Hellscream Haunted House
Excerpts from a reporter’s bloodstained journal found near Dr. Von Helton’s Laboratory at Hellscream Haunted House:
There is no escape. Not now at least. If I get out of here, I expect a HUGE raise from my editor. What was he thinking sending me out here?! As if it wasn’t dangerous enough with all the reports of Dr. Von Helton’s “experiments”…a train crash? Really? And a circus train at that! Wild animals running amuck! Yeah, that’s a great place for an intern. Partly my fault I guess. I’ve loved the Slaughter Brother’s Circus since I was fourteen. The lights, the colors, the roar of the crow and, of course, the Slaughter Brothers themselves. Jack Slaughter with his dirty sleazy mustache and…James. A more charismatic and handsome man there never was. I loved their duality. It was mesmerizing. Ugh…I can’t believe I let the fourteen year old girl in my head talk me into this!
It’s been hours now. Will the screaming ever stop??? I’ve checked the door at least a hundred times, but it’s no use. It must have locked from the outside when I climbed in here. I can still hear the sirens and see the lights of emergency services through the cracks in the metal. Why is no one coming? I dare not scream for help. I can still see that thing that chased me in here when I close my eyes.
I had to take my shoes off. There was this green sludge oozing from that truck that hit the train. Guess I must have stepped in it. It boiled the soles right off! I loved those shoes. To make matters worse it looks like it burned my heel. Wonderful.
I cannot believe what I just saw. There are no words graphic enough to describe it, but I must try. I saw another local reporter. I can’t remember her name; the pretty one with the blonde hair and perfect dimples. God I hated her…but I wouldn’t have wished this. She was attacked and taken away…by those things. Some looked like animals…others like circus staff, but different somehow. Then I saw…him; across the field, through the twisted metal, carnage, and fire. It was Jack Slaughter. He survived. He was dragging something. At first I thought it was a ball and chain, but it wasn’t. As I squinted I could plainly see it was a spine…with a head. I vomited. It was James. His face was as handsome as ever, but now still and silent. It looked like Jack was barking orders to the creature, but I couldn’t make them out. What the hell is going on! I’ve never been an easily frightened person. I’ve seen my fair share of the gruesome side of humanity…but this?! This is truly terrifying. I can’t stop shaking.
There is an awful smell in here…aside from my vomit. Lost my phone when I was running or I’d use the flashlight. I crawled deeper into the boxcar to investigate; my foot hurt too badly to walk. Dead bodies. Lots of them. One half hanging from a hole in the boxcar roof…or was it the side? I couldn’t tell as it had obviously tumbled several times. It was up. Too high to reach and climb out. That’s all that mattered I guess. That body was the only identifiable one. The nametag on his lab coat read Dr. Von Helton. At least one good thing came out of all this. That murderous bastard won’t hurt anyone else. Great headline…if I get to report it.
The smell wasn’t the bodies. It was my foot. The decay is up to my calf now. God this hurts, like it’s on fire! I poured some mouthwash on it from my purse. It stings horribly but maybe the alcohol will help to disinfect it. Either way…it smells better. Minty.
The scratching and snarling started a few moments ago. I heard my phone ring outside. Maybe it was the sound or the smell of my mouthwash, but regardless, something knows I’m here. No one is coming to rescue me. Only one choice now. I’m going to use the last of my strength to stack the bodies and try and climb out of this mess. The thought of climbing on corpses disgusts me, but there is no alternative. I’d say, “wish me luck” but if someone is reading this, I’m probably dead. So one last note: Mike…you know who you are. You don’t get my dog. Screw you Mike.
