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Beware! This is not your average haunted house! The grounds, woods and buildings of Wiard's Orchards’ Michigan thrills and chills park south of Ypsilanti Township (near Ann Arbor, in Washtenaw County) are truly haunted.

Courageous souls who have dared to set foot on the grounds of this old orchard say they hear howling sounds at night. What's your fear? Is it the dark? Is it death? Or is it the unknown dangers that lurk at night? Prepare yourself to confront your fears at Michigan’s premier haunted thrill park, Night Terrors.

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Wiard's Orchard's Night Terrors was named one of the Top 31 Haunted Attractions in the United States for 2018 and we've been working all year on new scares and screams for the 2019 season!

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Night Terrors - 4 Attraction Package - $44 For $22 5565 Merritt Rd Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197 Phone: 734-482-7758


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We came on a Friday evening a couple hours before they closed and they gave us a coupon to visit again on a weekday. None of the attractions were open except the hayride, the playground for the smaller children and they store and putput golf. I'm guessing because it was the weekday and they were closing soon. The pumpkins are a little pricey. My favorite thing here is the cider slushees and donuts. It's a part of my family tradition now. I have to make time to come back for the haunted hayride.

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$37 for a hayride. This use to be my go to for Halloween, not anymore greedy prices can't keep blaming Covid.

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Don't waste your money. This is so unbelievably overpriced and for nothing. It takes less than 5 minutes to get through each house. The hayride is about 15 mins. It cost $200 for 3 of us to go through 2 houses and the hayride. I'm appalled I spent that much for no scares. Aside from the houses it would be cool if there was some other activities or something. So lame.

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Night terrors is so well put together, with guests experience at the top of the list! As soon as we arrived we had staff making sure we knew where everything was, and suggesting to do the hay ride first so we could get through all the haunted houses with adequate time. The atmosphere is truly one of a kind! There were fire dancers, unicycles, ring acrobatics, bonfire pits, a karaoke section and scary monsters keeping everyone entertained! There was an abundance of security as well making sure everyone was safe. The haunted houses had amazing animatronics and a good assortment of actors. I have visited Wiards many times throughout the years and every time I'm even more impressed with the new animations and overall improvements they keep making! We had so much fun! I can't wait until next year to see what they do!

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The last time I visited was on this occasion. The price seems to have went up to the tune of $44 per person for 4 events. You can get a VIP which includes jumping to the head of the line for $59. I have to admit that the lines were long. By the time we got to the 4th event we decided not to get in the long line for the Asylum. I will have to also admit that the first year was better because you knew what to expect the second time around. Especially in some of the places like the Mine Shaft and Haunted Hay ride but it was still fun. Also being able to sit by the fire, drink cider and eat a donut after the Hay ride was cool. The staff was friendly and helpful. If you have not been you should definitely check it out at least once.

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This place was fun and all but lots of parties going on when I went and lot of people were drinking and smoking but overall great attractions

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We went on a Sunday so we could do the four attractions with a slight discount. I appreciated the hayride that let you off at the End by a bonfire and complementary cider and donut. The hayride was probably one of the better attractions because it's just fun riding on the tractor at night. Add the actual scenery and characters and it's a good time. The asylum, The Mindshaft and the Haunted Barn all seemed to blend in together. With nothing being super distinguishable. A couple highlights were the Mindshafts shrinking passage ways and short doorways. The hayride had a spot where you stopped in a barn and an zombie did a huge leap with a chainsaw over the tractor to the other side of the barn. I liked the random characters walking around in costume. The store is another highlight for visitors because the haunted barn let's out inside of it. Serve yourself hot cider or a slush. Grab your sweets and pay on your way out.

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Ok, I did have a lot of fun...But for the price, we paid about $60 for all of the attractions and it got you a fast pass to the front...Id have to agree that for the price, you might as well hit Halloweekeends. The hayride was fun, the houses were fun but short. I thought the last one (haunted asylum) would be scarier but it was kind of quick. I loved the cider and a donut after the hayride though. People working are friendly. At least the ones that aren't trying to scare you!

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We drove 45 minutes here on a Saturday night and paid $38 alone just to go on the hayride. The hayride was short and designed to scare a toddler. The "monsters" didn't jump on the hayride or scare you at all. It was pretty lame. Just a bunch of terrible actors yelling "get out of my town." I think this place was much better last year. You can't buy tickets online anymore. To do all four attractions, you mine as well go to Halloweekends and enjoy a day full of rides. If you want to stay indoors, Erebus is definitely better.

