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Moxley Manor Haunted House
Fri, September 25, 2015, 8:00 PM CDT
Moxley Manor Haunted House

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510 Harwood Rd #0 Bedford, TX 76021
510 Harwood Road #0USTexasBedford76021
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Voted one of the scariest DFW haunted houses by NBC 5 DFW. Featured in the film "The Houses That October Built". Our haunted house is centrally located to Dallas, Ft. Worth, Arlington & Denton, Texas
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"It's not huge with tons of actors, but for the price it's unbeatable."
"This hunted house is scary af in it's better then any outher hunted house."
"Friends and I originally planned on going to Cutting Edge that night at 8pm."
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Casey Wilcox
10 months ago
I worked at this haunted house many times and i absolutely loved it!! The people and props are amazing along with the traffic we received! Had many friends walk through this house and found it unbelievable for the price to get in and the scare you get out of it!!
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Craig Critchfield
a year ago
Moxley Manor is a smaller haunted house at a strip mall in Bedford. It'll take you 10-15 minutes to shuffle through, however, being a smaller venue, they min/max what they have instead of padding it out with boring stuff like endless pitch-black hallways the way larger haunted houses do (looking at you, Boneyard). For starters, parking is free. While the line is technically outside, you're under an awning that provides cover from rain. So, unless there's a tsunami pouring down, you should be fine on a rainy night. You should note that you have to go up-front to buy tickets at the tent first, and THEN go stand at the back of the line. Not sure why they don't just sell the tickets as you walk by in line. Seems odd. The line moves at a reasonable pace (we got there around 9 and got in around 9:45). The outside actors are providing some antics, but one or two of them are a bit creepy. Not "scary" creepy, just "coming up behind a girl, lightly taking some of her hair in his hand and smelling it" creepy. You're not supposed to touch the actors, but they're allowed to touch you? There's some laughs watching people bolt out the exit to get away. Heading inside, you immediately start the adventure, unlike other haunted houses where you go in and wander a hallway just to ... end up at another staging area where a person makes you wait more (again, looking at you, Boneyard). The halls are narrow, the rooms are small, but that puts you right up next to the creepy actors. Half were quiet and staring, sneaking up on you and not saying anything just waiting for you to freak out when you finally notice them. I love those types, and they freak me out. The other half were of the "screaming girl" variety, just standing in the room yelling at you at the top of their lungs. I don't find that scary. It's annoying. For the price, I feel it was pretty good. In a way it felt like we were at a neighbor's house that was putting on a haunted house, because everything was plywood and cramped-together. But, that's part of the appeal. However, the main thing I realized that night was that the haunted house you actually get to experience is infinitely better than the one you can't. Friends and I originally planned on going to Cutting Edge that night at 8pm. (Thinking that getting there early would make the line short). Driving by Cutting Edge we saw a line that literally snaked the entire area of a parking lot! That's when you drive off thinking pay-to-park + paying a ridiculous price just to get punished with a 3 hour wait in line is the definition of stupidity. We were all set for a haunted house, but seeing Cutting Edge's line crushed our spirit. That's when a friend whipped out their smartphone and came across Moxley Manor. We gave it a shot, and it did not disappoint. We had fun, we got scared, and it ended our night on a high note. You won't see the one or two big "wow!" moments you get at the larger haunted houses that blow more money on laser shows or such, but you will get the scares and thrills you crave without the huge lines or price-gouging you hate.
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Dana Gilliam
3 years ago
Hands down our favorite haunt! We go every chance we get and have never been disappointed! You should check them out for yourself! Don't let the strip mall appearance fool you! They packed in all the scares and all the staff is volunteer and pumped to do their job and for the best prices around! Also, the longest wait we have had out of our 6 visits was about 30 minutes! You just can't beat that! Ready for haunt season to be here again!
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Chelsea Phillips
a year ago
Moxley manor was a nice haunt. Free parking, no line, and $17 admission is the cheapest haunted house I could find. It's not huge with tons of actors, but for the price it's unbeatable
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Laqaven Fowler
7 months ago
This hunted house is scary af in it's better then any outher hunted house
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Rebecca Jo
2 years ago
Mehhhhh i would say mediocre at best. If you go to haunted houses regularly then you won't be impressed by this one. It's not very scary and you're not in there long. In all fairness they are restricted by size due to their location in a shopping center. It's less expensive than the larger haunted houses ($15) it might be good for the kiddos but i wasnt impressed. The wait was about 45 minutes when we went.
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Cyndy Rider
2 years ago
We had a great time last night! We didn't know what to expect since we just happen to come across it online. Fantastic place! The actors' makeup and acting were great! The props and layout were extremely effective! Be sure to read the story-line before going through to get the history of the scare :-)
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rachel lowery
2 years ago
Awesome haunted house! Went to the preview last night and it had us screaming. I am an avid haunted house goer and this is by far one of the best in the area. Moxley is unique in that it is not like any other house in the metroplex. Their scare tactics are right on and the props that they have are like no other in North Texas. A MUST SEE! You will not be disappointed!