promote your haunt. Fort Edmunton Park’s  DARK  (Alberta, Canada) has been  generating a lot of buzz on TikTok with their new Mr. Dark video series .  One video  alone gained 506.2K views in less than 48 hours and now sits at over 737.9K views, nearly 900 comments, and 61.7K likes. The entire series has generated over 2,581 new followers on their page and led to their highest DARK preseason ticket sale days after their viral video. Fort Edmonton’s Director of Experience Development, Teresa Ryan, said that Tik Tok “has been a great platform to showcase the Park and DARK in a new and unique way”.  Launching in time for Halloween,  Global Village  (Dubai, UAE) unveiled its  new House of Fear attraction . The upgraded attraction features a team of scare actors and nine immersive experiences – including a haunted cemetery, a hospital psych ward, and a screaming tree.  Alton Towers  (Alton, Staffordshire, UK) launched its newest attraction to celebrate the arrival of Scarefest –  The Invitation . The Invitation is an immersive audio experience mostly in complete darkness. Guests are invited to visit the Lakeside Cemetery mausoleum, where the friendly funeral director is dying to assist you as you descend into the burial chamber. Some caskets have already been filled, but others are still empty, waiting for you. Scarefest takes place on select dates through October 31st. Tickets are on sale now on the event’s  official website , starting at £32.00 for all four mazes (theme park admission required). 

Conventions & Mixers

In an October 8th social media post, the  West Coast Halloween Convention  announced the  cancellation of their 2023 event . After months of searching, show management was unable to secure an adequate venue for the event, and, according to the post, they felt “attempting to put the show on in only a few short months is not only unfair to our amazing team of volunteers, but also unfair to you, our loyal attendees and vendors who are looking to secure time off and make travel arrangements.” WCHC hopes to return strong in 2024. 

Theme Parks

Universal Studios Hollywood’s  Halloween Horror Nights   added an additional night to their season – Wednesday, October 19th . Face 8 haunted houses, the Terror Tram, scare zones, a live show, and exhilarating attractions. Tickets are available via the event’s  official website .  Visit  Holiday World  (Santa Claus, IN) on Saturday, October 22nd or Saturday, October 29th to witness 300 LED-lit drones take to the Holiday World sky for a unique drone and fireworks spectacle,  Halloween in the Sky . This one-of-a-kind, 15-minute spectacle celebrates Halloween with huge designs that fill the entire sky and will end with a special announcement for 2023. “Halloween in the Sky” will begin at 7:45 p.m. each night and is included with general admission. Tickets are available  online  starting at $44.99 for one-day general admission.

LVCRFT  has released their 4th album,  Scream Warriors , just in time for Halloween. The album collaborates with composer Christopher Young – known for his terrifying film scores, including  Hellraiser ,  Sinister ,  Drag Me to Hell ,  Nightmare on Elm Street 2 , and many more. Listen now via  your favorite streaming service , or buy the album on  Bandcamp . Learn about the making of the album from LVCFT and Christopher Young via our recording of the  live panel at the Dolby Screening Room album release party . 

They’re back!  McDonald’s  iconic  Halloween pails will return October 18th – 31st . After weeks of rumors and anticipation, McDonald’s officially confirmed the return of its Halloween Happy Meal in an October 6th press release. McBoo, McPunk’n and McGoblin, who first appeared in 1986, will be available at participating locations. 

Food & Beverage  released an interactive map of the  Most Popular Candy by State for 2022 . The group gathered 15 years worth of data to create the map (2007 – 2021). Reese’s Cups were an overall favorite — with the chocolate peanut butter treat taking the top spot in five states (California, Florida, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Wyoming). The next most popular candy was Skittles, ranking #1 in Alabama and Oklahoma and #2 and #3 in a handful of other states. Other candies ranking in the top ten across the nation were M&M’s, Starburst, Hot Tamales, Sour Patch Kids, Hershey Kisses, Snickers, Tootsie Pops, and Candy Corn.

Instacart  also released a  top-ten list of candy  this week. The company tallied candy sales from 2021 to find the most-ordered treats. Unsurprisingly, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups topped the list with over 116 tons of the candy ordered. The other top sellers were: Peanut M&M’s (92 tons), M&M’s (94 tons), Snickers (65 tons), Hershey’s Milk Chocolate (65 tons), Twizzlers (56 tons), Kit Kat (49 tons), Twix (48 tons), Starburst (37 tons), and Milky Way (36 tons).

