COVID Notice:

Many states are actively changing their policies and mandates concerning the recent rise in the Delta variant of COVID-19. Some haunts are closing, others are implementing last year’s policies, and others are able to continue as normal. We (The Scare Factor) have no way of monitoring the policies in every State, County, City, Town, etc. across the country in real time. It is your responsibility as a customer to always confirm the active policies in place with the attraction/s you plan to visit.

Own this Attraction?

Hollow of Unrest

“Scariest haunt in South Central Kentucky”

Hollow of Unrest is a Haunted Attraction located in Bonnieville, KY.

Location

151 James Ragland Road
Bonnieville, KY 42713

(Click for Fullscreen Map)


About This Attraction:

Haunt Types:

1HauntedBarn1HauntedTrail

Summary:

Haunted Barn, and Trail. Open every Friday-Saturday in October. Also open Halloween night

We are just 4 miles off of I-65 in Bonnieville, KY.

Remember this is an outside attraction, proper footwear should be worn.


Links:

Hollow of Unrest Facebook Page

Contact:

Call Hollow of UnrestEmail Hollow of UnrestMessage Hollow of Unrest on Facebook Messenger

Guest Reviews
Guest Average: 7 out of 10

Beth – 7/10 – October 13, 2017
A friend/co-worker and I heard about Hollow of Unrest from a random stranger at a gas station prior …show more to going to another haunted house. We called and asked for ticket prices and hours because we weren’t sure if we would make it in time because it was already late. When the man on the other end said “$13 in honor of Friday the 13th” we were sold. The road that leads back to the pretty secluded area was creepy in itself. You begin in a barn where we encountered A Chucky doll sitting in a small chair in front of a tv playing static noise. We made our way through the next doorway which was completely dark and in order to get through the place I had to break my deal of “I’ll go first this time”. There are clowns, an elevator simulator and black lights. When you get on the elevator, the operator is a very “friendly” clown. When you come off the elevator, you’ll go downstairs and out the back onto a dimly lit trail. On this trail you encounter all types of creatures, and if you happen to wonder off the path, the actors are just “kind” enough to help you find your way back. There’s no lack of help that’s for sure. At the end of the trail, a very friendly clown was there with his chainsaw taunting our every step which we countered with a bolt to the car. The ticket booth is well lit and the staff is very helpful. Parking is in big grassy field. Make sure to wear appropriate shoes. I’d say set aside a good hour and a half for this haunt, and make sure to buy a t-shirt!

View All

Submit Your Own Review!


See anything that needs updated? Let Us Know!

Featured Listings: