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The Barn of Terror and the Circle of Hell

The Hudson Valley's Scariest Haunted House

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Thrill seekers, adrenaline junkies, and daredevils beware. The dark shadows of evil have converged upon the Barn of Terror to haunt, heckle, and harrow even the bravest among us. Named one of the “Top Ten Haunted Houses in New York State” by USA Today, the Barn of Terror features 8 rooms of bloodcurdling barn frights, the horrifying silo, a mind-bending corn maze, shocking mineshaft, eerie field house, the cursed Cornville, and of course the Kobbe family, and their mysterious followers…..The Barn of Terror is NOT for the feint-of-heart!

Scaring the public for 15 years, the Barn of Terror is located in Lake Katrine, NY, and open at 7pm every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through October 29 or until no bodies left.

Tickets: $33/pp
Discounts of $3/each for parties of 10 or more with reservations (info@thebarnofterror.com)
Military personnel, vets, police, firefighters, EMTs with ID also receive $3 off pp.

LOCATION:
25 Thru View Farm Road on Old Kings Highway
Lake Katrine, NY

www.thebarnofterror.com

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