33 Pearl Street • Fall River, Massachusetts
Factory of Terror The MONSTER of all Haunted Attractions! Now 2 Exciting Haunted Attraction Locations! Factory of Terror Worcester, MA & Factory of Terror Fall River, MA. These Factory Buildings have been abandoned and Haunted for the past 100 years with dark passageways behind creepy, spirit filled walls and underground tunnels. Bring a friend, you'll see why!! Get in on The Factory of Terror "Fright Weekend". Get your discount wrist band at either location. Pay Admission to either Fall River, MA. or Worcester, MA Location and you get a $2.00 OFF General Door Admission discount at The Factory of Terror 2nd Location. (Not to be combined with any other offers or online ticket sales.) Get a glimpse inside by going to www.factoryofterror.com. It will be a Fright Weekend You'll never forget!!
A lovely Victorian mansion built by the famous architect, Richard Upjohn, the Inn at Shadow Lawn is now a lovely B&B, complete with crystal chandeliers, stained glass windows and heirloom china. Not far from Newport, Shadow Lawn was built for Hamilton Hoppin, one of two argumentative brothers. It seems the house invited angst, even after the initial owner died.
In more than 200 years of history, the General Stanton Inn has only had six owners since the time the Native Americans owned the land. In 1655 the land was given to Thomas Stanton, an interpreter for the Native American tribes in the region, as a show of gratitude. Thomas had arranged a successful hostage exchange between rival tribes. Essentially, when the Manesses tribe kidnapped a Niantic princess they demanded far too much wampum for her safe return. The Niantics went to Thomas at his little
Belcourt Castle is a large Louis XIII style estate that hosts regular ghost tours and candlelight mystery tours--and with good reason. Belcourt Castle, the sixty-room summer cottage of Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont, has a reputation for being one haunted destination that does not disappoint. Construction started on the estate in 1891 and continually employed three hundred skilled craftsmen for three full years.
Today, “one of America’s most haunted mansions” is open to the public for tours. Around Halloween each year they also hold an annual Ghost Party— playing on their reputation and the home’s history of tragedy to maintain a building of significant historic value. Once the home of society’s elite members, the Sprague Mansion in Cranston, Rhode Island fell on hard times and faced demolition in 1967. Luckily the local historical society purchased and has since maintained the estate.