Clevelanders who are real fans of the macabre and fright attractions only have two nights (Sunday, October 30 and Monday, October 31) to experience the ultimate terror at the Heggs House of Horror located in the Old Brooklyn section of Cleveland and their celebration of All Hallow’s Eve. And it’s free!
Heggs House of Horror Owned by Luther Heggs and named one of the Top 5 Residential Halloween Displays in the United States, Heggs House of Horror features 40 displays and figurines that come to life to scare you to death.
Heggs House of Horror has also appeared on “Good Morning America” on ABC-TV and this year among some of the spooktacular encounters that await you include The Munsters, Ghoulardi, Cousin It, The Bony Boys, Loose Cannon Larry, Tongue Boy (“Gene Simmons” from KISS), Opera Boy (The Phantom of the Opera), Laffing Boy Larry and back from the dead — “Michael Jackson” and “Elvis Presley”.
Visitors will also be able to see Grandpa Munster with his solid gold coffin-mobile, “The Dragula.”
Be sure to wear a costume because those visitors arriving in costume will have a special holiday treat in store for them.
A Special Note: This year’s display is the subject of a full length documentary film being shot by Bob & Luanne Bole Becker, Emmy Award winning film makers and you could make an appearance in the film just by experiencing the terror of Heggs House of Horror.
Heggs House of Horror will be open for two nights only on October 30 and October 31 and is located at 1608 Merl Avenue in Old Brooklyn. The attraction is free.