Nightmare On Moulton Street
Nightmare on Moulton street raised $12,000 for the American Cancer Society in 2020 THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! We look forward to scaring you in 2021 Dates and hours coming soon
Decatur's only Haunted House
112 Moulton Street E, Decatur, AL
Old buildings hold a lot of history. The old building that houses the Brick Deli at 112 Moulton Street in Decatur, AL is no different. In over a hundred years of existence, it has been offices, furniture store, restaurant and bar. And, it has been much darker things. Back in the early part of the 20th century, the upstairs was used as housing, a speakeasy, and a bordello, just to name a few. Over the years, there has been a lot of pain, suffering, and death in this historic building, along with the adjoining buildings that no longer exist.
When the Brick moved into the building, the upstairs was closed off. They used a small portion for storage, and the rest was boarded up. Over the years they went into some of the areas to find them basically empty. Well, empty of physical items…. Parts of the upstairs had been sealed off with a brick wall, with no idea what was behind those walls.
Over the years, it has been documented that there are spirits in the upstairs area of the Brick. There is a spirit of a little girl, whose mother worked in the brothel, who screams “GET OUT!” Research has shown that a number of the working women did have children who played in an area outside of their rooms. Those children often saw their mothers get abused and beaten. People who have been alone upstairs have heard footsteps. When they went to investigate, the footsteps stopped and started again in another location. There are numerous reports of people being touched and seeing disembodied faces. One day, a worker, alone in the building, heard a group of men talking. Another time a worker heard men and women talking and laughing; again, when the building was empty. These can only be attributed to those who partook in the illegal speakeasy. There are also stories of circus members staying the night in the adjoining building who were burned to death during an early morning fire. The fire was so bad that they could never find enough of the bodies to remove, so it was bulldozed to make the parking lot next to the Brick. There have been instances of carnival music being heard, along with antics that you’d expect from clowns. Sometimes the spirits of the clowns almost seem evil.
Recently, the great folks at the Brick have allowed Nightmare on Moulton Street to utilize the upstairs for their charity haunted house. Each year they expand into areas that have been closed for decades. This past winter, the owners along with the haunt workers broke through the sealed off area. It turned out to be what appears to be a long dark winding corridor. Most likely to smuggle booze into the building, or maybe to carry dead bodies out… There is concern that there is evil in this corridor. Lights will not stay lit. Voices and physical touches have been more prominent. At times you think you're touching old bodies. Nobody has been willing to fully explore this area due to the total darkness and feeling of doom. In addition, since this wall has been opened, there have been more instances of interaction with the unknown. It’s almost as if breaking through the wall opened the door of evil and released the spirits.
However, even with this increase in activity, there were only minimal negative encounters with the spirits during the 2020 season, so the folks at Nightmare on Moulton Street are moving forward to prepare the haunt for the 2021 season! Please come join us and see what you experience…
Tickets may be purchased at the door Cash, Credit cards, and Debit cards accepted Benefit for the American Cancer Society
112 Moulton Street E Decatur, AL 35601
2021 hours coming soon!
Enter at your own risk No food or drink inside the haunt No Running No flashlights, cell phone lights, glow sticks, or other type of illumination
No Video or Photography
We recommend removing all Jewelry/Earrings
Must Wear Shoes, No High Heels
No Touching Props or Actors
Not Responsible for Lost or Stolen Items
DO NOT ENTER if you are Pregnant or have Broken Bones/Casts
You May Be Removed From Attraction without Refund
ABSOLUTELY NO SMOKING, VAPING, OR OPEN FLAMES OF ANY KIND
ABSOLUTELY NO WEAPONS PERSONS WHO APPEAR TO BE INTOXICATED WILL BE REFUSED ENTRY
Covid-19 Safety Protocols - ENHANCED AND UPDATED 9/23/20 • If you or any member of your party or family is not feeling well, Do Not Visit! Please attend when everyone is feeling well. • We will be checking everyone's temperature upon entering.
• wearing a mask/face coverings will be required during your visit. This is for your protection and for the protection of other guests and staff.
• You will be asked to sanitize your hands immediately before entering and immediately upon exiting. Other stations will be set up in the haunt. Please ask a Staff member if you cannot locate one of our stations.
• Follow the social distancing policies set by the CDC of at least 6 feet apart from others besides your immediate family members.
• We will not group unrelated parties together. • Staff will be scanned for fever and will wear mask/face covering at all time.
• At any time we may reduce capacity to adhere for social distancing. Please be patient and understanding with any operational change. • You may wear disposable gloves if desired, but please bring a zip=lock bag to put the gloves in after wearing. Please dispose of bag and gloves once you get home.
During your visit you may encounter strobe lights, black lights, total darkness, fog, loud noises, confined spaces, low clearances, live actors, animated props, and fixed props.
If you have a medical condition that would be aggravated by any of these, please do not enter.