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LOUISVILLE, Ky. —  I was wondering when we would start getting our annual haunted house stories and  24-year-old Jessica K. Bottoms gets the honors of being the first. Her drunk ass got arrested after she punched an actor in a haunted house attraction.

According to arrest records, shortly after midnight Friday, Bottoms was drunk at the Haunted Hotel when she punched one of the employees and was observed by police grabbing on other attraction workers.

She was told to leave but she decided to eschew logic, like most drunks do, and became combative. She continued fighting with police even after she was restrained and arrested.

Bottoms was placed in jail on preliminary charges of misdemeanor charges of alcohol intoxication, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. While I find nothing quite as aggravating as a belligerent drunk chick, at least she wasn’t a drunk cop.

Anyone else have any memorable experiences at a haunted house attraction? I never got scared at them as much as I got aggravated at people jumping out at me. But I will admit, the first time I went to one where a guy was using a real chainsaw without a chain was pretty startling.

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  • Anonymous

    At the least scary haunted house I’ve ever been to, my ex-boyfriend’s sister peed her pants. Not just a dribble, we’re talking the flood gates opened. We made her ride in the bed of the truck for the hour long drive home. Did I mention she was 20 years old when this happened? Yeah.

  • http://justiceforcaylee.synthasite.com/ shyloh

    I don’t go into places like that. And this is just one of many reasons why I don’t ha. I get freaked out just hearing noises in my house in the dark.

  • Vannessa

    I love places like that. Every year I make sure to go to Nightmare New England, best ‘haunted houses’ ever!!! 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    Admission to a Haunted Hotel approx. 15.00
    The expression on Satan’s face, just before he gets knocked the fuck out – priceless.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Count Rackula

    I went to one that had a dude with a chainsaw… but the fucking thing had the chain on it. The scariest thing about that haunted house was the thought that that guy was going to accidentally maim a toddler with that fucking thing.

  • Anonymous

    My in-laws at Thanksgiving…..that is really scary!

    And for the unlovely drunken socialite >>> Gag her, hang her by her feet in the haunted hotel, and tell all the visitors it’s an animated dummy that is full of candy >>> enter the baseball bat.

  • Anonymous

    The one time in my life I went to an “attraction” like that, I got my nose bloodied by the elbow of some idiot running away from one of the so-called scares.

    Have never really had the desire to go to one again.

  • Anonymous

    Don’t feel bad about the chainsaw thing Morbid. The first time I went to Halloween Horror Nights and one of those chainsaw guys came at me I lost it like a little girl. I’ve watched too many cheesy horror flicks for the noise not to make me freak out.

  • Anonymous

    The universal studios attraction was scary.Some of the people were dressed as very large Egyptian statues that came to life and chased you.Luckily for me , I had my daughterts with me to sacrafice, to the Egyptian gods.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Damon-Brooks/16830551 Damon Brooks

    The only haunted house I really ever enjoyed was not “haunted” it was some UFO crash site attraction in Ontario. 7 foot tall aliens chasing you = awesome. 

  • Crymzen Vyolet

      I used to work at an awesome haunted house, when I was younger. It was a very old house downtown, that of course has always been rumored to be actually haunted. It was a whore house back in the 40’s or 50’s. Anyway, it always made my night if I could get at least one person to piss themselves, especially if it was a grown man! 

     That said, I hated when asshole drunk people would come through and fuck with  the “actors” or the props. There’s a lot of money and hard work, that  goes into some of these places. You’re supposed to be there to get the crap scared out of you, or at the very least, have a good time watching other people turn from tough to screaming little girls. Show a little respect. 

  • Anonymous

    Way back BC (before children) hubby and I went to visit his grandparents in PA and went to a cave that was set up like a haunted house.  It wasn’t too bad but the getting into tight spaces and not knowing if you’ll be able to get past the swarm of people in front and back of you was scary enough.

