Face your fears. See which haunted house is the scariest in Georgia

When’s the last time you faced your fears in a dark, creepy haunted house?

Frightening creatures, chilling music, loud screams and the heart racing excitement. The high of the adrenaline rush.

Well, Halloween is almost here, so it’s time to enter only if you dare.

Of course, you’ll want to make sure to go to the absolute best haunted house around, one that’s worth it. So, we’ve got your back.

What’s the scariest haunted house in Georgia?

According to Parade’s list of “Best Haunted Houses in Every State 2023,” the best is none other than Netherworld Haunted House in the Peach State.

“Netherworld Haunted House has been spooking guests who dare enter since 1997 and it’s easy to see why. This Stone Mountain attraction has professional-quality special effects, costumes, and sets that will have you a screamin’ good time,” according to Maryn Liles at Parade magazine.

Netherworld Haunted House has 4.5 out of 5 stars on TripAdvisor and has been called a “Hollywood-Caliber Haunt Mecca” by The Travel Channel.

The attraction is a walk-through in the dark haunted house filled with live actors, special effects and animatronics. Some famous Netherworld monsters include the winged Mothman, bloodthirsty Chupacabra, shrieking Banshee and giant yeti.

There are also plenty of vampires, zombies, psycho killers and clowns.

Tickets range from $25 to $65 and can be booked online.

Netherworld website: www.fearworld.com

Address: 1313 Netherworld Way, Stone Mountain, GA 30087

Other highly rated haunts in the state

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The full list of best haunted houses in each state is online.

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Have you been to Netherworld in Georgia? Let us know your thoughts by leaving a comment below or email me at cmadden@mcclatchy.com