Home Forum Gallery Members Todays Posts

Cutting Edge Haunted House Rating: None

Texas Attractions / Landmarks / Places > Fort Worth Email This Bookmark Print
The Cutting Edge Haunted House is dubbed as the world?s largest ?walk through? haunted house, according to the Guinness World of Record. Located along the E. Lancaster Avenue at Forth Worth, Texas, the building was once a meat-packing factory originally built in 1908. The 235,000 square feet building has been abandoned, and incidentally located within the site of the town called as ?Hell?s Half Acre.? This area and old building were said to be the frequent base of famous criminals like Jesse James and Doc Holiday.

The walk through in the entire area of the building takes about 55 minutes excluding the outdoor environment of the place. The facade of the building displays different Halloween characters with creepy lighting effects. The realistic props and mannequins around the corners of the Cutting Edge made the visitors jump and run. It is also equipped and designed with old meat-packing instruments which relived the legend of sinister stories way back hundred years ago.

The century year old building has an eerie ambiance which creates goose bumps among visitors. It features a giant T-Rex dinosaur, a clown room, blood-stained chainsaws, and the effect of fog in several passages inside the building. It also hosts different events in occasions like Halloween, every Friday the 13th, and even in Valentine?s Day.

The Cutting Edge has different opening hours, though it typically opens at Fridays to Sundays 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM. There are occasions where the Cutting Edge is open until 12 midnight and also during weekdays. For accurate schedules, people can visit their websites where they usually post their schedules.
Edit Article

Cutting Edge Haunted House Pictures Add Picture

Cutting Edge Haunted House Videos Add Video