    The last haunted house was a charity thing in an old house down the street from our home.  It was an older victorian type home.  Awesome setup for a haunted house.  I was fine all through seeing someone chainsaw someone’s head off and all that stuff.  What freaked me out was when we went to exit we had to crawl through this crawl space, very tight, and come out from under the back of the house.  The last thing was crawling over this space that was strewn with what felt like eyeballs.  Scared the shit out of me.

    I never have gone to another one, and don’t intend to.  There’s a church that has that hell house thing but there is no way I’m doing that.

  • Anonymous

    Strangely enough, I think I’d like the alien thing.

  • Hekate

    BOO!!!! …. hic!

  • http://truecrimereport.com iLLusionS

    You know …my natural reaction when someone jumps out at me or startles me is to swing…..Needless to say that doesn’t stop hubby….He had about 12 cellphone videos over the course of a month where he sneaks up on me and yells, or grabs me…once he snuck right up beside me, and in a normal voice said “What are you doing?” To which I jumped and threw the clothes I was folding at him….BUT if I am in a haunted house, I wouldn’t be drunk for one thing, maybe toasted by herbal means, but never drunk….and for two you are THERE to be scared….I love haunted houses. I love being scared by controlled means, shall I say. Hence the reason I like scary movies….

  • Hekate

    LOL “toasted by herbal means”

    whatever could you possibly mean by that????

  • Pyncky

    bread with oregano?

  • Anonymous

    Being I have a pranormal life and can see and hear spirits, I basically don’t have to leave my own home to get scared.When my daughter was a baby, I knew she was psychic.This one incident kind of freaked me out.She was about 1 1/2 years old.She was playing in her room, when she come running back out with a horrid look on her face, She was saying ,”ghost ,ghost”.She stops and what looked like she was listening to someone, shakes her head up and down and says,”oh, nice ghost” she then goes back into her room to play.I go running in there to see if I could see or hear anything but couldn’t.Now I ask you what baby knows at that age what a ghost is? It is not something I would have taught her.

  • Anonymous

    Being I have a pranormal life and can see and hear spirits, I basically don’t have to leave my own home to get scared.When my daughter was a baby, I knew she was psychic.This one incident kind of freaked me out.She was about 1 1/2 years old.She was playing in her room, when she come running back out with a horrid look on her face, She was saying ,”ghost ,ghost”.She stops and what looked like she was listening to someone, shakes her head up and down and says,”oh, nice ghost” she then goes back into her room to play.I go running in there to see if I could see or hear anything but couldn’t.Now I ask you what baby knows at that age what a ghost is? It is not something I would have taught her.

  • Anonymous

    Being I have a pranormal life and can see and hear spirits, I basically don’t have to leave my own home to get scared.When my daughter was a baby, I knew she was psychic.This one incident kind of freaked me out.She was about 1 1/2 years old.She was playing in her room, when she come running back out with a horrid look on her face, She was saying ,”ghost ,ghost”.She stops and what looked like she was listening to someone, shakes her head up and down and says,”oh, nice ghost” she then goes back into her room to play.I go running in there to see if I could see or hear anything but couldn’t.Now I ask you what baby knows at that age what a ghost is? It is not something I would have taught her.

  • Anonymous

    Being I have a pranormal life and can see and hear spirits, I basically don’t have to leave my own home to get scared.When my daughter was a baby, I knew she was psychic.This one incident kind of freaked me out.She was about 1 1/2 years old.She was playing in her room, when she come running back out with a horrid look on her face, She was saying ,”ghost ,ghost”.She stops and what looked like she was listening to someone, shakes her head up and down and says,”oh, nice ghost” she then goes back into her room to play.I go running in there to see if I could see or hear anything but couldn’t.Now I ask you what baby knows at that age what a ghost is? It is not something I would have taught her.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=736546181 Michael Heldman

    The actor was quoted as saying “Braaaiinns” cause he was dressed like a zombie.  The woman got upset because she didn’t have any.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=736546181 Michael Heldman

    The actor was quoted as saying “Braaaiinns” cause he was dressed like a zombie.  The woman got upset because she didn’t have any.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=736546181 Michael Heldman

    The actor was quoted as saying “Braaaiinns” cause he was dressed like a zombie.  The woman got upset because she didn’t have any.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=736546181 Michael Heldman

    The actor was quoted as saying “Braaaiinns” cause he was dressed like a zombie.  The woman got upset because she didn’t have any.

