One Night Only - Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th

Boneyard Haunted House Opened One Night only on Friday the 13th.

Experience the FEAR one more time

Boneyard Haunted House opened the gates for one night this Friday the 13th.

  1. Friday the 13th - the most supersticious day of the year
  2. Most buildings do not have a 13th Floor
  3. To this day many cities do not have a 13th street.

  4. Friday the 13th
    at the Boneyard Haunted House

Friday the 13th 2013: The Largest Haunted Attraction in Texas will open the gates to a standing room only crowed on Friday the 13th. One of the few Dark Attractions in the country to remain open late into November,

Friday 13th is unlucky for some. The risk of hospital admission as a result of a transport accident may be increased by as much as 52 percent. Staying at home is recommended!

LEGEND HAS IT: If 13 people sit down to dinner together, one will die within the year. The Turks so disliked the number 13 that it was practically expunged from their vocabulary (Brewer, 1894). Many cities do not have a 13th Street or a 13th Avenue. Many buildings don't have a 13th floor. If you have 13 letters in your name, you will have the devil's luck (Jack the Ripper, Charles Manson, Jeffrey Dahmer, Theodore Bundy and Albert De Salvo all have 13 letters in their names). There are 13 witches in a coven.

Scene from Psycho - A sometimes too realistic setting, many guests never make it past this point

Never change your bed on Friday; it will bring bad dreams. Don't start a trip on Friday or you will have misfortune. If you cut your nails on Friday, you cut them for sorrow. Ships that set sail on a Friday will have bad luck � as in the tale of H.M.S. Friday ... One hundred years ago, the British government sought to quell once and for all the widespread superstition among seamen that setting sail on Fridays was unlucky. A special ship was commissioned, named "H.M.S. Friday." They laid her keel on a Friday, launched her on a Friday, selected her crew on a Friday and hired a man named Jim Friday to be her captain. To top it off, H.M.S. Friday embarked on her maiden voyage on a Friday, and was never seen or heard from again.