Spooky in September

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You’ve heard the phrase “everything's bigger in Texas,” in most cases this is true, but it is especially true when it comes to haunted houses. Texas holds the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest haunted house. Cutting Edge Haunted House is in the heart of Fort Worth Texas. Located inside a 100 year old, multi storied, abandoned meat packing plant this popular attraction goes all out to provide quality scares. Along with holding the Guinness World Record, Cutting Edge is also ranked #6 on Yahoo’s “Most Terrifying Haunted Houses in the U.S.” list.

Nosferatu flicking a light switch on and off.

Due to its massive popularity the attraction has been known to attract celebrities, like “Jackass” stars Bam Margera and Ryan Dunn. The attraction is so massive that on average it takes guest 55 minutes to explore the many horrifying features. Part of the experience includes very realistic human mannequins get hoisted up to the top level where it goes through the meat processor for the gruesome butcher.

Animated bats flying in front of a spooky haunted house.

Cutting Edge opens its gates on September 15th and runs through November 4th, and is open rain or shine. Tickets are $30 a person and run out fast!

1701 E. Lancaster Ave.
Fort Worth, Texas 76102

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P.S. You might be thinking to yourself, “Why is a swimsuit company telling me about a haunted house?” Here at SeylAnywhere we believe you shouldn’t be held back by fear. Life is too short to allow anything stop you from having a good time. Whether it’s a haunted house or not, use this as your inspiration to go out and try something wild, crazy, or out of your comfort zone. I promise you the more you test yourself the better you will get to know who you really are.