  • Valerie

    Who takes a toddler to one of those?!? I love my children, but I don’t want to hear them cry and freak out more than they already do.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=736546181 Michael Heldman

    It was Patrick Swayze, obviously.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Count Rackula

    Trust me, taking a toddler to a haunted house has to be one of the LEAST retarded things people do with their kids in my city.

  • LeaveMeBe

    Bwa-hahaha! Kiddie sacrifices. What a good idea.

  • LeaveMeBe

    Never really freaked in a haunted house before, but my daughter did go postal a couple of years ago at The House of Torment here in Austin. She and her friend’s were about half-way through when one of the girls began having a seizure (real, not a panic attack) when they were in the “closing in” walls part of the attraction. My daughter managed to throw her over her shoulder and was running for the exit and all the “creepy clowns” were still doing their thing. After having a screming fit one finally caught on and helped her get out with her friend. Ambulance came and she was OK. So, THAT is the scariest thing I’ve ever heard of happening in one of these.

  • Anonymous

    Huh!

  • Anonymous

    Yeah or anyone really. you know how people can push and shove when trying to get away. with my luck some asshat screaming teen , would push me into it.

  • Anonymous

    I was a shrieking lady behind a giant spider web at a haunted house once.  I can’t go into those things, I can’t stand being spooked like that. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WUSPJ56WM63ZAO7MYQGILWWWPM aliceinchainsboy

    damn you have all the fun

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WUSPJ56WM63ZAO7MYQGILWWWPM aliceinchainsboy

    I’m always punching the Clown in those funhouses..

  • Anonymous

    No the real fun is when I got groped at a haunted house by one of the ‘actors.’ Granted, I was 19, 5’9″, 130 lbs and wearing lingerie as a ‘costume’ but hey, old man was nasty.

  • Anonymous

    when they pulled the chainless chainsaw out at the one my kids and I were attending Friday night, a group of preteens almost stampeded over us.  I had to yell at them to not kill my 7 year old.  (my kids were laughing-nothing in there would scare them.  of course they have never actually seen any of the gory kill flicks).  

  • Anonymous

    Did you move to Fl, Count?

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Count Rackula

    Lol! No, but perhaps I should nickname my city “Little Florida.”

  • Anonymous

    Well one day when my kids are teenagers, my husband a.k.a. Mr. Halloween will make them work for months to make our yard & backyard a haunted house.

    He loves Halloween enough that the whole town has cute ghosts & our yard is the morbidly, gory, scary anymatronic props.

    (Pic below) This guy has a motion sensor. Scared the shit outta the teenagers, the little kids are just scared of the music… I play M.J.’s thriller. Paedophiles are scary. I’ll keep posting pics of our home made props.

  • Anonymous

    I made this one, my husband worked on the campfire underneath it.

  • Anonymous

    And this bitch would be awesome had we lived in a house far away from a freaking light post but we live in a T of light posts with out house right in the middle.

    Here’s a link to what it looks like in the night, I’m sorry if my voice is annoying. @countrackula:disqus here’s what my house looks like for recon purposes while you’re breaking in. I shall advice you that we have an alarm & a vicious poisonous coral.

    I’ll post it later cause I can’t find the file.

  • Anonymous

    The pic that didn’t upload in my original comment.

  • Anonymous

    No, he was still alive at that time.lol

  • Anonymous

    Is that what they are calling it these days ? :P

  • Anonymous

    Ewe! yuck! Good job jgo

  • Anonymous

    Thanks. It’s just foam insulation on a cheap plastic skeleton with red, black paint & spray clear shine.

  • Anonymous

    Where you been thought you were in the box.

  • Anonymous

    Hey Jgo put this on your grave marker

    Here lies the remains of Lester Moore
    Shot 6 times by a 44
    No Les No More

    Anyone know what movie this is from?

