The Story

Long ago, it was boarded up, abandoned, left for dead. St. Lucifer’s Asylum for the Mentally Insane. Once there were over 12,000 patients and a staff of 700. A cutting edge psychiatric hospital specializing in electroshock therapy. But things were far from normal. Patients frequently chewing their tongues off, body counts unusually high. Many patients disappearing into the 5 miles of underground tunnels. The stories of macabre events happening to innocent people were told everywhere. Such as the young boy who awoke to find the mark of St. Lucifer’s on his arm. Later discovering he had a twin who died at St. Lucifer’s. Or the retired nurse who gouged out her own eyeballs while riding the elevator in a department store. St. Lucifer’s was called evil, haunted. Then the state ordered it close in 1974. Be one of the first to enter St. Lucifer’s and discover for yourself the meaning of fear.

When the military convey rolled through town. There were hundreds of trucks full of scared men. They had heard the reports. Hoards of zombies had escaped from the underground tunnels of Saint Lucifer asylum. Breaching the security in section 13F, and spilling Americas most feared serial killers into the hills. In an effort to revive many of the hospitals catatonic patients a new drug was found. The side effect, caused the dead to reanimate, rip out of their body bags and come back as zombies.

What is it?

Playing now at PLAYLAND PARK. Saint Lucifer’s Scream Park one of the most intense and scariest pair haunted houses in the state!

Rated one of the top 5 haunted attractions in the Midwest by Forbes Magazine.

Rated Flint’s top haunted house


Blackout is a full contact, lights out experience where you will need to sign a waiver just to get in. Showing for Saint Lucifer’s Haunted Asylum: Blackout will be open November 5th with the box office open from 8P to 11P. It’s your last change to see Saint Lucifer’s Haunted Asylum until it closes for another year!

How do I contact Saint Lucifer’s Scream Park?

Call Playland Park at 810-695-8200 or message us.