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Racists! A group of 7 people (including myself) came to Wiard's. The property consists of maybe 6 haunted house. We were having a great time until we entered one of the last haunted houses. An employee in there was extremely rude to us (a few of us looked clearly middle eastern). I brushed off the rudeness until the employee said "i wish a bomb would just drop on all of you right now." Taken aback, my husband asked why? The employee's response, in all seriousness, was "because I want you to die." Some people in my group thought that might be part of the act, but i knew better. I called the next day and spoke to the director. I asked for the transcript of what the actors are supposed to say. As i suspected, what he said was completely out of line and inappropriate, which the manager, Kelly and director, Brandon, agreed with. I gave a description to Kelly of what the person looked like, she said that sounds like who she and Brandon were thinking of. Couple days later, Brandon called (he left a voicemail), saying he looked into it and with my description, they were not able to find out who said it. Basically, the case was closed for him. I, on the other hand, felt very wronged. I find it hard to believe that with my description of the person, the time/place it happened, he cannot figure out which employee i am talking about. Out of respect for myself, and my friends and family, I told him I wasn't going to simply let this go. A few days later, he called again and said he found the person (BS) and they've let him go (also BS). Mind you, he called on Halloween, the last day of the season lol, gee thanks for letting him go. Wiard's is fine if you're okay with racist bigots. Otherwise, steer clear.

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Night terrors is so well put together, with guests experience at the top of the list! As soon as we arrived we had staff making sure we knew where everything was, and suggesting to do the hay ride first so we could get through all the haunted houses with adequate time. The atmosphere is truly one of a kind! There were fire dancers, unicycles, ring acrobatics, bonfire pits, a karaoke section and scary monsters keeping everyone entertained! There was an abundance of security as well making sure everyone was safe. The haunted houses had amazing animatronics and a good assortment of actors. I have visited Wiards many times throughout the years and every time I'm even more impressed with the new animations and overall improvements they keep making! We had so much fun! I can't wait until next year to see what they do!

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Not only does this park have a lot to offer, it is very clean and the workers are very friendly. I appreciated the flushing toilets and the employees. The cider and donuts were a nice touch after the awesome hayride. This attraction is worth the money. The country store also offers a lot of treats to take home as well.

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Night Terrors at Wiard's Orchards

5565 Merritt Road Ypsilanti , Michigan 48197 United States

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Dates & Times of Operation: Sept 29th, then Fri, Sat, & Sundays in October. Also open Oct. 30 & Oct 31

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Night Terrors at Wiard's Orchards is Michigans Premire Haunted Thrill Park. We put terror in your face with 6 chilling AttractionsThe Ultimate Haunted Barn, The Minded Shaft, The Asylum, Spattertown - Live Action Paintball, Hayrides of the Lost, Alien Caged Clowns and Scareoke.

