Dark Hour Haunted House in Plano, Texas (Dallas TX): The witches of Coven Manor do not find the traditional Halloween Season long enough to fill the world with sufficient fright so Dark Hour Haunted House provides 8 individual opportunities for them to create chaos. Each month a new witch takes over the coven and releases her own brand of terror on unsuspecting visitors to the Coven House.
Scream loud, scream often as we celebrate the fear in every season with shows such as, "Wreck the Halls," "Love is Blind," "St Patrick's Slay Weekend," "Summer Spirits," and many others in addition to Dark Hour's traditional Halloween show.
I am sorry, I don't ever write reviews or commit but this one I will. First things first I don't mind paying good money for good experiences, this I believe is not one of those. Everything was going well, the line moved quickly, and the characters outside were pretty awesome. But then everything changed once Inside and going thru the house. I was with one other person but we ended up going with another party of 4 (6 total). We got maybe 15 feet inside and the next group was already behind us. We were backed up to the group in front of us and they were to the group in front of them. The group behind us had a group behind them. There was no scare factor with so many ppl all bunched together. The group in front of us even stopped and told a character it stuck for lack of better words. The group behind us thought the same as we did as well. As we were walking out at least 2 more groups were saying the same thing. To many ppl close. There was a lot of potential for a lot of great scares. But it was null with all the people. The props the set and characters were all great. I recently went to a haunted house for half the price that was way better . There is so much potential to really be great but This experience will not bring us back. My apologies thank you
this is a very interesting house and I think that it was great but piggys blood shed at six flags was better