Frequently Asked Questions
General Admission tickets for the 2015 season are $15 each, all ages.
RIP Fast Pass tickets are $20 (less waiting in line)
Doors open at 7pm. See our schedule for exact dates and times.
Tickets are available at the door or online using our ticket link
Is there a discount for children?
No. We do NOT discriminate! We scare everyone equally!
Is there a group discount?
We do not offer any group discounts. Follow us on Facebook for special promotions during the season.
Will I be scared?
Hopefully, that IS the purpose of a Haunted House! Remember different things frighten different people. What you might find disturbing may be terrifying to others. Our main goal is to entertain!
Can I bring children?
While you can bring children, it is up to the individual parent. We try and present a very realistic environment that may be disturbing for those of an impressionable age. But it will vary with the individual. We have had adults pee their pants and the 8 year old with them want to go through again!! Only YOU know what is best for your child.
I heard some people actually pee their pants?
Yes, that IS true! We usually have several confirmed “panty-wetters” each weekend. Better wear your Depends!
Can the actors touch you?
No. While the actors are trained not to touch you, the very close proximity or your own fear may result in you accidentally bumping into one of our actors. Of course if you don’t behave while in the haunt you’re “Open Season!” The “Lunatics” have been know to rip off an arm or leg, or worse.
Do you use fog or strobe lights in your haunt?
Yes. Warning signs are posted at the doors.
Can I bring my cell phone?
Sure you can bring it, but it is best if you turn it off and bury it deep in a pocket during your “stay”. Cell phone use is not allowed within the haunt and when scared anything in your hand or easily accessible pocket is usually the first thing that goes!!! Anything lost within the haunt will be collected at the evening’s end and available at the ticket booth the following night. Good rule, if you don’t want to lose it… don’t bring it!
Is photography allowed?
Sorry, but no. There are many reasons including the fact that a flash or strobe will temporarily blind our actors. It disrupts the other guest’s experience. If you are pausing to take pictures you slow down the line behind you.
Is this one of those haunts that just have a bunch of black walls and confined space and then some spots where the actor jumps out and screams BOO?
Absolutely NOT! As soon as you enter Skellington Manor your experience into the twisted minds at the Asylum begins. We pride ourselves in the fact that our job is to transport you into an altered reality. You do not merely walk a hallway and look into a cheesy scene, you walk through and are enveloped to become part of the scene. You escape the mundane rigors of your normal life to spend a few minutes in the heightened experience of OUR world! The Asylum is a walk through the twisted reality of a sanitarium filled with live actors, amazing special effects, crazed lunatics, maniacs and various freaks and oddities. What are you afraid of? Join Us!!
Is there a refund policy?
Once you buy your tickets, your experience begins. It is our job to scare you. If you stand in line and get too scared to go in, then we have already done our job before you even entered!!! If you are too scared to continue, we have done our job! If we have done our job, there is no reason for a refund!
How can I get additional information?
If your questions are not answered here contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on our Facebook page or call 563-344-9187.