- 149 Split Rail Lane
- Smithville, TX
There was little known, however, about the terror that lie within the ornate walls of this enormous mansion and of Adella’s gift with black magic and the conjuring of spirits from the other side.
Adella’s orphanage filled at a rapid pace, and it became necessary to bed the children in the dismal, damp basement below. Many of the children died of starvation and disease, Adella claiming smallpox and cholera.
Throughout the mansion are displayed sketches, crystal pendants and a room doused with dried pigs feet, rooster talons and squirrel tails, and severed heads of the dolls she confiscated from the children. In the midst of the mansion, a Spirit Board summoned souls from beyond sending Adella in a trance; excreting foamy vomit, demonic moans and voodoo chants where she inhabited the essence of the Baba Yaga, a Demonic Goddess, whose survival depended on the devouring of children. The center of the floor still bares a star, an altar of sacrifice.
Most of the children who died at the orphanage were buried in the cemetery out back at the entrance of the currently standing abandoned church. Legend has it that Adella conjured up a creature to protect the cemetery and keep the Comanche away from the woods around the mansion. Is it a demon or just the fear of an imagined boogeyman? One of the children wrote on the wall in the mansion, “Don’t go near the cemetery… if you look at him, he will get you!” To this day no one dares enter that cemetery, especially at night.
For decades the mansion has laid abandoned and lifeless. But if you look hard and listen intently, you can hear the nursery rhymes playing in the old nursery, and hear the faint screams of children coming from the basement below the mansion.
Some say the mansion is forever cursed. Some say Adella still roams the halls. Some say the mansion itself is alive. Welcome to your nightmare, The Phantoms of The Mansion of Terror!
The Zombie City Factory - Move to Lost Pines City, TX they said.....it'll be great they said. Beautiful housing, a brand new factory that provided jobs, a top of the line medical center. Little did they know what they were actually getting into.
People started disappearing. The government showed up and took over, a parade of army trucks going in and out of the factory doors. People were pushed out of town and into the surrounding woods. Eventually the activity died down at the factory. Almost completely, except for the mysterious clouds of foul smelling smoke that rose from the chimney stacks. Bandannas were put over mouths in hopes the winds would eventually blow away the putrid smelling haze. Suddenly, the trucks were back and there were more armed soldiers than ever! The government built walls surrounding the community faster than expected, closing many within the factory, cut off from the outside world.
The villagers became nothing more than mindless, hungry creatures...monsters that wanted to feast on human flesh. They’ve been contained mainly to the factory, though there’s doubt for much hope left now. Pass through if you must but don't let them get to you. You are going to wish you never came here. After all, it may be too late to save humanity... but it's never too late to save yourself. Many have entered the town...none have come out!
Slaughter Cirus - When we last saw Vicious T. Mangles and the Slaughter Circus, they were traveling from city to city looking for a permanent location with a steady stream of victims. They eventually settled in the back woods of Bastrop, Texas and set up their tents to lure the locals with a carney spectacle, and bloody popcorn, only to conclude with their grand finale: DEATH.
Little did they know that those woods were already occupied by the Palmer Family. The line of Palmer’s goes back to the 1800s with a history of bloody cannibalism. Dating back to 1867 Native American’s would go nowhere near the Palmer woods. The entrance to the Palmer’s redneck hell was adorned with human spines and fresh skulls impaled to trees. Local tribes told legends of wicked ghost screams coming from the woods. Disappearances across Bastrop County point directly to Palmers sacrificing their victims in their demonic rituals.
When the Palmer Family found out about Slaughter Circus on their land, they were enraged. Their thirst for blood was overwhelming and on the next full moon, they vowed to dismember, and barbecue, every last clown in sight. The Palmer family has surrounded the carnival, and are prepared for their epic massacre.
Vicious T. Mangle and the Slaughter Circus are vindictive, ruthless, and ready to fight back. We dare you to enter the hallowed grounds of Slaughter Circus and come out alive! Email Haunt Owner
Hours of Operation: Starts at 7 pm
November 3 & 4: Pitch Dark
Admission Costs: I'm Too Scared Zero Haunt Ticket: $5
I'm Kind of Scared 1 Haunt Ticket: $15
I Ain't Afraid of No Ghosts 2 Haunt Ticket: $22
I Am The Pumpkin King 4 Haunt Ticket: $29
Payments Accepted: Cash, Credit Cards
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Email Verified Outside Atmosphere Amazing
Drove quite a bit to visit this haunted establishment that takes up so many acres. I was actually really disappointed with the houses set up. With there being so much land and all three houses butted up to each other ruined the experience in the houses for me. I enjoyed them but did not find them as scary. The outside atmosphere was amazing though. From the bar, to the music, to the fire, to the fortune tellers, merchants, and the actors I enjoyed that immensely. This is why it received 3 stars instead of the one I initially planned to give. This could be a good place if you didn't know what to expect from each house after being in one.
Scare Factor: Fun Factor: Haunt Value: Length of Event: > 1 hour Time Visited: 5PM - 9PM Would Recommend: Unsure Suitable For Kids: Yes
Email Verified Great Attraction - Scary and Fun
This place was a blast. Went in, very spooky atmosphere. There were shops, bar, and a food court. Got a beer and went to the first house. It was fun but also pretty damn scary. Our friend would not go to the other houses after that, haha. Luckily there is a nice populated food court/bar area they were able to hang out at while we did the other houses. Great place. Got a few beers over the night, so felt relaxed yet with a heightened suspension of belief. Loved it!
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Scared the Poop out of me
This was my first Haunted House to go to. They have three. It literally scared the poop out of me. Next time I will take some Poise. Live music was great and I had a Quiche that was fantastic. Wish my grand kids were here.
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