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Eerie excitement awaits at Nightmare Hollow Haunted Trail in Spartanburg

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SPARTANBURG, S.C. – For over two decades, Nightmare Hollow Haunted Trail has been a staple of the Halloween season in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Located at 3411 Reidville Road, this family-owned business has been the go-to destination for those seeking spine-chilling scares and memorable moments.

Owned and operated by John and Shelly Brown, Nightmare Hollow has a rich history of providing terrifyingly good fun.

One of the reasons Nightmare Hollow has remained a favorite for so long is its commitment to innovation. Each year, the Browns strive to bring new and exciting elements to their haunted trail, ensuring that returning visitors are in for fresh frights.

This year, they’ve introduced several interactive attractions that promise to keep hearts racing. Among the new additions is a carnival or funhouse-themed section. For those seeking a darker experience, the insane asylum will test your nerve as you navigate the haunting halls filled with deranged souls. And don’t forget to take a dizzying journey through the vortex tunnel, where reality itself seems to warp and bend.

But Nightmare Hollow isn’t just about screams and thrills. It’s also a place to create cherished memories with friends and family. After braving the haunted trail, visitors can gather around one of the welcoming bonfires to warm up and share stories of their harrowing encounters. Hot chocolate is available to chase away the autumn chill, and there are photo props for those looking to capture the moment and remember the night’s eerie adventures.

The trail will be open Fridays and Saturdays in September and October from Dusk until 11:30 p.m. It will also be open on Oct. 30 and 31.

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