  • Alicia

    I read the link posted about the drunk cop and saw all the TCM items posted at the bottom of the story…OMG, those are awesome! I’ve never seen memorabelia from TCM but I’m glad you posted pics of them in that article because I think I now know what I’m going to get my dad for Christmas. Where can I find the house and the statue of Leatherface with the bloody apron and the field/fence backdrop that’s as high quality as yours?

  • Anonymous

    The year I was  7 mo pregnant on our anniversary we celebrated by going to Olive Garden and then one of the best haunted houses I’ve seen(they turn our local indoor paintball buildings into a haunted attraction).My husband wanted me to smuggle in a water ballon and pop it when one of the actors jumped out and pretend my water broke.I turned him down-afraid we’d freak somebody out for real.

  • UniqueMommy1984

    A lot of people do. I used to work at haunted houses. Did it for about four years and people would bring infants and toddlers all the time. The parents would even get mad when some of the actors refused to scare them because the kids were already crying as it is.

  • missvalerie

    I volunteered at a haunted house for about ten years. When I was fifteen, the guys from Insane Clown Posse came to volunteer with us. Somehow word about it got out, and we were absolutely flooded with juggulos who wanted to meet the group. I made the mistake of scaring a “juggalette” and her boyfriend came after me and started punching me in the stomach. The ICP guys pulled him off of me and escorted him out. It was terrifying.

  • Hekate

    oooo yummy… know what i’m having w dinner now

  • Anonymous

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQwWQdreI2Y

    That’s the night version of what the props look like.

  • UniqueMommy1984

    Glad the girl was okay. That would be a very scary situation. :-( 

  • UniqueMommy1984

    That would have been freaking hilarious but yeah I think it would of freaked some people out. 

  • wyrosjr

    I think you left some of the good stats out?

  • wyrosjr

    I love to scare my wife also. She is deathly afraid of snakes. The last thing I did was to tie a string to a snake in one of the cabinets. So that when she opened it, the snake came out at her.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Jaded

    I would kill you dead. Like, 7 or 8 times. 

  • Anonymous

    Hmmmm, when I was 19 my boobs weren’t fully developed… I think I was a 36C then? Haha. With an ass that’s equally nice to look at.

  • Anonymous

    This is in a new Mexico city, right? I thought I had seen it all in southern NM until I moved to a border town in Texas…

  • Lucy Van Pelt

    I’m the one everyone comes to for protection, even strangers.  I once entered a haunted house with my co-workers, and exited with four young black kids clinging to me for dear life.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PKSJ42VBXNAFJLOH54Y3K4KTXU Heather Habilatory

    When I was little, they had a kid’s haunted corn maze thing at the local community center. Basically just people dressed as scarecrows would stand still and when you walked past them they’d grab you. The local guard unit put it on, and let me tell you, those motherfuckers know how to hide, and move through dry corn fields without making noise. My friend’s dad was in the guard and knew when we got there and he hid at the end and grabbed me and dragged me into the corn. I was so freakin scared! But it was funny afterward.

    We have an old military fort south of us that does a Haunted Fort every year. Last year my mom got drunk with her friends and went to it. Some lady dressed as a dead person kept getting in my mom’s face, and my mom would try to go around her and the lady would get in her way again. Exasperated, because after about the tenth time it’s not scary or funny, she picked the bitch up, threw her over her shoulder, and walked down the hallway. I was like… .”well THAT’S one way to do it.”

  • http://truecrimereport.com iLLusionS

    You guys are making me hungry…Or maybe that’s the munchies ;)

  • Hekate

    i’m not afraid of snakes but you would absolutely not have lived to tell the tell…

  • Hekate

    I totally wanna come party at your house JGo… these are awesome!!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5WYTW5UWWTGEKN4L2HBZ7I4E5E Zazen

    Lol, my best friend was a big wuss like that, but never stopped her from going to haunted houses. She was the chick the chainsaw guy instinctively knew he could chase all over downtown. How scared was she? Let’s see…
    1. Pissed herself? Numerous times.
    2. Punched haunted house actors? Yes, and knocked one guy out.
    3. When all else failed, she’d pick me up and throw me at whatever was popping out at us. Because fear really does give people retard strength.