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If the University Of Michigan is Washtenaw County’s shining star, then Wiard’s Orchards’ Night Terrors is the dark cloud of doom off in the distance. Just over the line from Ann Arbor in neighboring Ypsilanti, Night Terrors Thrills & Chills Park at Wiard’s Farm is a Michigan legend brought to horrific reality. They have 6 attractions (The Ultimate Haunted Barn, the Asylum, the Mindshaft, the Labyrinth, Hayride of The Lost and Alien Caged Clowns). The original Ultimate Haunted Barn opened in 1984 making Wiard’s the oldest known Haunted Barn attraction in the USA. Every fall thousands of customers flock to Wiard’s Night Terrors to get their fill of fall fright! Wiard’s Orchards has been a family-owned business since 1837. Their focus was always on agriculture, but in 1984 they dipped their toes into the haunted event game. Their working staff immediately loved scaring just as much as the customers loved being scared, and so tradition was born. Flash forward to the present (it will be 30 years this coming season!) and Night Terrors is home to 6 haunted events sprawled across almost 100 acres with over 115 actors. While others have come and gone over the past three decades, Wiard’s survived and thrived, and after our visit to their impressive facility, we quickly learned why.Upon entering from the parking lot, you can’t help but notice “The Ticket Coop” as it has a 10-ft tall, mutant-sized rooster perched atop of it. While waiting in line, guests are entertained by sideshow performers and fireworks display. Lots of haunts and scream parks offer queue line entertainment, but the quality varies. This was top notch! At the ticket window, we were given the option of ala carte, Package Pass or VIP Package Pass. The Alien Caged Clowns and Labyrinth only came with the Package Pass and for a few bucks more, you can upgrade to the VIP (which came with a free pass to their daytime Country Fair too!). The VIP upgrade included a Disney-like Fast Pass (straight to the front of the line) and the Country Fair pass was a $13 added value! With our glow-in-the-dark VIP necklaces in place, we set off down the torch-lit path to Night Terrors. Upon exiting the path, we were met with a column of flames rocketing from a train atop the Mindshaft roof. Presentation and detail are absolutely on-point at this haunted event. We made our way back to the Hayride of The Lost to start our evening. The Hayride of The Lost entrance is an old 1800’s looking structure with shop signs and wooden porches. As you approach, you hear a creepy legend pumping out of hidden speakers telling the tale of the hayride and setting the haunting stage for what’s to come. (Turns out the person reading is a BBC voice talent.) The frontage is really impressive, and we were pleased to see they carried the theme inside the building where the same voice over was giving a set of safety instructions and warnings to guests waiting in line. As instructed, we took the VIP path and quickly got on the very next hayride wagon. I especially liked the efficiency by which the haunt ran. It’s quite obvious they are tried and true with 30 years experience in the haunt industry. The hayride wagon was good sized, and we had a nice mix of families and college aged kids riding with us. Guests on the hayride were chuckling about the long ride out to the woods entrance. It was definitely upping the anxiety of fear as everyone approached the haunted hayride trail. Once you reach the trees, Hollywood quality lighting effects draw dramatic attention to the majesty of the tall trees and haunted forest giving everyone a sense of just how small we are in comparison to the dense forest. The first scene is a Wild West style structure and the greeter that burst from the doors was hilarious and entertaining. His warning was well done, and he additionally adlibbed in response to a teenage heckler. Hiring quality haunt actors is important to Night Terrors. As we progressed into the hayride, every set design was large and varied. For example, we passed a full-sized boat with a waterlogged fisherman, a flesh-eating bootlegger, a western town with an angry posse, a full sized antique train with ghouls, a Civil War encampment, a large cemetery and an oversized firehouse filled with murderous firemen. Special effects ranged from fireballs to monsters flying overhead. The scenes in each section were detailed and very well done, but because this trail is also part of their Country Fair Hayride, it’s less gruesome and gory than its sister attractions. What it lacked in gore, it certainly made up for in solid scares and showmanship, and could be ranked THE MOST fun and entertaining haunted hayride of all time. Everyone on our hayride was either screaming, laughing or crying at one point or another. Everyone had a blast!

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5565 Merritt Road, Ypsilanti, MI 48197

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Wiard's Orchards combines family fun with haunted house as seasonal business strategy

School buses are everywhere and there is a crispness in the air - no doubt about it, the Halloween season is officially here and with it comes Wiard’s Orchard opening this weekend in Ypsilanti Township.

Wiard's Orchards' business strategy combines a family-oriented County Fair during the day and Night Terrors haunted house amusement in the evenings.

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The 100-acre Wiard’s site offers everything anyone could ever want for fall fun--apple and pumpkin picking, a country store, bakery, cider mill, corn maze, fire engine ride, mini golf, hayrides, giant slide, straw mountain, petting farm, pedal tractor races, moonwalk, bungee run and more.

If that wasn’t enough, Wiard’s also runs a separate nighttime operation called Night Terrors , Michigan’s Premier Haunted Thrill Park featuring six haunted attractions with names like The Asylum, Hayrides of the Lost and Alien Caged Clowns.

“We do both businesses because they are different entertainment venue styles that go with different kinds of people,” said Rose Timbers, special events coordinator at Wiard’s, who has been with the operation for 22 years.

“The Country Fair is great family fun as well as being great for seniors or couples—you can come out and pick the perfect pumpkin, take a wagon ride, have a donut. We try to offer the best agri-entertainment experience you could have.”

Rose Timbers, special events coordinator at Wiard’s, shows off some of the seasonal treats for sale at the "agri-entertainment" complex.

But when the Country Fair closes at 6 p.m., a completely separate staff comes on to bring up the Night Terrors operation.

“It is a completely separate business hosted here at the Orchard. We always say we land one airplane at 6 and another one lifts off at 7:30.”

Timbers says both businesses are equally profitable.

Although Wiard’s employs only five staff members year-round, it re-hires 300 seasonal part-time workers each year—150 to man the Country Fair as well as another 150 for the Night Terrors side, including 115 monsters.

“The management for Night Terrors has been with us for years, and we have a very high rate of employees who come back year after year,” said Timbers.

“Many of them call and e-mail us all year with ideas for Night Terrors for the next year. We couldn’t do this without those employees who come back every year to bring this up from scratch, and we highly value them and their ideas.”

