Fright Dome Named Among America’s Top Haunted Houses by

For the third year in a row, Fright Dome, the sinister alter-ego of Circus Circus’ Adventuredome, has been named one of the top haunted attractions in the nation.

“Each year we go to the extremes andto make sure we are scarier more terrifying than the year before,” said Jason Egan, founder and owner of Fright Dome Productions. “Being recognized as one of the top haunted houses in the nation for the third consecutive year is further proof that Fright Dome features some of the most horrific and scariest attractions in the country.”

Fright Dome features a total of five haunted houses, 23 rides and attractions andwith scares around every corner., Itand has attracted more than 20,000 visitors in five days since it openinged for weekends on Friday, Oct. 3.

The attraction, in its sixth year at Circus Circus, features added three new haunted houses – HillBilly Hell, Vampire’s Bloodfeast and The HEX-MAS Nightmare, complete with falling snow. Other new features include Scare Zones with monsters and super creatures lurking in the dark, as well asand an off-the-wall stunt show starring the hosts of “Guinea Pig,” the thrill-a-minute series airing on Discovery Channel Canada that pushes human experiences to the extreme.

Other sure-to-terrify highlights include one of the only female sword-swallowers in the world, Lady Diabla, and her Xtreme Sideshow Circus featuring Stigmata – tattooed from head to toe, performing suspension acts – and Lil’ Miss Firefly – one of the world’s smallest girls, measuring in at just above two feet.

Fright Dome is open from 7 p.m. – midnight, Oct. 16 – 19, 23 – 26 and 29 – 31.

Tickets are $33.95 for a single night and can be purchased online at Fast pass tickets are available for an additional $15 and allow express line entry for all five haunted houses. Discount coupons are available at Fright Dome sponsors’ Hollywood Video, Del Taco, Albertsons and Fright World Halloween stores.

About Fright Dome
Created from the mind of Jason Egan, Fright Dome at Circus Circus has been horrifying the masses since 2002. Each year more than 60,000 people visit this popular attraction to be scared out of their wits. Spread throughout five acres of horror, this haunted theme park features dark, fog-filled attractions complete with ghoulish and gore-clad professional actors. Not appropriate for children under 12, Fright Dome includes roaming scare monsters, high-powered strobes, multi-colored lasers and eerie sound effects. For more information, visit or call (702) 794-3939.