Krispy Kreme  will transform into Krispy Skreme this Halloween season with the debut of their  Haunted House doughnuts . Four spooky new doughnuts will be available through October 31st. The “Spooky Spider Doughnut” is an Original Glazed® Doughnut dipped in chocolate icing and topped with chocolate cookie pieces, an icing spider web, and a spider sugar piece. The “Boo Batter Doughnut” is filled with delicious cake batter, topped with neon green icing, spooky sugar sprinkles, buttercream, and a ghost sugar piece. The “Scaredy Cat Doughnut” is filled with delicious KREME™, dipped in purple icing and decorated with green frosting and chocolate icing, topped with a chocolate cat piece. Lastly, the “Neon Orange Sprinkle Doughnut” is an Original Glazed® Doughnut with neon orange icing and topped with a Halloween sprinkle blend. Purchase a Krispy Skreme Haunted House Dozen to receive three of each in a specialty Halloween box.

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Day 46: The Thirteenth Hour in Indianapolis, IN The Thirteenth Hour  in Indianapolis recently transitioned from an outdoor location to a new indoor building. Today, Tyler is on-location with Ben to learn about the move and this year’s show. Day 45: Hatch & Kraven’s Slaughterhouse in Dennison, TX Hatch & Kraven’s Slaughterhouse  has moved and expanded over the last few years into a full SlaughterPLEX. Today, we’ll learn all about it. Day 44: Shaqtoberfest at The Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA Shaqtoberfest  is one of the most hotly anticipated haunt event of 2022 in Southern California. Today, we’re on-location hearing about the event’s creation from Chris Stafford. Chris is the CEO of thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group, one of the producing groups for this first year event. Day 43: Dark Harvest in Anaheim, CA Dark Harvest  returns to Anaheim in a new location. Pirates Cave Productions joined Dark Harvest this year to bring more technical scenes. Today we’ll speak with Adam LeBlanc from Dark Harvest and Dave Larson from Pirates Cave Productions about the new experience. Day 42: Disney Halloween Around the World with Dizney Coast to Coast Today, it’s a cross-over episode! I recorded this episode with Jeff Depaoli for  Dizney Coast to Coast . “Dizney Coast to Coast” is an entertaining and informative podcast about anything and everything related to The Walt Disney Company. Jeff and I discuss Halloween in this episode at every Disney property worldwide, and I rank my favorites. BONUS: Haunted Attraction Industry News for Oct 11 Day 41: Frightmare 2.0 in Gloucester United Kingdom Frightmare Halloween Festival  has been going for 20 years in Gloucester, but they’ve recently moved into testing out scary mazes. Today, Mikey from  ScareTrack  is on location to explore the new scares. BONUS: The WTO & Takeaways from Eastern State Penitentiary The WTO’s outlook for 2023 isn’t great. Scott and discuss what that means for the attraction industry, plus takeaways from Eastern State Penitentiary. Day 40: All Saints Lunatic Asylum in Apple Valley, CA Apple Valley is located at the southern edge of the Mojave Desert. Apple Valley’s professional haunted attraction is  All Saints Lunatic Asylum . Today, we’re going on location to learn about the haunt and its transition over the last 15 years. Day 39: Haunted Harvest inside Frosty’s Forest in Chino, CA Haunted Harvest  is inside Frosty’s Forest in Chino, CA. Think of a haunt where each scene is split up and separated by lots of corn. Instead of flats and transition hallways, you have lot of corn and plenty of opportunities for scares outside. But the corn comes with some challenges. Today, we’ll hear about this year’s themes and the challenges that come with this style of haunt. Day 38: Carnival of Darkness in Ontario, CA Carnival of Darkness  is a new haunt inside Little Rascals Pumpkin Patch in Ontario. Today, we’ll hear from the Owner Kekoa about their theme and what it’s like transitioning from haunter to owner.  Day 37: Basement of the Dead in Aurora, IL A family of home haunters bought  Basement of the Dead  10 years ago, and they’ve been so successful they expanded into another location. Today, we’ll speak to Jason Seneker about their design philosophy and expansions. Day 36: Distracted Haunted House in Bowling Green, OH Now in its 7th season,  Distracted Haunted House  in Bowling Green, Ohio, is known for its original characters and diversity of staff. Today, Max is on-location speaking with owner Scott Francis about this season. Here’s Max and Scott.  BONUS: Halloween Trends with Jeff DePaoli We’re talking about trends in Halloween events and Haunts with Jeff Depaoli! Jeff DePaoli is a producer and entertainer living in Los Angeles. Jeff hosts the  Dizney Coast to Coast  podcast and is a writer for Attractions Magazine. We cover many events between the two of us, and this is a fun conversation recapping what we’ve seen so far this season.  Day 35: Halloween on Ambush Home Haunt in Churchville, NY Halloween on Ambush  in Churchville, NY, was featured on Good Morning America and even the Newest Book from Ripley’s Believe It or Not. Last year, the home haunt display featured two full-size pirate ships with show effects. Today, we’ll chat with creator Tony DeMatteo about this year’s plans and some of his challenges.  BONUS: Haunted Attraction Industry News for Oct 4 Read more  here .  Day 34: Bones Gulch Haunted Attraction in Castaic, CA The new  Bones Gulch Haunted Attraction  in Castaic, CA, is a collaboration of Beware the Dark Realm, Restless Souls Manor, and The Farm Haunt. These three haunts joined forces with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department to build Bones Gulch at the Jack Bones Equestrian Center. All funds raised benefit the LA Sherriff’s Department Museum. Today, I’m taking you into Bones Gulch with audio recorded during opening night, then you’ll hear from the museum curator about why this event is so vital for the community. Day 33: The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride The  Los Angeles Haunted Hayride  is once again open in Griffith Park. After acquiring the hayride, Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group established a central narrative to tie the experience together – the town of Midnight Falls. Guests pass into the fictional town of Midnight Falls, and every attraction ties into the town’s story. Today, we’re speaking with Chris Stafford, CEO of Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group, about this year’s expansions and some unique challenges facing the hayride.  BONUS: Hurricanes, Chaperones, and Shootings While parks have reopened after Hurricane Ian, Knott’s tweaked their chaperone policy, and Kennywood reels from shooting during Phantom Fall Fest. 