Timbers adds that if an idea doesn’t work, they make sure the person who came up with the idea understands why, so as not to inhibit creativity.

The haunted house market here is one of the most competitive markets in the U.S., says Timbers.

“There are more haunted houses per square mile in Michigan than most other states." In addition to being in a heavy market, Night Terrors has many repeat customers from year to year and needs to be refreshed each year.

“We are constantly adding things to Night Terrors and coming up with new and different scares,” says Timbers. “We do have new haunts this year but my guys would have my head if I told the secrets. The element of surprise is huge in our business.”

How scary is Night Terrors?

Let’s just say Timbers won’t go into Night Terrors anymore. “I am very much a Country Fair person—it’s too scary for me. I always have to appear in control, because that is the nature of my job. If mama’s scared, the whole farm is scared.”

Timbers stresses that none of this happens overnight: The seasonal business takes year-round planning.

“We have to have a well enough oiled machine that when we come off the ground we are working on all cylinders, and it looks to customers that we have been here all year,” she said.

Like many seasonal businesses, Timbers says they have a six-week period in which to generate revenue for the entire year.

Last year, customer numbers were tracking well until the rain hit in October.

“Rain hurts us. We can plan all year and be as ready as can be but if rains, they don’t come,” says Timbers.

Right now things are looking good for Wiard’s. “The apple and pumpkin crops look really good this year. The animals are healthy, the staff is ready. Everything is in place. Our projection is that looks like a good year, as long as the weather holds.”

In its 26th year of business, Wiard’s Country Fair opens Sat., Sept 18. Dates of operation for Night Terrors is Sept.25, October 1, 2, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 30, 31. Check Wiard’s Web site for hours at www.wiards.com and www.hauntedhousemichigan.com as the schedule may change.

Laura Blodgett is a freelance writer and a frequent contributor to Ann Arbor Business Review.

Sun, Sep 19, 2010 : 2:07 a.m.

ive been to wiards and going again this year i even took my neighbor there last year and she cried i think they do good yeah too expensive but worth it im all the way from dearborn heights and theres not much out here and $30.00 is worth it for six haunt attractions ad wasems look boring peace. peace and wiard thanks for a better year last year and keep rocking.

Wed, Sep 15, 2010 : 12:13 p.m.

When my family had a cider press we shopped around for the best deal on three or four bushels of 'seconds'or 'drops'. Wiard's was ridiculously overpriced for apples that had a few dings, or had been on the ground a little while. I realize that they had to make a profit, but really. After a very reasonably priced orchard closed down, we went to Wasem's. They were glad to unload them, and we got delicious cider and donuts besides. IMO, Wiard's is out for the money and too commercial for my tastes. But to each his own.

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 9 p.m.

There is Apple Charlies off 275, I think it is the exit after the airport turning right. Now that has some real donuts and cider. I love that place. The hayrides are easy on the children because they have a witch at the center of the hayride that tells easy ghost story. They have a haunted barn and it is owned completely by the family that runs it. Great place to go. Plus during the day or nite, you can watch them make donuts. During the day is apple cider. Of course the bees will be there too. There is a maze during the day near Lincoln Hi school. That maze is awesome. Word of caution though, if you bring your dog? You will find your way out faster then if you didn't. We did and they led us out of there very quickly. So, if you are looking something to do that is easy on the budget go here. We plan to. Now I need some greasy donuts and cider. As for Wiards? We have not been in years. The price has kept us away as well. I only do the hayrides because I love watching the monsters scare the dickens out of those who want to be scare. I love this time of year. Is it Halloween yet?

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Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 2:31 p.m.

@rolz g...hunh?!?!? imaginary customers? hunh? if you paid attention to my first post, "yes it's family fun and has been around for YEARS". lessee...wasem's is about (i repeat ABOUT) 5 miles away. there are orchards south of ypsilanti, between ypsilanti and plymouth....all local orchards that will gladly see your local dollars put into their pockets, just like wiards. i'm not a wiard's hater. i'm simply pointing out there are other (and in my opinion better) choices for your hard earned dollar. so before you hate on me, better read up boss. i am a firm believer in keeping your local dollar in the community. which is a relative term. is local ypsilanti, washtenaw county, southeast michigan, well you can decide. seems you already have your minds made up.

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 12:51 p.m.

