Ernest N Morial Convention Center
New Orleans, LA,
January 12 - 15, 2018

Sunday Night Haunt Tour

Sunday Night Haunt Tour

Stay Tuned for the 2018 HAuNTcon Tour Details!

But check out what we toured in 2017 below.

The HAuNTcon 2017 Sunday Night is of monstrous Slaughterhouse at 3445 Lebanon Pike, Hermitage, TN.  Nashville’s longest running haunted attraction, now in its 30th season, Slaughterhouse a huge 12,000-square-foot single haunted house owned by Stacey and Ben Dixon of Full Moon Inc.

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The closer you get to Hermitage, TN the more you should prepare yourself to experience Full Moon’s Slaughterhouse! Slaughterhouse is Nashville’s longest-running attraction and takes place in a 24,000 square-foot building with a history that SLH-BDG-Satyaencompasses the abandoned theater. If you’re brave enough to visit them, not only will you simply be faced with the horrors inside; you will also experience how the original features of the theater (including sloped floors) magnify the mind-bending madness and mayhem within!

Your journey will begin in what seems to be a quiet and uneventful environment but don’t let this fool you… it only gets worse the closer you get to the blood-soaked Hell that manifests within these walls! We won’t ruin all of the gruesome details, but we CAN tell you that there is quite a variety of things to be seen here. Some of these include frights from creepy dolls, and eerie graffiti to unexplained infestations, voracious Voodoo practices and gory, meat-slicing machinery! A precarious pick-a-door area served well to send our group for a loop (literally) as we struggled to escape it’s entertainers’ incessant, demeaning dialogue.Slaughterhouse

IF you make it to the area of the haunt that so appropriately gives the attraction its name, you’ll find an ample supply of “product” swinging from the ceiling and their bludgeoning butcher who’s looking to build up his inventory!

During your quest, keep your distance from anything that doesn’t move… no matter how convincing it may appear!

 

CLICK HERE to reserve your tickets. Transportation to and from the Sheraton Hotel is available.

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About HAuNTcon

An acronym for the Haunted Attraction National Tradeshow and Conference, HAuNTcon is a celebration of people who love Haunted Houses and Halloween. It is three days and nights jam-packed full of Networking, Tours of area Haunted Attractions, educational seminars, make-n-takes teaching the latest is Haunting techniques and a tradeshow exhibiting the latest in Haunting props and equipment.

Offerings include a pre-show bus tour of area Haunted attractions, tours of local Haunted attractions, tradeshow floor, costume ball, haunted garage sale and Haunter education including workshops, make-up and product demonstrations, and prop how-to make-n-takes.

HAuNTcon is open to the general public and all ages are welcome to attend. If you operate a Haunted House or would like to. If you act at a Halloween Event or would like to. If you Haunt your Home, or if you are just a fan of Haunted Houses and Halloween, then HAuNTcon is a "not to be missed" weekend of Haunting fellowship and just plain fun!

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