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If you’re looking for a great Halloween experience in Ohio, you should visit Bloodview Haunted House in Broadview, Ohio. You can be scared out of your wits and all the money you pay for this will go to charity.
Since 1980, the Broadview Heights Lions Club has run the Bloodview Haunted House to raise money for local and national charitable causes. It is the only charity haunt in all of Cuyahoga County.
Bloodview Haunted House is produced by The Legion of Terror, which is the world’s oldest improvisational horror acting, make up and special FX organization. Every actor and make up artist is a volunteer. Lions Club members staff the ticket booth and parking lot. No one gets paid. Everyone is doing it for charity and because they love being part of The Scare.
The Bloodview Haunted House is where horror comes to life. Twisted imaginations and improv acting skills create an altered reality of terror.
The house is filled with monsters, creatures from another realm. They feed off the energy generated by your fear and anxiety. Enter and know that you have left your world for a world filled with terror.
When you enter the house, you’ll be surrounded by all sorts of monsters. They’ll interact with you and they’ll hunt you. The monsters may touch you but they won’t grab you or push you. Killer clowns are in there….but exactly where will be a surprise.
There will be spine tingling special effects and plenty of gore. You’ll encounter strobe lights and fog. Your walk through the house will be filled with scares and thrills. More than just a haunted house, Bloodview is a totally interactive horror environment.
There is plenty of parking and a covered waiting area. Food vendors will be there with delicious treats available for purchase. There are bathroom facilities on site.
Broadview is located about twenty miles from both Cleveland and Akron. The Haunted House makes it well worth the trip.
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