Exactly; cant we all just get along and not pick apart the local businesses. I see this almost everytime there is apost on a local business on here people just want to rip them apart. cant everyone just agree no one place is for everyone. and, dading- someone may have a different opinion on donuts than you or what is fun event wise. lets stop the negativity. clearly people like all these orchards because they are all still around. they dont all have imaginary customers.


Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 12:48 p.m.

Its way crazy expensive but we keep paying it cause its the only place of its kind so close... having said that - its no where near worth the money - and they pay their staff peanuts

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 12:44 p.m.

so interesting to hear some of these comments on how expensive Wiard's is.... all a matter of perspective, I guess. I take my family every year, knowing that there's an admission fee. That said, there's like a ton of stuff to do for the kids &amp; they have a blast! the place is clean, staff is friendly &amp; service oriented, &amp; it's just a great way to spend a fall day with my family. Now compare that to going out to the movies, or mini golf, plus snacks, &amp; it's a great value &amp; much better way (in my opinion)to spend the day. Yes, there are some things that cost extra, but it's stuff like face painting, gem mining, pony rides, etc, NOT the vast majority of activities! If you're looking for the sleepy cider mill, then no, the country fair is probably not for you &amp; that's fine. Wiard's will always have my support!

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 12:37 p.m.

Thanks Janet! I felt like I was alone with my first posting. I agree, WIARDS ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Assuming some wiard's employees are reading this - we support you!

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 12:28 p.m.

I've never been to Wards. Its been recommended many times but i have been to wasums and Im NOT a fan. If were using this as an honesty forum i was underwhelemed with wasums. Ill WILL be trying wiards this year despite these comments -based on referrals. not saying dont try wasums either. just remember a lot of people on these comment boards come with an agenda. if wiards is half as good as my friends have told me and this article sounds them im golden. if not ill keep looking

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 12:11 p.m.

wasem's has awesome FRESH donuts...they make'em in front of you. they're so fresh and so good they almost disappear as soon as they're made. oohhh, i'd better not say anymore, one of my 'secrets' is out.

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 11:59 a.m.

Ok, so its not just me I wasnt going to comment but now that someone else took the time to speak up - wiards rocks. they have the best donuts and not to mention almost everyone i went to high school with at some point worked there. they are a huge help to the community with jobs and just keeping local business going. im assuming like any business they have to make money to stay around which explains a lot of smaller orcahrds closing every year because they dont charge enough for anything and then end up out of business. ill gladly pay to enjoy a whole day like any sort of county fair. and on weekdays i usually go to get my donuts and cider in the store and you dont have to worry about getting a parking spot or anything. and, since i go i know they dont pay for parking. that was like 10 years ago they did that. again wiards rocks!!!

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 11:56 a.m.

It is VERY, VERY expensive! Meaning it's competing with taking the family to a Michigan Football game, a concert, etc. That moves this into a different league....big business. No longer a quaint outing with the family. The free publicity is a nice. Someone over there is a master publicist. Every year at this time, like clockwork, they get a big editorial article. Saves on advertising, I guess.

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 11:47 a.m.

Call me crazy -- I agree with Lori. I adore Wiard's and the staff is always so friendly. A lot of the smaller orchards are only good for an hour at most of activities. If you live on the other side of the state Crane's is good. Otherwise, Wiard's gets a THUMBS UP from me.

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 11:40 a.m.

Personally, I completely understand different orchards for different folks. but, I happen to love Wiard's. I've gone just about every year since I was a kid and now my oldest is 10 and most of her great memories are at Wiard's. I would rather spend $10 spending an entire day there with hayride etc then take her to a 90 minute movie For what it's worth, I support Wiard's!!!


Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 11:35 a.m.

I went out there for the first time two years ago with the kids and I don't think I will ever go back. It is not worth the money.

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 11:18 a.m.

I agree with you JuliaAnnArb. Halloween should be about scary monsters and ghosts and what not, not fellow humans with medical conditions beyond their control.

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 10:53 a.m.

I haven't been to Wiard's in years because of the cost issues that others in here have cited. I'm really glad that I live a short drive from Wasem's. If your after the basic orchard items of apples, donuts, and cider then that's the place.


Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 10:38 a.m.

I agree that there can be humor in mental illness, but these attractions are designed to be scary, not funny. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, "Violent stereotypes are inaccurate and offensive and the U.S. Surgeon General has determined that stigma imposed on people with mental illness in our popular culture often discourages people getting help when they need it." And the attraction isn't about serial killers, it is explicitly about an old (fictional) hospital for people with mental illness, which includes schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, etc. Would it be okay to have a scary cancer hospital attraction? Cancer scares many people, but I can't imagine that a poster of someone getting chemo or having a tumor surgically removed would pass muster.


Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 10:28 a.m.

Lighten up. I think "sick and demented" was to be taken as serial killer, not schizophrenia, dementia, etc. I get being sensitive to those that can't speak up for themselves but sometimes hypersensitive political correctness is worse than the thing that is being pursued. "Awakenings" is a hillarious movie....almost as funny as "A Beautiful Mind". "I Am Sam" and "What's Eating Gilbert Grape?" had too many hot actors for the humor to be believable. Don't fall all of the way down to the bottom of the sar-chasm.

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 9:57 a.m.

I agree that the place is a rip-off. $12/person (age 2+) to get in, even if you just want to pick apples, is ridiculous. The article also doesn't mention that one of the Night Terrors attractions is The Asylum. The Wiard's website has a phony story about the mental institution that used to be on the grounds, and that the "quirky" people were released, leaving only the "truly sick and demented". This proximity to mental illness apparently drove the director of the asylum mad. The only thing that's sick and demented is that people would profit from this sort of stigmatizing. People with mental illness are not terrifying creatures like ghosts and goblins, they are real members of our community who deserve respect. National Mental Health Week is October 3-9 and I would urge everyone to find another fall activity to enjoy.

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 9:41 a.m.

It is unfortunate that AnnArbor.com does not provide free publicity to the numerous apple orchards that do not have an admission fee and where the actual focus is on apples and the other fruits and vegetables of the season. My family went to Wiard's once and I promised myself I would never go back. Charging admission and then charging additional fees for almost every event in the Orchard is just ridiculous.

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 8:15 a.m.

Wyard's used to be a fun spot for the family to go to. Now, expect to spend at least $100 for a family to go. They not only jacked up the price for everything, but nickel and dime you the whole time there.


Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 7:42 a.m.

Do they still charge the "donation" to park? Yet if you don't donate, you can't park. Is that really a donation? We finally paid off our first and only visit to Wiards 13 years ago.;)

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 7:18 a.m.

We are lucky to be in a state with so many choices. Wiards is a great choice if the whole big expansive and expensive experience is what you and your family want. If you are looking for something homey and simple and at a reasonable price, any other orchard in the area will work better for you.

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 6:53 a.m.

My family and I went to Wiard's last year, what a disappointment. It was so commercial and very expensive. I have a hard time believing that they make any of their own baked goods. We were planning to have donuts when we were there, but instead of smelling of fresh baked goods, the building they sold their food in smelled like musty mildew... yuck! I would love it if AnnArbor.com would put together a list of local orchards and corn mazes. I would love to take my son apple picking this year, but not at Wiards.

Jon Saalberg

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 6:37 a.m.

Every fall, our family goes to Wasem's. We appreciate the low-key, non-Disneyland aspect of that orchard. I guess if you want to pay admission to go to an orchard, Wiard's is the place.

Mon, Sep 13, 2010 : 5:41 a.m.

yes it's family fun and has been around for YEARS. however, it's getting to be expen$ive. look around folks, there are many local orchards w/many fun family entertaining events for a better $$ value.

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In the 19 th   century house № 17 on Myasnitskaya street in central Moscow was inhabited by a rich, but very greedy couple – Pyotr and Sofya Kusovnikov, who scrimped on almost everything. Extremely suspicious, they used to hide money from their servants in different places. Once they hid some in the fireplace, but the janitor accidentally burned it when lighting the fire. When she found out, Sofya died instantly of a broken heart, her husband passed away a little later. Since then, the ghost of a hunched old man in a coat has routinely appeared on the street near the house – this is Pyotr Kusovnikov mourning his lost money.

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During WWI, not far from the modern Sokol station of the Moscow metro, a cemetery for fallen soldiers was located. In 1918, mass executions of White officers and priests by the Reds were held there. All this led to the appearance of ghosts in the dark tunnels of the station. Early in the morning diaphanous figures with festering wounds can be seen there.  

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This castle was a royal residence built by order of Tsar  Paul I. On March 21, 1801, he was killed there by a group of conspirators. It is considered that the restless spirit of the tsar was unable to leave the castle. It appears there in the corridors with a burning candle in its hand.

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During the Civil War in Russia (1917-1922), a group of White troops held positions in the Volkovsky theater in Yaroslavl. The Red commissar in command of the siege promised to spare their lives. However, he lied and all the Whites were executed at the Znamenskaya Tower. Since then, the ghost of the commissar who didn’t keep his promise has been seen at the place of his crime.

