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Hollowgraves Haunted Manor


The Hollowgraves Haunted Manor, a dark walk-through, is open for business. Again. Chased out of Seaside Park by Hurricane Sandy, in 2013 owner Stan Ambro returned it to Keansburg Amusement Park in Keansburg, New Jersey, for the second time, where his Hollowgraves now remains as one of the park's tenants and prime attractions. The Haunted Manor is family friendly. While there are definitely some bloody scenes inside, it is more creepy than gory. It is much more in the vein of a classic haunted house attraction with a mixture of live actors and one of a kind animatronic characters that you will find nowhere else. Using three tractor trailers, Hollowgraves has moved around the state for 23 years. The house first opened in 1995 as a Halloween attraction at the Gingerbread Castle in Hamburg, New Jersey. After additional Halloween runs in Wayne and Andover, the house made the change to become a shore attraction with its debut at Keansburg Amusement Park in 2002. After that one season, it moved to Funtown Pier at Seaside Park in 2003. During its time in Seaside Park, the Haunted Manor made brief cameos in the movie "Beer League" and the NBC TV show, "The Apprentice." After four seasons, the house returned to its Halloween roots with seasons in Vernon and Budd Lake from 2007 through 2010. In 2012, the Haunted Manor returned to Funtown Pier in Seaside Heights. A long term stay was made impossible though when Hurricane Sandy ravaged the boardwalk, destroying just about everything on it. Somehow, the Haunted Manor was one of very few attractions to make it through the storm completely intact and, in 2013, it relocated back to Keansburg Amusement Park. The house is 55 feet (17 m) wide by 40 feet (12 m) deep. Including the gated queue line


and grave yard, it occupies a space 65 feet (20 m) wide by 72 feet (22 m) deep. It takes about eight to ten minutes to go through, where guests will encounter 12 scenes. Up to 180 people per hour in groups of no more than six can be accommodated.


SEPTEMBER 2018


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