This Halloween season, the creators of the legendary haunted attraction ScareHouse will unveil a brand-new concept for Halloween thrill-seekers in Pittsburgh: THE SCREAM DISTRICT, a single venue in the iconic Strip District opening this fall, with two separate attractions that can be experienced separately.

The Basement is unique, intimate horror experience returning for 2019 featuring more extensive and detailed sets, promising to be more frightening (and more personal) than ever. Stalked by a Killer is an intense escape room where guests are armed only with their wits, and must solve a series of fiendish puzzles from the mind of a deranged maniac.

Nearby, at Pittsburgh’s Market Square, ScareHouse and The Original Oyster House will again team up to present ZOMBIE DEN, the immersive pop-up bar inspired by Pittsburgh’s living dead legacy. The Zombie Den will open at the Original Oyster House on Sept. 24.

“We want to bring something entirely new to Halloween fans this year, experiences that draw them into frightfully fun worlds that envelop them in ways that go far beyond a traditional ‘haunt,’” says creative director Scott Simmons.

Tickets to The Basement (open to guests 18+, waiver must be signed for entry) start at $43 for a double ticket (admission for two people) and $32 for single admission. Tickets for “Stalked by a Killer” (recommended for ages 12+, guests under the age of 16 require adult supervision) start at $27. Tickets for both attractions and additional information will be available soon at

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From humble beginnings as a bisexual art kid who drank more coffee than a 40-year-old author, Remy now holds a BFA in Film Production from Chapman University and is a proud member of the HorrorBuzz team (and still a bisexual art kid who drinks too much coffee). They were first introduced to the world of horror and camp when their grandma showed them The Rocky Horror Picture Show at age 5, and never looked back. When they're not writing cartoons or working on movies, one can spot them in various clubs around Los Angeles performing very, very self-deprecating standup comedy. Howdy ho!
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