- Average Review
- (1 review)
- Scare Factor
- Moderately Scary
- Appropriate For
- Rated PG-13, may be too intense for young children
- Organization Type
- Commercial / For Profit
- Listing Categories
- Haunted Houses, Haunted Mazes / Haunted Corn Mazes, Other Events
- More Info
- Wheelchair Accessible, Outdoor Event(s), Indoor Event(s), Touching Not Allowed, Free Parking
Slaughterhouse: The Final Cut is based off the original Slaughterhouse, a former haunted maze that was a fan favorite for many years. Although Slaughterhouse: The Final Cut is inspired by the original, this is one sequel you can count on being better. According to our "Scream Dream Team," the maze creators, Slaughterhouse: The Final Cut combines intensity, realism and fun. Take a look below at some of the concept art for an early preview of what's to come….oink, oink.
BEHIND THE HAUNTED MAZE
For a little backstory on the maze, it is set in Red Ribbon Meats, an old meat processing plant in the 1970's. As they story goes, Red Ribbon Meats was one of the most popular meat producers before The Great Depression hit. Once the economy tanked, the company hit hard times - leading to the unfortunate demise of the original founder Samuel Osteler.
Determined to revamp the family business, Samuel's son took over the processing plant. To turn a profit, the company used very unethical practices to meet the demands for cheap meat, including using malnourished cattle and....humans. Under this demented direction, Red Ribbon Meats was able to turn things around. Now they proudly provide tours of their slaughterhouse to unsuspecting guests with the promise of free, fresh samples. As a guest, you'll soon see how they put the magic in the meat - at prices that cannot be beat.
Located behind Carolina Cyclone, Slaughterhouse: The Final Cut will provide the ultimate SCarowinds experience this year. In addition to Slaughterhouse: The Final Cut, Sliver Scream Sinemas is now under the name of Sliver Scream Studios. It has been refreshed and revamped with all new scares that will surely deliver the ultimate director’s cut. SCarowinds is the most terrifying haunted attraction in the Carolinas. Located on the state line in Charlotte and Fort Mill, SCarowinds features seven haunted mazes, five scare zones and five themed shows. It is the ultimate Halloween event. Email Haunt Owner
Hours of Operation: 7 pm - 12 am
Admission Costs: Scarowinds Pass - $29.99
Unlimited Visits - $59.99
Scarowinds Admission + Fright Lane Combo - $55
Scarowinds All Inclusive Ticket - $99.99
- event open dates
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SCarowinds is such a fun experience and worth the money! The regular park is shut down around 7 and around 7:30 they let everyone in, but much better once the sun is set. They have live music set up in spaces of the park and many places to eat. They have plenty of haunted attractions and walk throughs and even have the actors walking through the park to scare you at any time and point. They will even be in the lines, they're determined. Rides are open but on any night most of the lines are with a hr- 2 hr wait time. SCarowinds also steps it up and offers a lanyard with a light up ghost on it to minimize the chances of being scared (for easily scared and kids). The actors are also very generous and will let you get pictures with them and of them, and two attractions offer pictures for purchase! Overall, if looking for a good haunt, SCarowinds is definitely the place!
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