Haunted cave with over 30,000 living bats reopens in time for Halloween

Fall is just around the corner, which means comfortable clothes and copper leaves on the ground.

But if healthy nights sipping pumpkin and spice lattes aren’t to your liking, you might instead be excited that the spooky season is looming more and more.

And what better place to get in touch with your Halloween-loving dark side than a cave in Ohio, home to the world’s longest house of horror.

Lewisburg Haunted Cave, located just 30 miles west of Dayton, is the award-winning home of ghouls and terrors, as well as 30,000 living bats.

As you walk through the limestone caves, you will discover a dark underground world, 20 meters underground.

The site was voted the nation’s best haunted attraction by USA Today’s Readers’ Choice survey in 2018.

The haunted underground experience also holds the Guinness World Record at 3,563 feet.

A tour of the spooky caves can be taken from 7 p.m. to midnight every Friday and Saturday evening from September 17 to October 30. Tickets cost $ 19 or $ 25 for adults, depending on the date you select.

Also, if you have very brave kids under the age of 10, their ticket will cost $ 10.

For more information, the Lewisburg Haunted Cave website can be found here.

However, if you can’t make it to Ohio but like to be scared, you might be interested in a company looking to pay someone to watch horror movies.

FinanceBuzz recently advertised a heart rate analyst for horror movies in the run-up to Halloween to compare low-budget movies with high-end movies.

The successful candidate will receive a FitBit to record their heart rate while watching a series of well-known scary movies.

The company explained, “With Halloween right around the corner, all streaming services and channels are going to start streaming familiar, scary favorites.

“In honor of the spooky season ahead, at FinanceBuzz we’re dying to know if big-budget horror movies are more scary than low-budget movies.”

In addition to being paid $ 1,300 to watch all 13 films, including Seen, Paranormal activity and The Blair Witch Project—The winner will also receive a $ 50 gift card to cover film rental costs.

Applications for the role will close on September 26 and the winner will be announced on October 8. This person will then have 10 days to browse through all the films.

Lewisburg Haunted Cave is home to over 30,000 living bats.
Lewisburg haunted cave

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