3021 North Hancock Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80919
Colorado’s Ultimate Haunted House, is not only one of the scariest haunted houses in Colorado and the Midwest, but one of the Top Haunted Houses in the Nation. For 6 years this intense, cutting edge, multi story, multi attraction haunted event has thrilled and terrified visitors…regularly garnering attention from the likes of NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, and the Colorado Springs Gazette. Named scariest and best in Colorado Springs numerous years by the Colorado Springs Gazette, and named the scariest and most feared Haunted House in Colorado by several websites, and organizations! Created by film, television, and special effects professionals, HellScream is also notable for its custom movie quality special effects, amazing actors, unique themes, and extremely detailed sets. Don’t miss one of America’s best haunted houses…visit HellScream this Halloween season!
Tickets available on line or at the gate.
- Rated as the 2016 #1 Haunted House in Colorado by Spooky Colorado
- Rated as the 2016 #1 Haunted House in Colorado by Mile High Haunts
- #1 Best Halloween Best Halloween Activity in Colorado Springs 2016 from My719Moms.com.
- 2016 Colorado Haunted Houses Top Rated Attraction
- 2015 Colorado Haunted Houses Top Overall Attraction
- 4th Scariest Haunted House Video in America as rated by The Scare Factor.
- Nationally ranked as one of MSN’s “20 Haunted Attractions That Aren’t Scary Expensive“
- Peoples choice award for Best Scare & Best Value in Colorado by “Our Town Live” on 740 KVOR
- Big Papa’s Grill will be featuring some of the best hot dogs, and ghoulish delectable food in Southern Colorado
Rules, Disclaimers & Warnings
READ BEFORE ENTERING ANY OF THE ATTRACTIONS!
- No Running
- No Video or Photography
- Remove All Jewelry/Earrings
- No High Heels–Must Wear Shoes
- No Touching Props or Actors
- Keep Your Hands to Yourself
- Not Responsible for Lost or Stolen Items
- Do Not Enter if you are Pregnant or have Broken Bones/Casts
- You May Be Removed From Attractions without Refund
Warnings and Disclaimers
Hellscream reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone. You will experience intense audio, lighting, extremely low visibility, strobe lights, fog, damp or wet conditions, moving floors, special effects, sudden actions, and an overall physically demanding environment. You should NOT ENTER this haunted house if you suffer from asthma, heart conditions, prone to seizures, physical ailments, respiratory, or any type of medical problem, or are pregnant, or suffer any form of mental disease, including claustrophobia. Closed Circuit cameras are used throughout this attraction.
DO NOT ENTER the attractions if you are intoxicated, wearing any form of cast, medical brace, using crutches, or have any type of physical limitation. Do not enter the attractions if you are taking medication or using drugs of any type. You will not be admitted if any of these conditions are to be noticed by our staff.
DO NOT ENTER IF YOU SUFFER FROM ASTHMA • HEART CONDITIONS • SEIZURES • OR ANY TYPE OF MENTAL, PHYSICAL, RESPIRATORY, AND/OR MEDICAL PROBLEMS. DO NOT ENTER THE ATTRACTIONS IF YOU ARE NOT PHYSICALLY FIT. ATTRACTIONS REQUIRE GUESTS TO WALK GREAT DISTANCES.
THESE ATTRACTIONS USE STROBE LIGHTS, FLASHING LIGHTS, AND FOG.
DO NOT smoke, run, eat, or drink inside the attractions. Additionally, there is no touching of the actors, customers, or props inside the attractions. No video or flash photography may be taken inside the attractions. You will not be admitted and asked to leave the property if any of the rules are not followed.
THERE ARE NO REFUNDS! ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK!
Your ticket is a revocable license and may be taken and admission refused upon refund of purchase price prior to entering the attraction. Holder of this ticket understands that there are inherent risks involved in attending these attractions. Holder voluntarily assumes all risks and dangers associated with participation in these attractions. In consideration and acceptance of entrance into these attractions, holder agrees to release the operators, its parent corporations, affiliates, officers, directors and employees, and landlord from any liability, harm, injury or death, cost or expense whatsoever that may arise, directly or indirectly, from attending this attraction or any of the attractions at this location. There will be no refunds following admission into the attraction.