  • Anonymous

    One of my rescues escaped once and was gone for a few days. My unfortunate boyfriend was in the closet picking out clothes when said snake dropped right on his head from the top shelf. I have never heard a man make a sound like he did that day. It was a cross between inquisition torture and dying right whale. I laughed so hard I though I might actually give my self a heart attack.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=736546181 Michael Heldman

    Jaded, I’m surprised.  I thought you could handle a snake?

  • LeaveMeBe

    Lol! That is some funny stuff right there! I would have laughed too, but I know for a fact my husband would have divorced me without ever saying a word to me if he lived through the trauma of having a snake land on his head.

  • LeaveMeBe

    I think the actual quote comes from John Wayne in Stagecoach. I tried to call my dad to check because he always used to quote lines from old westerns and I remember that one but he isn’t answering his phone. He has a fake tombstone in a flower bed in his yard that says “I told you I was sick!” :)

  • Anonymous

    October comes around & my house looks like a gorefest & I become the Martha Stewart of gore… My neighbors ask if we’re doing it this year & I don’t want to but it’s a 97% yes 3% hope of snow to stop the crazyness.

  • Anonymous

    Once I was in this psychedelic maze that was at the end of this haunted house. Now, I am deathly afraid of clowns, and these two clowns started chasing me. I ended up getting cornered and was curled up in a ball on the floor crying when my boyfriend at the time found me and made the bastards back off. I have avoided haunted houses for the most part since, but now my kids are getting to the age where they’re really wanting to go to one, so I’m afraid my luck is running out.

  • Anonymous

    Tombstone opening scene

  • Anonymous

    You know how you stop a clown from chasing you?  You stop running.

  • LeaveMeBe

    Oh, that’s right! I’m your huckleberry. I was so in love with Val back then and I love that movie. But I swear it was in an older western before that. My dad wouldn’t know Tombstone quotes with Val Kilmer & Kurt Russell.

  • Hekate

    someone once told me that children are more precious than we think because they, being “new” to this world, are still close to the spirit world whence they came.. thus they should be listened to in such matters of “paranormal”. Just because an adult doesnt see it doesnt necessarily mean  it isnt there.  My hubby always thought i was full of shit when i would tell him about things i had seen as a child and still see now i’m an adult.. then our 2 children started telling him about the “fast people” visiting them and how they blink in and out…. i’m sure he’s not entirely a believer but i’m pretty sure he wonders how possible it is.

  • http://musclegrown.jigsy.com Darrell FIne

    I got kicked out of Halloween Horror Nights once… The only time I ever went and I had to be the ONE ASSHOLE that pantsed (or however the fuck you spell that word) one of the goofy bastards with the chainsaws. Oh well. It was funny though. Hell, I got a chuckle out of it.

  • Anonymous

    Why Roy does this mean were not friends if we weren’t friends I don’t think I could bear it.

  • wyrosjr

    You girls always say that… but you love the excitement.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Jaded

    Heh….

    Not when they’re flying out of the cupboard.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Jaded

    You’re right…death is probably a bit harsh. How ’bout a good maiming? 

  • LeaveMeBe

    You’re a daisy if you do!

  • Carmelo Spatazza

    Well…Bottoms up!

  • wyrosjr

    as long as it feels good?

  • Anonymous

    I know children are more sensitive.Our old house was haunted and my toddler was the only one who could seeher.She would sing him to sleep at night and he would learn the songs and sing with her.Songs we had never taught him and he couldn’t have heard anywhere else.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Donna-Gunning-Aiello/1347075958 Donna Gunning Aiello

    I work an additional job during the month of October at a Haunted House and getting punched happens several times a night to our actors. Last night I was knocked down while taking tickets by a man that should be a pro football player the way he came running out right after entering and took out several people in the process. This year we have had to have 3 adults removed so far from literally just freaking out. I dont understand why people would go to a haunted attraction if they dont enjoy the scare