Nationally Ranked Haunted House Opens Up In Thousand Oaks

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — One local, nationally-ranked haunted house will leave you screaming, jumping, and squealing in fear.

The Reign of Terror Haunted House opened up on Saturday night in Thousand Oaks and has been ranked as one of the top 10 walk-through haunted houses in the United States.

As you make your way through the 80-room, 15,000 square foot house, you never know what is going to pop out at you.

The creator, Bruce Stanton, began the haunted house in his own home 16 years ago.

However, when it’s popularity grew over the years, Stanton turned the home into a professional haunted house.

The house has six different themes and over 30 actors volunteering their time to help make the haunted house one of the best in the US.

The haunted house comes with many different kinds of surprises and scares all age groups.

“The experience that I loved as a kid is why I’m involved in doing this haunted house,” Stanton said.

Guests are already impressed with the haunted house and its frightful theatrics.

“I’m like, what’s going to happen next? Who is going to pop out next?”, one patron said.

The Reign of Terror Haunted House was voted the best walk-through haunted house in all of Southern California.

For more information or to buy tickets to the haunted house, visit the Reign of Terror website.

Guests can book reservations for the Haunted House every Friday and Saturday in October, with the house opening at 7 p.m.

If you cannot make it on any of the Friday or Saturday’s in October, guests can also visit the attraction on Oct. 25th and Oct 29th, beginning at 7 p.m as well.

The haunted house will remain open till 10 p.m. on Friday’s, and 11 p.m on Saturday’s. Click here for a complete list of available dates. 

General admission tickets cost $17, while VIP express line tickets cost $25.

The Reign of Terror Haunted House is located at the Janss Marketplace, on 197 N. Moorpark Road #B, Thousand Oaks, CA, 91360, above Gold’s Gym.

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