Southern Indiana Warehouse Being Turned Into a Massive Haunted Attraction
Something new (and horrifying) is heading to Evansville!
A Haunt with a Heart
What started as a small home haunt to raise canned food donations for local organizations has turned into a huge haunted house that people drive from all over to enjoy. For over a decade, the Nightmare on Eastbrooke has continued to grow. What started as a labor of love, has now turned into a full-blown passion for all things spooky! And Evansville is about to get creepier than ever before!
I have been a big fan of Nightmare on Eastbrooke, and for the last few years, it's been a staple for my friends and me every Halloween. I've gotten to know the man behind the nightmare, Shawn Smith a little bit and he sent me some really exciting information about the next chapter in this Evansville horror story.
Evansville Nightmare Factory
The Nightmare on Eastbrooke has officially outgrown its humble beginnings, and the folks who run it have begun the Evansville Nightmare Factory. What was once an old empty warehouse, is now the new home to Evansville's newest haunted attraction, Evansville Nightmare Factory.
After a decade thriving as Nightmare on Eastbrooke It was time for The Nightmare to grow. Carved from the skeleton of an old factory and forged in the dark A nightmare like never before began to feed and thrive off of all who dared face it. Inside of these walls lives an evil that words can not describe. Screams only seem to feed it. It does no good to try and hide your fear. It is as if the building itself is watching and knows exactly how to get in your head. Feel that ? It already knows what will make you scream. So Welcome to Evansville Nightmare Factory as we bring Evansville and the tri state a new and more intense Haunted Attraction than the area has ever experienced before. Prepare yourself for a new Nightmare and ask yourself... Have you had E N F ?"
The haunted house will take place throughout a 17,000-square-foot warehouse. Shawn has a goal of making the Evansville Nightmare Factory a go-to destination for horror fans from all over, and he has a lot of exciting things up his sleeve for the future!
Want to Get Involved?
If horror is your jam, there are a few ways you can get involved with the Evansville Nightmare Factory. The new haunt will open in mid-September and run through October this year. They are currently looking for scare actors, makeup artists, prop and set builders, and more. Check out the Evansville Nightmare Factory website for more information on getting involved, and be sure to follow them on Facebook to stay up to date with all they have going on.