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Dungeons of Delhi

362 Anderson Ferry Road, Delhi

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 21, 2008
I was told that the cast of the Dungeons of Delhi is mainly children. I assumed that meant that it would be mild and even kid-friendly to the younger ones. I was wrong.  

The Halloween Haunt

Kings Island, Mason

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Greater Cincinnati’s largest amusement park opens its gates for this hit-and-miss nocturnal event that features 11 haunted attractions and two live stage shows.  

Haunted Miniature Golf

1018 Town Drive, Wilder

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 21, 2008
For those who enjoy the Halloween season but prefer it served with a cute pumpkin as opposed to a headless horseman, Town and Country offers the solution.  

Junction Nightmare and Jack-O-Lantern Junction

7379 Squire Ct., West Chester

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 21, 2008
EnterTrainment Junction is a model railroad entertainment complex, but its haunted house has nothing to do with trains. Instead, visitors find themselves thrown back in time to Jack the Ripper’s London, creeping through city streets that are deserted except for Jack and his victims.  

Land of Illusion

8762 Thomas Road, Middletown

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Virtually a theme park of haunted houses, Land of Illusion is an illusion itself: Not one haunted anything, it’s four, and each is better than the one before it.  

Loveland Castle Scary Knights

12025 Shore Road, Loveland

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Restrictions from local government have caused Loveland Castle’s annual Halloween event (now in its 23rd year) to adopt a tour format. This has actually helped, extending the tour time and increasing character interaction with hauntgoers.  

Mayhem Mansion

13966 Decoursey Pike, Morning View

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Take one huge old house, drop it into a secluded location and fill it with aggressive ghouls and creatures, and you’ll have Mayhem Mansion. It’s entered through a shuttered second story window and immediately plunges hauntgoers into stygian darkness.  

Mount Healthy Haunted Hall

7700 Seward Ave., Mount Healthy

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 21, 2008
The best scare for the buck, the Mount Healthy Haunted Hall delivers on scares despite its lower-than-many price tag. Run by a group of Boy Scouts, it’s more Blair Witch Project than some goodie two-shoes happy haunted house to raise a few bucks for a less scarier camping trip or service project.  

St. Rita’s Haunted House

1720 Glendale Milford Road, Evendale

2 Comments · Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Situated on a hilltop overlooking St. Rita’s School for the Deaf, this Cincinnati favorite is in its 33rd year and continues to provide an excellent evening of fright. Once you enter the house you’re transported into all the classic scary movies.  

SandyLand Acres

4172 Belleview Road, Petersberg

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 21, 2008
A haunted hayride just scary enough for adults but probably not too scary for older kids, the SandyLand Acres hayride (and corn maze, though I didn’t go through that) is a fun family-run ride on the back of a tractor through fields and forest on a rural farm.  

Springboro Haunted Hayride & Black Bog

6070 Springboro Road, Springboro

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Now in its 19th year, this perennial Halloween fave might be the only in the Tristate to warrant its own county directional sign — and with good reason. Split into two distinct attractions, it’s worth the countryside trek.  

USS Nightmare

101 Riverboat Row, Newport

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Being the only haunted house that floats has its advantages. The USS Nightmare is a B&B Riverboat that’s docked just below Newport on the Levee and takes on a decidedly waterborne theme.  

Get Scared

Halloween Event Listings

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 21, 2008
The best Halloween pub parties, masquerade balls, and family events in the entire city. Get scared with your friends, your kids, your relatives, and complete strangers... and have fun doing it.  

Cover Story: Fall Arts Calendar

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Art Galleries & Exhibits AISLE GALLERY 424 Findlay St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-241-3404 TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits) AQUARIUS STAR 1218 Sycamore St., Over-the-Rhine,   

Cover Story: As American As Apple Pie

New documentary film investigates the often hypocritical issue of steroids to get bigger, stronger and faster

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Americans are obsessed with being the biggest and the best. From business to war to sports, we have a long-running compulsion with winning. It should then come as no surprise that American athle