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The interactive Twisted Realms Haunted House is too scary for kids under 13. You've been warned.

One of Wisconsin’s top-rated haunted houses of 2016, Twisted Realms Haunted House has relocated from Elkhorn, Wisconsin, to the Bavarian Bierhaus (700 W. Lexington Blvd., Glendale).

The new location “gives us the opportunity to scare the pants off quite a few people that have never set foot in a haunted house before,” says owner Robert Ellicson.

With only a flashlight to lead the way, patrons travel through a maze made up of over 30 spooky scenes in the interactive haunted house, which features actors, hidden exits, moving floors and plenty of other frightening surprises.

New to this year’s attraction are a dance floor, DJ and full audio and lighting system. If you make it to the end of the maze on Fridays and Saturdays, you’ll find yourself in a live DJ experience, “Dance of the Dead” for no additional charge. Grab dinner (and drinks, perhaps to take the edge off) at the Bierhaus’s full-service bar.

Please note: the attraction is geared toward the the 13-and-up age range and is not recommended for those who scare easily. According to Ellicson, several people wet their pants or had to leave out of fright last year.

Twisted Realms opens on Friday, October 20, and will be open Thursdays through Sundays until November 5. The haunted house will be open on Halloween (Tuesday, October 31) for a special “Night of Shadows,” making the maze even scarier. General admission tickets are $20. V.I.P. tickets, which get you instant access and $5 off any beverage, are $35.

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