2016 Reviews and Articles


"...This was hands-down the creepiest, most bizarre place I've ever been. If you're looking for a scare... Fright Haven will not disappoint. "Ryan Kristafer, WTNH News 8 - Cruisin' Connecticut Visits Fright Haven

Resurrected From The Dead: 20,000 Feet Of Horrors At Fright Haven - Hartford Courant

Fright Haven to offer spine-tingling scares - Connecticut Post

Fright Haven Review: The Scare Factor

Daily Nutmeg : Scare Tactics

Final 'Lights On' Kid-Friendly Family Fun Day Announced at Fright Haven - Stratford, CT Patch


Here is what newspapers and reviewers say about Fright Haven:


"...the best haunted house in the state!!!"

"...ruthlessly it exploits common phobias like clowns, dolls and the dark."

"The Carnival of Evil" is a highly disorienting maze painted with neon paint that reacts to blacklights (the only light around) and 3-D glasses; it's like being inside one of those fuzzy '70s-styled Insane Clown Posse posters.

"(It) is, according to its story, inhabited by the evil clowns left bitter and jobless by the closing of the Savin Rock Amusement Park."

"Frightmare Institute," preys on people who can't sleep without night lights. Fumble around in complete darkness, while people jump out and scare the crap out of you when you least expect it."

"The story behind "Dead End Manor," the final and most elaborate element of Fright Haven, concerns a vampire and former Dudleytown resident who invites all the adults in the neighborhood to a party at his house, from which no one returns. The walls are scummy, deteriorating, and covered in blood, and as you walk through a kitchen, living room and bedroom, Dead End Manor is where you really forget you're in an old store next to the highway."

"This is the best haunted house, make that three haunted houses! Check it out! "