Get Your Haunted House Fix at The Realm of Darkness

Attention scare-seekers! Halloween is just around the corner and it’s the season to be frightening. What better way to get into the spirit than by visiting a haunted house? The Realm of Darkness of Pontiac considers themselves to be one of the only “real haunted houses” you will find in Michigan.

The Realm of Darkness is based on the legend of an evil Wizard, who has reigned at The Realm of Darkness for centuries. The Wizard, Daemon, grows stronger with every soul he claims, using all of his power to lure time itself into the Realm’s vortex…Sounds pretty scary, right?

What makes this haunted house even more daunting?

Along the way through, you’ll come across ghost warriors from bygone eras, pirate lords with their ships and crew, torture masters, a variety of creatures thought long extinct, zombies, and horrible experiments gone wrong. Who knows, you may be next…after all, The Realm of Darkness asks “How do you stop the ‘undead’?”  Bone-chilling, right?

Now, how about a little news to warm you back up? For a limited time only, and while supplies last, CBS 62 has YOUR tickets to walk through this haunted legend, The Realm of Darkness, for FREE!

You can call our operator at 248-355-7000 to check on remaining tickets, and our station is located at 26905 W. Eleven Mile Rd, Southfield, MI 48033. Station hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30am-5:30pm.

For more information on The Realm of Darkness visit their website here. The Realm of Darkness is located at 37 Turk, Pontiac, MI 48341.


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