Strangling Brothers opens new location with Trifecta of Fear

r Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus, the Scariest Haunted House on Earth, has relocated the popular attraction to 632 East 1500 South in American Fork, just west of Interstate 15 at exit 275.

The haunt, rated as one of America’s top seven scariest haunted houses with enhanced and extended frightful experiences intended to exploit a new level of fear.

Known as “Utah’s triFECta of Fear”, guests of the Haunted Circus make their way through 29 crazed semi-trailers; battle larger than life zombies with a mounted paint ball gun in the Zombie Hunt; and will test their survival skills at Eskape, the latest craze in escape room fear.

The haunted circus is arranged in a spine-chilling labyrinth of terrifying experiences inside and outside, with zombies, freaks and misfits stalking and scaring guests as they navigate the numerous trailers, each equipped with the latest cutting-edge effects, including animatronics, creepy sounds and inventive lighting effects.

New for 2016, Eskape is an interactive adventure where guests are locked inside a trailer and must solve puzzles, find clues, and get the key to unlock the door to the Clown Storage where the exit awaits.

“Strangling Brothers is a freakin scary haunted house and offers an intense fear and energy not found in other haunted houses,” said Bob Tillotson, co-owner of Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus. “Our new location in the forest of American Fork makes this the scariest haunted house on earth.”

The Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus, Zombie Hunt and Eskape attractions run Fridays and Saturdays through October 13 then every day but Sunday until October 31. The haunt will also be opened on November 4 and 5.  The fearful adventure begins each night at 7:30 pm. Ticket prices start at $25 per person for the Haunted House; $10 for the Zombie Hunt; and $5 for Eskape. Tickets can be purchased at the door or online at

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Chris Baird
Chris Baird
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