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October 6, 2023

Erebus Haunted House – Michigan’s Largest Haunted House!

Be ready to be terrified!

by Cliff Duvernois

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Halloween season is here! This means that Erebus Haunted House is just waiting to scare the piddle out of you! Ed and Jim Terebus started their business more or less on a lark. And it quickly grew into Michigan’s top haunted destination. Four stories, over half a mile of scary scariness. Make sure to bring your giggles (and a change of underoos) to his awesome attraction!

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Nestled in the heart of Pontiac, Michigan, Erebus stands tall as one of the nation’s premier haunted attractions, drawing thrill-seekers and horror enthusiasts from far and wide. This iconic haunted house has become synonymous with spine-chilling experiences and heart-pounding scares, making it a must-visit destination for those in search of a truly terrifying Halloween adventure.

Founded by brothers Ed and Jim Terebus, Erebus quickly gained a reputation for pushing the boundaries of fear and providing a unique and immersive haunted experience. The name “Erebus” itself has ties to Greek mythology, representing the primordial deity of darkness, fitting for an attraction dedicated to instilling fear in the bravest of souls.

Over the years, Erebus has evolved and expanded, incorporating cutting-edge technology and innovative scare tactics to keep visitors on the edge of their seats. The haunted house has consistently ranked among the top haunted attractions in the United States, cementing its status as a staple in the world of horror entertainment.

The Journey Through Erebus:

Erebus offers a multi-level, interactive haunted experience that takes visitors on a journey through dark corridors, eerie hallways, and terrifying scenes. The attention to detail in the design and execution of each room adds to the overall immersive atmosphere, creating an environment that feels genuinely haunted.

One of Erebus’s unique features is its ability to adapt and change, ensuring that returning visitors are met with new and unexpected scares each year. The haunted house boasts a variety of themes, from classic horror elements to contemporary twists, providing a diverse range of frights for all tastes.

