Now scaring! Freakling Bros. The Trilogy of Terror opens for 27th horrifying season



Freakling Bros. Trilogy of Terror returns Friday, Oct. 4 with three terrifying haunts, including the world-famous Gates of Hell

The Trilogy of Terror to operate Oct. 4 – 6, Oct. 10 – 13 and Oct. 17 – 31


 Now scaring! Freakling Bros The Trilogy of Terror returns Friday, Oct. 4 for its 27th spin-chilling season. Fresh off an appearance on Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures, the award-winning Freakling Bros. The Trilogy of Terror will once again feature Gates of Hell, Nevada’s first and only R-rated attraction, the experimental Coven of 13 and the classic Castle Vampyre, which will be celebrating its final season, leading the way to a new haunt in 2020.

Located at the Grand Canyon Shopping Center at 4245 S. Grand Canyon Dr. (Flamingo and the 215 Beltway), the Freakling Bros. The Trilogy of Terror box office will operate from 7 p.m. to midnight Friday – Saturday and from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday – Thursday, through Thursday, Oct. 24. The box office will also remain open until midnight from Friday, Oct. 25 through Thursday, Oct. 31. Castle Vampyre, Coven of 13 and Gates of Hell will remain open until every ticket holder has entered. Dates of operation will be Oct. 4 – 6, Oct. 10 – 13 and Oct. 17 – 31.

Tickets are $15 for COVEN of 13 and Castle Vampyre and $17 for Gates of Hell. Line-pass t-shirts are available for $15 and are valid all month. Discounts are available for combining houses and multiple visits, including the $40 “Freak Pass.” To enter the Gates of Hell you must be at least 17 years of age or accompanied by an adult, and you must sign a consent form. For more information on Freakling Bros. The Trilogy of Terror, call 362-FEAR or visit

Established in 1976, Freakling Bros., creators of Las Vegas’ premier haunted attractions, unveiled the city’s first free-standing haunted attractions in 1992, later introducing the industry’s first six-trailer, self-contained mobile attraction, paving the way for a new concept in haunted houses that would sweep the country.

In 2011, Duke and son JT Mollner introduced the first-ever R-rated attraction in Gates of Hell to the haunted experiences at The Trilogy of Terror. An experiment in serious, uncompromising, interactive horror, Gates of Hell helped The Trilogy of Terror earn top honors from The Scare Zone, earning a score of 6 on a scale of 0 – 5. The Trilogy of Terror was also named #1 in the Western United States. In 2015, Freakling Bros. introduced the groundbreaking Coven of 13, a horrifying journey through witches, warlocks and black magic, and in 2019, announced the legendary Castle Vampyre would celebrate its final season.