5. Igumnov House in Moscow

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The house at 43 Bolshaya Yakimanka Street in Moscow, also known as “Igumnov House,” serves today as the residence of the French ambassador. It was built at the request of the industrialist Nikolay Igumnov in the late 19 th   century. He settled his young mistress here, but one day caught her with a lover. The lover was kicked out, but the girl was never seen again. It is believed that the outraged Igumnov bricked her up in a wall. During Soviet times, people often saw the ghost of a young girl walking through the walls with deep, plaintive sighs.     

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The flat on the second floor at 64 Gorokhovaya street in St. Petersburg is today a usual residential apartment. However, in the early 20th century it was home to one of the most mystical figures in Russian history – Grigory Rasputin. His ghost sometimes appears here, scaring inhabitants with its clunking steps and grunting in dark corners.

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This house at 2 Serafimovicha Street, simply known as “House on Embankment,” is among the most famous in the Russian capital, known as the place of residence for the Soviet   crème de la crème : writers, artists, actors, generals, athletes. However, it also has a dark history. During the Great Purge, a campaign of political repressions in the USSR, dozens of the house’s inhabitants were arrested and executed. Today, the house is full of the ghosts of those victims, who sometimes appear in their old dwelling place. 

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Among the high-rise modern buildings at 15 Gorky Street in Ryazan is an old tower – all that remains of the old hospital. At night, a lonely dark figure can be seen walking in this tower. This is the ghost of Alexander Smitten, who administered the hospital more than a century ago.

9. Griboyedov Canal in St. Petersburg

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During a misty night in March, one can see the ghost of a young girl near the Griboyedov Canal in St. Petersburg. Her face is blue because of asphyxiation, and there is a big red mark on her neck caused by a rope. This is famous revolutionary Sophia Perovskaya, who assassinated Tsar Alexander II and was hanged for her deed. To meet this ghost is a bad omen, and can cost nocturnal pedestrians their lives.

10. Nizhny Novgorod Kremlin

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There is a legend that when the Kremlin in Nizhny Novgorod was being built, the constructors were unable to finish one of the towers. It kept falling down. In the end, they decided to make a sacrifice and to build the tower on the blood of the first person who passed by. It happened to be a pregnant woman hurrying to the river for water. She was seized and bricked up in the tower alive. The ghost of a pale woman holding a baby has appeared near this place ever since.

11. Oldenburg Palace near Voronezh

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Built in the late 19th century, the palace belonged to Princess Eugenia of Leuchtenberg. Today her ghost rises from the deep casemates of the palace to wander through its rooms and corridors. There is also another ghost there, much older — the ghost of a young peasant girl. It is even said that Princess Eugenia saw it when she was alive.

12. Stalin’s country house near Sochi

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Stalin’s ghost can be seen at his country house, located today within the Green Groove hotel near Sochi. The “father of the nations” walks in his white jacket, smoking his trademark pipe.

13. Psychiatric hospital near Nizhny Novgorod

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Near the modern psychiatric hospital in the village of Lyakhovo near Nizhny Novgorod, one can see an abandoned old building. Several dozen years ago a young girl hanged herself there because of unrequited love. At night it is possible to see a white silhouette and hear the moaning and cries of the “love-stricken schoolgirl” as the locals call her.

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. Post-Communist underground stations in Moscow, like the recently completed Pyatnitskoye shosse, are still, very visibly, Moscow Metro stations. Regardless of the need or otherwise for nuclear shelters, they’re still buried deep in the ground; ubiquitous still is the expensive, laborious, but highly legible and architecturally breathtaking practice of providing high-ceilinged vaults with the trains leaving from either side. There have been attempts at “normal” metro lines, like the sober stations built under Khrushchev, or the “Light Metro” finished in 2003, but they didn’t catch on. Largely, the model developed in the mid-1930s continues, and not just in Moscow — extensions in Kiev or St Petersburg, or altogether new systems in Kazan or Almaty, carry on this peculiar tradition. Metro stations are still being treated as palaces of the people, over two decades after the “people’s” states collapsed. This could be a question of maintaining quality control, but then quality is not conspicuous in the Russian built environment. So why does this endure?

