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Haunted Angelus House

8829 East Washington Street

The Haunted Angelus House raises funds for The Angelus, a Cerebral Palsy group home in Hudson Florida The first Haunted Aneleus opened in 2007 on the property of The Angelus. In 2012 The Haunted Angelus House Indy opened to help in raising funds for the Angelus and to continue the Tradition of Terror. For more info about The Angelus Click on the Angelus Tab to visit The Angelus website Open Rain or Shine We are open rain or shine, come wait in our warm inside waiting area and get ready to have the time of your life.


Naomi Frost

Sunday, Sep. 24, 2017

Great haunt! Workers are all volunteers so they actually get into it and love what they do. They are not afraid to scare kids, there's no difference. For all the haunt there is great price! There's also a black maze in the back that you can go through too at the end that comes with admission. Makeup and masks and characters are amazing! Definitely suggest it to people.

Christina Culbertson

Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017

It wasn't that scary this year. It might have been better if we hadn't walked in on the actors with their custom heads off and playing around. We go here every year hopefully next year's it better.

Jose I Garcia

Friday, Oct. 13, 2017

I appreciate reviews left by visitors. The reviews share true personalized opinions and Google will average that out. Great fun place. 35-45 minute haunt, well worth the minutes per dollar spent here.

Jennifer Mckenney

Saturday, Sep. 23, 2017

We had a group of 7. All of us had a good time. Everyone one of us jumped once or twice. Great set up. Very fun. Loved the clowns.

Mataunnia Stanley

Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017

At first I figured this would be a crappy haunted house quickly thrown together with some ok actors. But to my surprise this place is well laid out with attention to details and they have some great actors. I had a great time going through and will be bringing some of my friends with me next time.

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