Erebus has garnered acclaim not only for its elaborate design but also for the quality of the scares it delivers. Online reviews consistently praise the haunted attraction for its realism, attention to detail, and the dedication of its actors in bringing the nightmares to life.

One visitor on a popular review site raved about the “intense and heart-pounding experience,” noting that Erebus exceeded their expectations in terms of both scares and entertainment value. Many reviewers appreciate the interactive nature of the attraction, with surprises waiting at every turn.

While Erebus has received overwhelmingly positive reviews, some have cautioned that it is not for the faint of heart. The intensity of the scares, combined with the dimly lit passages and unsettling ambiance, may be too much for those who are easily frightened.

Erebus in Pontiac, Michigan, stands as a testament to the creativity and passion of its founders, offering a one-of-a-kind haunted experience that has become a Halloween tradition for many. Whether you’re a seasoned horror enthusiast or a first-time visitor, Erebus promises an unforgettable journey through the depths of fear. As the darkness descends upon Pontiac, Erebus remains a shining beacon for those seeking the ultimate thrill in the world of haunted attractions. Embrace the terror, and let Erebus take you on a chilling adventure that will linger in your nightmares for years to come.

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Review Highlights

Mindy M.

“ The spinning tunnel and moving floors were a nice touch, and you really got surprised by what you saw around every corner. ” in 2 reviews

Wally A.

“ The coolest part to me is the swamp , it feels like you are going under water! ” in 4 reviews

Chapin P.

“ My dad and I came here for the halfway to Halloween and its blackout where you only have a glowstick. ” in 8 reviews

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18 S Perry St

Pontiac, MI 48342

Downtown Pontiac

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Erebus the 4 story Haunted House is located in Pontiac, Michigan and was entered into the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Walk-Through Haunted Attraction from Aug. 2005 - Sept. 2009. …

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I wish I could give this place a higher rating. I came here about 8 years ago and then just recently last month and I couldn't notice any major differences in the set up- the elevator in the beginning, the plastic ball claustrophobia stunt, green laser swamp, the side of the building optical illusion, etc. I don't think they spaced out the groups accordingly because we kept running into the group that was in front of us, which ruined any chance of us actually being scared. It doesn't actually seem four stories when you're going through it- just a bunch of windy confined spaces. Compared to other haunted houses in the area, Erebus definitely lasts longer. It takes about 45 minutes to get through (not including the wait time once you're inside). If it is your first time going here, you will definitely enjoy the experience.

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They let too many people in at once. We were constantly catching up with random people that went in before us. Yes they have some cool props but barely any "jump" scares. Not many actors/workers that actually jump out. Way too many props and not worth the money.

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No question, Erubus is the BEST haunted house in Michigan. The building is well decorated and truly gives the scary spirit. The line went fast and entry was quick. As for the attraction itself, I feel it is very balanced, pacing is good (never ran into another group) and has plenty of scare tactics. Staff was polite, and the people scaring stayed in character the entire time!! I've gone year after year and find new things every time. Definitely recommend going!!

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I love jump scares, and Erebus did not disappoint. The place offers various environments inside, and I just had a blast. They were really creative and appreciate the season of Halloween!

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Boo! Erebus haunted house in Pontiac was the largest haunted house according to the Guinness book of records several years in a row. We visited a couple of years ago for the first time, and returned again in October of 2014. The lines outside the building can get crazy, and once you're past those there are plenty more inside. The lines outside can be somewhat circumvented by ordering tickets online ahead of time, these tickets go per time slots of 30 minutes for entry. Once inside there'll be plenty of opportunity to warm up from the cold Michigan fall season, as others have mentioned it is awfully hot in and throughout the building. The story line remains the same, rather vague biopic of a scientist whom invented a time traveling device. The actual 'travel' you're undergoing through this massive walk-through experience feels quite disjointed, haphazard and most definitely not chronological. It was a little disappointing to see so many familiar things from the last time we visited. I wonder if anything at all has changed; my memory isn't all that wonderful, but we recognized quite a bit. During our visit the staff stayed in character, some were delightfully creepy whereas others were plain disturbing. My favorites were the spider area and the swamp area, they had some pretty cool physically, and (if you're jumpy) mentally challenging things going on. The cost is alright, roughly $25 per person for a regular adult ticket, though ticket prices vary from day to day. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays are slightly more expensive. Wednesdays are family night, and visiting on the remaining days will save you a small amount of money.

