Halloween might have felt like it came and went in a blink of an eye, but there are still ways to celebrate spooky season and the Christmas season all in one. This holiday haunted house in North Carolina will be back for only one night this month and it will terrify you to your core. 

Yuletide Nightmare Haunted House will only be open on Dec. 13, AKA Friday the 13th, which makes it even spookier. The attraction covers seven acres and each acre is scarier than the one before. You might encounter characters like Krampus and Belznickle and even some creepy elves. 

The Haunted Forest, Dark Trail, and Hayride will all be open for this event so you can get all the scares if you are up for it. You can start arriving around 7:00 p.m. to start your adventurous night. 

Panic Point in Raleigh, North Carolina is already a hot spot during the Halloween season because they go all out. They keep the same energy for when the Yuletide Nightmare rolls around; you'll be getting a full-on jump-out-of-your boots scare.

Some of the creatures and things you might see around the farm are seasonal specters, evil elves, twisted Christmas characters and diseased reindeer. This is not your average Christmas story. 

The Haunted Forest features half a mile of 11 different scenes you'll have to enter and escape. It's pretty terrifying, but only one out of three attractions you must experience.

The Dark Trail is just as creepy as it sounds. You'll travel down a trail into the darkness with just a rope separating you and the dark depths of the forest. 

The Haunted Hayride is a ride you'd want to get on over and over again. As you cruise on the trailer, you'll never know what will come up behind you. 

If you love the spooky aspect of this Christmas event, you need to head to Nashville, Tennessee and New Orleans, Louisiana to experience these Krampus-themed haunted houses that are just as scary, if not scarier, than this attraction.


Yuletide Nightmare 

Price: $25

When: December 13

Address: 2808 Cedar Creek Road, Youngsville, NC 27596

Why You Need To Go: This attraction mixes Halloween and Christmas to create a terrifying holiday attraction you can't miss. 

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