Review: Haunted Overload is an unforgettable Halloween experience in New Hampshire

This time of year, there are plenty of Halloween haunted attractions to choose from all over the country. But every once in a while you experience a haunt that you simply can’t stop thinking about. That is the case for Haunted Overload in Lee, New Hampshire.

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Photos by Jeff DePaoli

Tucked away in the woods behind a farm stand are the impressive structures of Haunted Overload. The whole experience is out in nature, feeling extremely organic to the surrounding area. Most of the haunted structures you’ll see are made of wood and other organic materials, so nothing feels like it’s out of place.

One of the most impressive elements of Haunted Overload is the scale of everything. With no ceiling to contend with, these one-of-a-kind sculptures reach for the sky. Everything you see and experience is completely unique to Haunted Overload and has been expanded upon through the years.

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As you browse through these photos, keep in mind that everything you’re seeing is part of the queue. No cameras are allowed inside the actual haunt portion. If this much love and detail was put into simply the queue, just imagine what the true haunt experience is like. There are screams aplenty as you wander through these woods.

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If you’re someone who doesn’t enjoy being scared, but would like to see these impressive structures, there’s an option for you. On select dates they offer a family friendly version during the daytime with no scares. And if you’re in the mood for something extra scary, on Halloween night only, they offer their Lights Out haunt. The woods are full of monsters, but you need to find your way out without the help of any lights.

Haunted Overload is an extremely memorable night of Halloween fun in an area of the country that simply screams Halloween. Many of the event nights sell out. If you can’t find tickets to your date of choosing, reach out to them and see if there are any options to attend. You won’t regret it. You can find more information at

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