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Netherworld remains on my shortlist of favorite haunted houses. It’s a lot of fun, and I can definitely understand why it’s often rated as one of the best haunted houses in the nation. The level of detail is impressive. I don’t scare easily, but they “get” me a few times when I walk through, especially when anything resembling a statue turns out to be a real person. The teen girls remain the most hilarious part of the night though, as quite a few scare easily. I didn’t know they could run that fast, but apparently they’re motivated to move when chased by creatures of the night.
Want a taste what you’ll experience while you’re there? Here’s the summary for 2016:
Monsters: “An invasion of horrific alien Monsters released from the unknown threaten our world and only the return of ancient creatures of Netherworld’s past can defeat them. As the struggle for dominance rages in the supernatural world, the very fate of our planet hangs in the balance. It has been 20 years since Dr. Colber opened the doorway to Netherworld and now the invasion of our planet reaches a fevered pitch in an epic war of the Monsters. Experience an incredible avalanche of never-ending horrors including The Flying Angel, The Lair of The Sea Witch, The Feasting Vampires, an army of Hideous Soul Eaters, and more.”
Vault 13: Meltdown: “During the events of last year’s Vault 13: Unearthed, the mad artificial intelligence Proteus seized control of Vault 13 and used its resources to capture his creator the Mangler. Proteus now demands that the Mangler create him a “bride” or the world will be destroyed with the massive nuclear arsenal of Vault 13! Can the chaos be stopped or will mutations, aliens, robots and nuclear destruction be unleashed on an unsuspecting planet slaughtering millions? All will be revealed in Vault 13: Meltdown featuring The Xenomorphic Terror, The Collapsing Missile, The Blast Off Inferno, the return of the Toxic Foam Room, and more.”
- For a limited time, you can use coupon code “RADIO” to save: $19.97 buys your combo ticket for Monsters & Vault 13: Meltdown at Netherworld Haunted House, thanks to a deal I heard on on 105.7. The discount is valid for admission on October 3, 4, or 5, 2016.
- You can snag coupons for Netherworld Haunted House at participating Subway locations as well as in most issues of Creative Loafing. The coupons will save you a few bucks on your visit, but FYI: No coupons are accepted on Fridays & Saturdays in October or on Halloween, so plan your trip accordingly to save.
- On any night EXCEPT for Fridays & Saturdays and Halloween, tickets are $23 each for Monsters or $28 for a combo ticket for Monsters & Vault 13: Meltdown. On Fridays & Saturdays plus Halloween, tickets are $25 each for Monsters or $35 for a combo ticket for Monsters & Vault 13: Meltdown. And $55 buys a SpeedPass for Monsters & Vault 13: Meltdown, letting you skip the line. For a limited time, you can use coupon code “Speed16” to save 20% on a SpeedPass; a limited number of discounted SpeedPasses are available, so get yours before they’re gone.
Netherworld Haunted House is located in the Georgia Antique and Design Center, 6624 Dawson Blvd, Norcross. The haunt will be open nightly from September 30-October 31 as well as November 4 & 5, 2016.