Nobody’s doing “spooky spirits” better than Harridan Vodka this Halloween, as the company just announced limited edition bottles of vodka aged in America’s most haunted houses!
The press release sent out today explains, “The Paranormal Reserve includes only 60 limited edition bottles, rested for seven days in three of America’s most haunted houses: the Villisca Axe Murder House, the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, and the Farm on Round Top Road, which inspired the movie The Conjuring.”
Here’s a little bit more on each of those haunted locations…
“Iowa’s Villisca Axe Murder House, the site of a horrifying 1912 murder, is said to be haunted by the spirits of the victims who are yearning for justice and is visited by hundreds of curious tourists each year. The bottles here will be placed in the attic.
“The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, declared as one of the most haunted locations in America by National Geographic, once housed 2,400 patients. Today, it is said to have shadowy figures roaming the halls, which countless visitors to the property hope to see for themselves. Here, the bottles were placed in the lobotomy room, where as many as 900 people were tragically lobotomized in the 1950s
“The Farm, purchased in 2019 by Cory and Jennifer Heinzen, has been the site of intense paranormal activity and once housed the infamous Annabelle doll, who also appears in The Conjuring. The bottles rested here will be placed in the most paranormal sites of the house, including the seance room, basement, and upstairs bedroom.”
“Packaged in an engraved wooden box, each bottle will come with a hand-numbered leather tag indicating in which house it was rested. Additional accessories include gloves to handle the bottle with care, as well as information on the history of the house, its paranormal activity, and details on where exactly each bottle was placed.”
Bottles of the 88-proof vodka will be available for purchase in select NYC liquor stores, who will offer national shipping, starting October 13, 2021. The price tag? $140 per bottle.