World’s largest haunted attraction open for Halloween season

Cutting Edge customers waiting outside
Cutting Edge customers wait outside.

If you’ve been looking for the right haunted house to get you in the Halloween spirit, the answer may be Cutting Edge.

The haunted house, a popular Fort Worth attraction, is a re-purposed meat packing plant located on East Lancaster Avenue.

Last year it was awarded two Guinness World Records for being the World’s Longest Walk Through Haunted House as well as the World’s Largest Haunted Attraction.

This multi-level attraction takes about an hour to complete, though that time is probably closer to two and a half hours if line time is taken into consideration. While timed tickets and speedpass admission are available to cut wait time, the line is where the experience begins.

Guests wait in front of a giant skull entrance as a projector plays horror themed music videos.

By 8 p.m. actors make their way into the line. Zombies lunge at unsuspecting passersby and crawl across the gravel lot to grab guests’ feet. Clowns will sneak into selfie backgrounds, going unnoticed until the photographer looks back at the picture, or occasionally rev a chainsaw engine by visitors’ ears.

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A prop bus outside the haunted house.

The house itself can be described as an hour long adrenaline rush.

The visibility is so low that guests find themselves questioning whether each prop is living and whether it will jump up at them (SPOILER: It probably is, and it probably will).

Possibly the most intense part of the experience is saved for last: the bubble tunnel.

At first it seems innocent enough but guests may have second thoughts once they enter it. Foam completely envelopes everyone in the 50 meter tunnel, making it nearly impossible to see or breathe. By the time visitors emerge on the other side, they’re completely soaked.
The bubble tunnel

Cutting Edge will be open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from now until Nov. 5.

It’s also open on Valentine’s Day and every Friday the 13th.

General admission tickets cost $29.99, while speedpasses cost $49.99. Tickets can be purchased online or on location.