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TOP 7 HORROR MOVIE LOCATION TO SEE IN REAL LIFE TOO

Horror Movie Locations Too Creepy to See in Real Life

Horror movies often have a lot of fiction. There are fake locations, unrealistically powerful villains, fictional protagonists, and a lot of gore. Even though they wish they were, Elm Street or Derry and Haddonfield do not exist.

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Sometimes, however, horror fans still have access to real-life houses or buildings that were used in filming. You can still visit haunted hotels or dive into Crystal Lake. Some might find the idea of visiting some of them too creepy.

Camp Crystal Lake

Camp Crystal Lake was home to the murders of Friday the 13th in 1980. The area has been a hotspot since then, when Jason Voorhees reigned terror over local teens for decades.

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If Jason’s crime scenes are your dream, you can visit the Crystal Lake in Cunningham County. It offers walking tours to the filming locations including the campgrounds and famous welcome sign.

Myers House, ‘Halloween’

John Carpenter’s 1978 Halloween film was shot in South Pasadena. Carpenter was on the lookout for locations to film the horror movie and stumbled upon the abandoned house. The house became the Myers house. Michael was then convicted of his first murder.

The house was made a landmark after it was designated. Except for a minor painting, the house looks exactly the same as in the movie. You can find it at 1000 Mission Street.

The Overlook hotel

The Overlook Hotel is not the actual name of this hotel. However, Stephen King fans will be able to visit it in EstesPark, Colorado as The Stanley Hotel.

The Standley Hotel opened its doors in 1909 and was used to film The Shining (1980). While you won’t find any Grady twins hanging out in the hallways, the hotel still operates and has guest rooms available.

The Stairs, ‘The Exorcist’

Regan forces Father Damien Karras from The Exorcist’s window. He causes him to fall down the 75-step staircase that still remains a landmark in Washington D.C.

Georgetown University students charged $5 to view the scenes from the surrounding rooftop during filming. The staircase is still frequently used by sports teams as a training ground.

The Gas Station (‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’).

Bastrop, Texas has one of the best horror movies: The gas station Sally Hardesty ran to save her life as Leatherface chased her in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

The Gas Station is a former fuel stop that was simply called The Gas Station. However, it now hosts a collection of horror movie memorabilia, delicious barbecue food, and occasionally special events with horror movie stars.

The Cemetery (‘Night Of The Living Dead’).

Regan forces Father Damien Karras from The Exorcist’s window. He causes him to fall down the 75-step staircase that still remains a landmark in Washington D.C.

Georgetown University students charged $5 to view the scenes from the surrounding rooftop during filming. The staircase is still frequently used as a training spot for teams.

Stu’s House, ‘Scream’

Drew Barrymore’s characters brutal murder at her home, Sydney’s scare in Sydney’s bedroom, are not enough to make the Scream house recognizable. Stu’s is where Ghostface murders several teens.

Stu’s house does not reside in Woodsboro. It can be found in Tomales Petaluma Road. The house was the only one that made it into the franchise’s original Scream, as well its 2022 remake.

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