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. The original, 1930s Moscow Metro was the place where even the most skeptical fellow travellers threw away their doubts and surrendered. Bertolt Brecht wrote an awe-filled poem on the subject, “The Moscow Workers Take Possession of the Great Metro on April 27, 1935,” dropping his habitual irony and dialectic to describe the Metro workers perusing the system they’d built on the day of its opening. At the end, the poet gasps, his guard down, “This is the grand picture that once upon a time/ rocked the writers who foresaw it” — that is, that here, at least, a dream of “Communism” had been palpably built. It was not an uncommon reaction, then or now, nostalgia notwithstanding. The first stations, those Brecht was talking about, were not particularly over-ornamented, especially by the standards of what came later, but their extreme opulence and spaciousness was still overwhelming. Stations like Sokolniki or Kropotkinskaya didn’t bludgeon with classical reminisces and mosaics. Yet three things about the underground designs created by architects Alexei Dushkin, Ivan Fomin, Dmitry Chechulin et al were unprecedented in any previous public transport network, whether Charles Holden’s London, Alfred Grenander’s Berlin or Hector Guimard’s Paris. First, the huge size of the halls, their high ceilings and widely-spaced columns; second, the quality of the materials, with various coloured marbles shipped in from all over the USSR; and third, the lighting, emerging from individually-designed, surreal chandeliers, often murkily atmospheric, designed to create mood rather than light.

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    ‍ NIGHT TERRORS TICKETS ONLINE ONLY! Buy Tickets Attractions Visiting About Five Attractions - One Location ‍ CLICK ON AN ATTRACTION TO LEARN WHAT AWAITS YOU IN THE DARK! Wiard's Orchards Night Terrors is home ot Michigan's Haunted Thrill Park. With five haunted house attractions and more, Night Terrors is the scariest place to be this fall season.

  2. Night Terrors

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  3. Wiard's Night Terrors Haunted Theme Park

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    The only thing that could be more Spooktakular than a good scare this Halloween Season is enjoying the Fall Fun at a discount! Many of the local Haunted Attractions in Michigan offer special incentives right through website, that you can print out, and bring with you to get some scary-good savings.

  5. Wiard's Night Terrors Haunted Thrill Park

    Wiard's Night Terrors Haunted Thrill Park, Ypsilanti, Michigan. 10,525 likes · 11,118 were here. Voted one of the top 45 Haunts in the United States by...

  6. Frequently Asked Questions

    We do have group rates but only on the "Full Scream Ahead" passes. When you place your order online the discounts will auto-apply. Group rates start with groups of 10 or more and the discounts increase depending on the number of tickets. 10-24 tickets=$5 off per ticket, 25-49 tickets=$6 off per ticket, 50-100 tickets=$7 per ticket and 100+ tickets=$8 off per ticket.

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  8. Wiard's Haunted House (Night Terrors)

    Prepare yourself to confront those fears at one or all 6 of the Wiard chilling haunted attractions: the Ultimate Haunted Barn, the Asylum, The Mineshaft, Hayrides of the Lost, SplatterTown - Live Action Haunted Paintball and Alien Caged Clowns.


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  10. Night Terrors at Wiard's Orchards

    Night Terrors at Wiard's Orchards is Michigans Premire Haunted Thrill Park. We put terror in your face with 6 chilling AttractionsThe Ultimate Haunted Barn, The Minded Shaft, The Asylum, Spattertown - Live Action Paintball, Hayrides of the Lost, Alien Caged Clowns and Scareoke. Map This page can't load Google Maps correctly.

  11. Wiards Night Terrors Haunted Thrill Park

    provides and for Halloween haunted houses, haunted trails, haunted hayrides, scream parks, and other types of haunted attractions. adventures! on youTube! Subscribe! Wiards Night Terrors Haunted Thrill Park is an attraction with multiple haunts in Ypsilanti, Michigan outside Detroit. This scary Halloween event offers fun.

  12. Wiard's Orchards combines family fun with haunted house as seasonal

    The 100-acre Wiard's site offers everything anyone could ever want for fall fun--apple and pumpkin picking, a country store, bakery, cider mill, corn maze, fire engine ride, mini golf, hayrides, giant slide, straw mountain, petting farm, pedal tractor races, moonwalk, bungee run and more.

  13. Haunted House in Ann Arbor Michigan

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  14. Wiard's Night Terrors: Haunted Thrill Park listed as one of 45 'Top

    Wiard's Night Terrors has been recently announced as one of the 45 'Top Haunts" in the country by the Haunted Attraction Association. Night Terrors director ...

  15. Wiard's Orchards, Cider Mill & Country Fair| Ypsilanti, Michigan

    Wiard's Orchards & Country Fair is an apple orchard, cider mill and pumpkin patch that also offers a corn maze, petting farm, hayrides, and more fall activities for your family! We are located in Ypsilanti, MI, just east of Ann Arbor, MI.

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