Welcome To Ghoulie Manor
Goulet Manor was nicknamed “Ghoulie Manor” by the locals. The house has been standing since the early 19th century and has been passed down within the family from generation to generation. Its inhabitants have always been disreputable. Throughout the years, they have been accused of sinister crimes and suspected of dabbling in the dark arts.
No one goes there. There’s a good reason for that. Now and then, those who have dared visit the manor simply disappear. Don’t go looking for friends or loved ones once they’ve vanished or you may meet the same fate. Ghoulie Manor keeps its secrets. It’s said that family members who have died sometimes come back to protect those secrets. You don’t want to know if that little secret is true.
Ghoulie Manor is a frighteningly fun experience! Our haunted house will immerse you in a spooky environment enhanced with movie quality sets and outrageous characters. Black walls and rubber masks? That’s not us. We’ll change your ideas about what a haunted house should be! Come see the haunt that everyone is talking about!
THE AMERICAN SCREAM
Just a few short years ago, before we opened a professional haunted house, we were featured in a film called The American Scream. The subject of this documentary was home haunting. Magic Stone Productions put out a call for home haunters who might want to be featured in this documentary and we were selected from over 600 applicants nationwide. The documentary was produced for NBCUniversal and earned critical acclaim. Here are some of The American Scream’s most prominent reviews:
- Made Roger Ebert’s final Must Watch Documentary List
- Entertainment Weekly gave it an A-
- 4 out of 4 skulls from Fangoria Magazine
- Rotten Tomatoes 100%
The American Scream originally aired on Chiller TV in October 2012, but is now available on Netflix. Enhance your Ghoulie Manor experience by watching The American Scream!
Ghoulie Manor is presented by Bloodcurdling Productions, LLC