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Myrtle Beach Area Haunted Houses

Terror Under the Bridge:Some think this warehouse built in the 1890′s is haunted, and is the area’s only true haunted house.  This 8000 square foot, lower river warehouse, is located a few minutes from Myrtle Beach in downtown Conway underneath the Waccamaw River Bridge. Cost-$10/person.  For more information call (843) 283-9229.

Nightmare Haunted House:Established in the mid 1980′s, this mysterious dark attraction continues to horrify tourists and locals alike.  Cost-$10 for adults $7 for kids.  Your nightmare is located in downtown Myrtle Beach on the World Famous “Ocean Boulevard” at 1001 N. Ocean Blvd. We’re right across the street from the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and the Sky Wheel on the corner of Joe White Ave. and North Ocean Boulevard.  For more information call (843) 626-0022.

Visions of Horror:Visions of Horror will take of Broadway at the Beach for one creepy experience. Take a tour through this haunted house anytime through Halloween. They are located next to Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville.  Visions of Horror will be open at 6 p.m. nightly through Halloween at Broadway at the Beach.

Ripley’s Haunted Adventure:Located at 9th Avenue North on Ocean Boulevard, is open year round and features live actors inside a giant haunted house. The sounds and special effects add to each frightening walk through and are sure to chill you to the bones this Halloween. Cost- $14 for adults, $8 for kids. For more information call 843-448-2331.

For the Kids:Kids can choose their own adventures with scare-free and scare zones at the annual Howl-O-Scream at McLean Park in North Myrtle Beach. Activities include pumpkin painting, marshmallow roasting, hayrides and trick-or-treating. Howl-O-Scream is 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 27. In the event of a rainout, it will be rescheduled for that Sunday.

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Hilary is from Conway, SC and has been a lifelong visitor to North Myrtle Beach. She has lived in North Myrtle Beach permanently since 2009. A graduate of CCU’s History program, Hilary enjoys the local history and legend of the low-country as well as the modern growth of the tourism industry in Myrtle Beach. She works as a Marketing and Guest Services Assistant for Elliott Beach Rentals where she has been given the freedom to express her love and enthusiasm for the Grand Strand.

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