We'll let Cutting Edge tell you the good news themselves (full press release below):
Guinness World Records recently declared Cutting Edge Haunted House of Fort Worth to be the "World's Largest Haunted House." The new Guinness World Record holder is now officially recognized as the longest walk-through haunted house in the world.
A Guinness World Records judge measured the distance of the horrifying haunted house from end to end and validated it as the longest walk-through haunted house on record. Todd James received the Guinness World Records certificate, and chainsaws cut the ribbons that started the zombie celebration party in the haunted house's demented interior.
"We are extremely excited that Cutting Edge Haunted House has received this honor from Guinness World Records and we are looking forward to treating our visitors to the most terrifying experience of their lives this Halloween," said Cutting Edge Haunted House CEO Todd James.
Cutting Edge Haunted House offers a unique setting for thrill seekers who are searching for a high-quality Halloween event. The haunted house is located in an abandoned meat-packing plant built in 1908. "Our downtown Fort Worth location is perfect for the most spectacular haunted house ever," James said. "The old meat-packing plant in downtown Fort Worth is a great home for the fantastic special effects that our loyal customers have come to expect."
It takes visitors an average of 55 minutes to explore Cutting Edge Haunted House. The walk-through is replete with frighteningly-realistic props. This year Cutting Edge Haunted House will feature amazing scares, including: life-size T-Rex animation, crazed clowns, giant alligators, Texas Chainsaw Massacre set, and lots of spiders & snakes.