It’s easy to think of most Haunted Attractions across the United States amidst cornfields, hayrides and surrounded by the most notorious of horrific locations, the woods. But here in New York City, there’s more than just the famed annual West Village parade and a Pumpkin Spice Latte for city-dwellers to get in the mood for autumn, Halloween and all the pagan spirit it has to offer. There’s little doubt when New Yorkers think of their options for true scares, one house of frights comes to mind first. Half because of its stunning reputation, and half its stark, memorable and ever-present subway advertisements (seriously, try and hit a stop without one), Nightmare is often voted one of the best of its kind. Fango spoke with creator Timothy Haskell and co-director John Harlacher about the often off-beat and highly regarded scare-fest and this year’s narrative theme, Superstitions.