Are you brave enough to leave the safety and comfort of your Denver home to pursue the unthinkable horrors that await you at The Frightmare Compound in Westminster? Paranoia is sure to seep deep within your mind as you wander the creepy, haunted grounds, pursued by unimaginable terror. You’ll be whimpering at the sound of even the slightest noise. Do you have the courage to make your way to the end of our haunted attraction like other Denverites?
What Lurks in the Shadows
What makes our haunted house different from others in the Denver area is the history. In 1983, a man by the name of Brad Holder founded The Frightmare Compound. He started a horror house to serve Denver and the nearby communities, somewhat similar to what we know and love today. He was obsessed with his work, and in his will, stated he wanted to be buried somewhere on the property grounds. It is said that years later, he can still be found roaming the compound, looking for souls to bring with him into the afterlife.
We Hope to Be Part of Your Halloween Tradition in Denver
For the past two decades, we have been scaring the residents of Denver and beyond with our high quality monsters and atmosphere. Many have started their own tradition to see if they have the determination and wit to complete our house of horrors every Halloween season. Each year we add even more scares for you and those you drag along for comfort, but beware. When you finally head back home to Denver, there’s no telling what horrors will follow you, making their way in your dreams.
Not Your Typical Haunted Attraction Near Denver
As you make your way through the compound with fear coursing through your veins, you never know what you’re going to find behind each and every corner. Many of our Denver customers believe wholeheartedly that they’ll complete our haunted attraction with ease. However, that could not be further from the truth. Even constant haunted house goers from Denver will quickly realize that The Frightmare Compound is different. Once you leave our horror house, there’s no way of telling if you’ll ever be the same again.