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Terrible experience. I spent $45 on one VIP ticket. BIGGEST waste of money on any haunted house. The special effects are mediocre, the workers are rude and touchy, it is RIDICULOUSLY hot, and overall not scary. I expected more jump scares if the workers were not so LAZY and breaking character the whole time. It was obvious that they hate their job. Regular customers wait 2 hours outside the building and another hour inside the attraction waiting for something scary to pop out. Nothing. I'm the type to get scared easily too! This says a lot! Erebus gets so much hype because of its size but the experience is so unsatisfying that I fainted from boredom rather than fear. Biggest waste of time and money.

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This is my second time over the years and am just as upset. The place was set up cool and has potential to be scary. We paid extra for the timed entrance which still puts you in an extremely long line. They don't break the groups up well enough to get away from other people and props weren't set back up. The actors were ridiculously terrible. Most didn't try at all. I tried to refuse to go into the room they fill with disgusting plastic balls that there is no way to sanitize and they made it seem like you had to to get to the next part but you just come out the same door. I'm open to getting scared and this was so disappointing.

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Freaking awesome. They go all out and it's amazing. Worth the money, worth the wait. Plain worth it.

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So disappointing. Im a scaredy cat, and hubs finds humor in my fear. Im normally anxious upon entering, heart thumping throughout, and sweaty. NOTHING here. ZERO. Theres no preshow here, you just stand in line. Once inside you stand in line again at a ticket window...even if you already have tickets. They take your ticket, and give yooooouuuu.....a ticket! Another line follows. Then you give your ticket to someone else and enter a room. Blah blah blah, walk past 2 halfhearted "boos" that we saw getting set up because they weren't even in place before we got there. Up the steps to a hallway......and another line. TVs play "breaking news" except you're standing there so long that the same "disaster" story played 20 times before we got to move into another room where we listened to "no cell phones" etc standard stuff (so really we haven't even started the show at this point). Waaaaaallllk and walk, boo, Ima eat you, aarrgh, I want your bloood, waaaaaallllk. Every corner I kept waiting for the show to start, but it didnt. The water/frog thing was unique. The one chick getting stretched in half was cool (good scream but no stopping to look "keeep walking", no blood spurt, nothing). Ball pit/buried alive? Nope. Didn't happen. Saw some balls on the floor, and at some point they took 2 people from our line off a different way, maybe thats where they went. Another stairway, a door, and a concessions stand. We looked at each other and said "Thats IT?!" So thankful I won the tickets, I would've been pissed if I had paid anything for them let alone an upgrade. Way too many people at the same time, way too little effort or ability to scare, truly disappointed. Bucket list: check!

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Had such a great time here last night! The wait was not long!! Actors did such a great job and the amount of work they put into the details were beyond my expectations! My friend and I left so happy! Great time would definitely go back again next year The time spent in there is long for a haunted house and definitely worth the money spent!

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From the north:.

Take I-75 South to M-59 West (exit 77). Follow M-59 until you get to downtown pontiac. Cross over woodward, make a left on Perry and continue to drive 4 blocks down perry and we are on the right-hand side.

From the South:

Take I-75 North to M-59 West (exit 77). Follow M-59 until you get into downtown pontiac. Cross over woodward, make a left on Perry and continue to drive 4 blocks down perry and we are on the right-hand side.

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Take M-59 until you get into downtown pontiac. Cross over woodward, make a left on Perry and continue to drive 4 blocks down perry and we are on the right-hand side.

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Take M-59 East until you get to North Perry and turn right. We are the last building on the right.

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Check out these chilling reviews, "an experience you won't forget".

- 101.1 WRIF

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"Erebus is an unequaled, masterpiece of horror."

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"This has become the best haunted house I've been through."

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"It's four stories tall, state of the art special effects, and Hollywood quality makeup. This is why this baby gets line-ups clear across the block, and always has. Erebus is perfect in every way."

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"Parents bring their children one weekend and come back again next weekend with friends leaving the children at home. It's a unique experience for everybody to enjoy."

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