VIDEO: New Hampshire’s Haunted Overload is Still Creepy When Covered in Snow
Haunted Overload in Lee, New Hampshire, is one of New England's premiere Halloween attractions, and certainly among the most popular.
Amongst other accolades, the haunt has "twice been voted one of the top 13 haunted attractions in the country," according to their website. Upon arriving to the haunt at DeMeritt Hill Farm, guests journey into the forest and enter an abandoned village with a dark past, according to this backstory. No one knows what horrors lurk in the shadows, but one thing's for sure...you're not alone.
With top-quality sets aided by lights, spooky sound effects, and actors, this show truly is a memorable spectacle that's sure to put you in the Halloween spirit.
Since we're currently in the middle of winter, Haunted Overload is currently closed to the public. Still, that doesn't mean that the creepy structures and props aren't still sitting in the woods...waiting.
The attraction's Facebook page recently shared the below video, showing parts of Haunted Overload covered in snow. And yes, it still looks creepy:
Whenever there's an empty place that should have people roaming around (take this New Hampshire mall, for instance), things are bound to feel eerie and unsettling, and Haunted Overload is no exception.
To learn more about Haunted Overload, click here, or watch the below promo from 2019. We have no doubt that this awesome place will continue their spooky reign of terror in 2023.
Speaking of places covered in snow, here's a look at the snow-covered rides at Canobie Lake Park and Funtown Splashtown. Pretty cool, right?