Opening Day - Sneak Preview - Haunted House - Behind the Scenes

Opening Day is coming soon, - October 4th - and the ghouls and zombies are getting ready.....
We snuck in behind the scenes and got some quick photos before they could chase us out of there.....the rest is secret and have to be here to find out....."We Dare You to Come to Our House" - one of the top rated haunts in Oregon !
Ghouls and Zombies and Other Volunteer Helpers Gather for a Quick Photo at Night 
More Volunteers Getting Ready to Scare People
Make-Up Crew Including Mike Milburn (pictured right) 

Zombies Train for Fire Extinquisher

Tis the Season - to Get Scared

Every year towards the end of September, those who are fans of zombies, haunted houses, ghouls, and horror movies start getting ready for Halloween.

For some Halloween begins in September...kind of like Christmas starting early. 
But we're not talking about Christmas trees, or mistletoe.
Ask Little Suzie, our resident ghost at Milburn's Haunted manor.

 But time has passed...none now remember the Manor's dark secret and history has faded to fable.
 In the Fall of 1927 the small quiet town of Hubbard Oregon was shocked with its first double homicide, suicide. The police recorded that the daughter of Ida and Wilhelm Milburn viciously murdered and dismembered her parents in the night before hanging herself in the parlor. The extent of the heinous crime was so brutal that the Milburn's Manor was boarded up and left to rot. No one wanted to purchase the estate for fear of the evil that lingers there.
Rumors of lights seen within the rotting manor have begun to stir once more. Some say that the tormented spirit of little Suzie has come home. That she wanders the dark halls of the old Milburn Manor, cursed to relive the horrors of that fated Fall night.
Our main featured attraction is The Manor, where Suzie likes to hang out. 

Winner - Top Haunt Award 2017

Milburn's Haunted Manor is pleased to announce another Top Haunt Award from for 2017

We have received an award for 3 consecutive years. This shows consistency in providing a quality event.

What is our secret?

Volunteers for Our Haunted House

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Volunteer for our Haunted House Activities

for an idea of activities...check out our website
Milburn Manor - Haunted House - Portland - Willlamette Valley 

All who volunteer 3 nights get a shirt.

All who volunteer 10 nights get a hat.

Email me or call me at 503-830-0865 for more information and sign up forms.

The Scariest Movie of the Year - Hereditary

FREE TICKETS GIVEAWAY - we are giving away two free tickets to our award winning Milburn's Haunted Manor. If you haven't entered yet, here's the link: ENTER

In order for scary movies to get rave reviews from the critics, they need to be really good. Toni Colette gives an outstanding performance. This is a true horror film that may stay with you, at least until Halloween when you visit Milburn's Haunted Manor. Video trailer below.

Here's the critic's consensus on Rotten Tomatoes, and a brief introduction one of the top movie review sites.

"Hereditary uses its classic setup as the framework for a harrowing, uncommonly unsettling horror film whose cold touch lingers long beyond the closing credits."

"When Ellen, the matriarch of the Graham family, passes away, her daughter's family begins to unravel cryptic and increasingly terrifying secrets about their ancestry. The more they discover, the more they find themselves trying to outrun the sinister fate they seem to have inherited. Making his feature debut, writer-director Ari Aster unleashes a nightmare vision of a domestic breakdown that exhibits the craft and precision of a nascent auteur, transforming a familial tragedy into something ominous and deeply disquieting, and pushing the horror movie into chilling new terrain with its shattering portrait of heritage gone to hell." - Rotten Tomatoes

Milburn’s Haunted Manor LLC Launches New Website

Milburn’s Haunted Manor, LLC,

an award winning haunted house attraction in Hubbard, Oregon, recently launched a new website that highlights their critically acclaimed featured attractions and unique amenities. 

Featured on the new website is an interview with Oregon Public Broadcasting from 2017. Mike Milburn, the owner, describes the ideas, theories, and methods that sets Milburn’s apart, such as “Scareology” and “Haunted Theatre”. (Link: OPB Interview-video ).

Want to know more? Check out their website to see the entire interview. “We Dare You to Come to Our House” is a motto shown at the top of the website to challenge website visitors to “dare to get scared”, and sets the tone.

“Suzie One-Eye”
is the unofficial mascot of Milburn’s Haunted Manor. She is a part of the lore and legend of the haunted house, and also makes appearances on the grounds and throughout the website. It’s fun to look though the new website to see if you can spot their creepy mascot. You never know where you’re going to see her. Keep an eye out for little Suzie. Odds are she is watching you.

Featured Attractions
The website includes information on their two main featured attractions, The Manor, and

The Dark, each having their own special background lore, designed to draw the would-be visitor in to the suspense of each thriller. Other featured attractions described on the website include the Graveside Grill, with menu items such as Zombie Donuts, Funnel Fried Bacon, Curly Fries and the their signature “Nail in the Coffin”.

Other Attractions
The Grill offers a fun variety of carnival style eats for the survivors of the haunts. The Moon-lit Pumpkin Patch provides a fun way to get your gourd shopping in. Picking out your seasonal pumpkin in the darkened and spooky environment, with the screams of other guests hanging in the air, is a fun way to round out your visit to Milburn’s. We offer a “U-Take / We-Take” decorated photo booth for you to commemorate your haunted adventure.

The website also highlights Milburn’s many amenities designed to make their guests more comfortable on those dark and stormy October nights. Covered lines, dining and common areas along with graveled paths will help to deal with the typical Oregon fall weather. Free parking is also available. Check out Milburn’s Haunted Manor’s new website and see for yourself what a fun and unique attraction Milburn’s is.  Here's the link : Haunted House Website