Erebus Haunted Attraction Ready for Another Season of Thrills and Chills

One of the Worlds most renowned haunted houses to feature horror stars, new attractions for the Halloween season

Online PR News – 25-September-2011 – – The Scariest Men in Michigan, Ed and Jim Terebus are ready for another season full of haunts and terror. Erebus Haunted Attraction in Pontiac is set to open on September 23 for its eleventh season and this year there are more thrills and chills than ever before.

Erebus is introducing a new “war zone” where visitors will enter the battlefield and fend off aliens that threaten our very existence. Those who dare to enter Erebus should be ready for frights that will shock all the senses.

Along with new attractions inside of their warehouse style fear factory, the Terebus brothers will have some of the leading horror film actors lurking around Erebus to terrify visitors. September 30 and October 1 will be taken over by Kane Hodder, the actor who played Jason Voorhies in multiple Friday the 13 films. October 7 will have J. Larose, a star from the Saw film series. Both will be featured at the Haunted Attraction for signings and photographs.

The Terebus Brothers have been in the business of scaring people for more than 30 years. They have spent every moment of the last three decades carefully planning, plotting and executing new and unique ways to terrify people giving them the title of the Scariest Men in Michigan. The duo of fright have created one of top haunts in the world, holding the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest haunted attraction for several years. Visit for hours and more information on Erebus Haunted Attraction.

Jim and Ed Terebus and Erebus Haunted Attraction
Beginning in 1980 with a series of haunted trailers, the brothers Terebus in their 30 years in the business have created a terror empire in Pontiac. With the founding of Erebus Haunted Attractions in 2000, Jim and Ed Terebus have built a national reputation for themselves, consistently being ranked near the top of the International Association of Haunted Attractions and Hauntworld Magazine for their attraction. In 2007, Erebus hosted the Hauntcon convention and was dubbed “The haunt that scared the haunted.” Ed also publishes Fear Finder magazine and the brothers recently exported their terror expertise to China, co-creating an attraction in Shanghai.