This coming Halloween, Netherworld fans will be typing in a new address into Google Maps to get to the haunted house. The street that Netherworld operates on has been renamed Netherworld Way.
“Since planting roots here in Stone Mountain three years ago, those roots have only grown stronger, but having this new address really cements this place as home,” Netherworld co-creator Billy Messina said in a prepared statement. “It’s been a crazy year and the news of the new street name is truly a positive light and a hopeful sign of things to come. I’m beyond thrilled that our guests will be plugging 1313 Netherworld Way into their phones when we open the doors for our 24th year of fear.”
Started by Messina and Ben Armstrong in 1997, the haunted house moved to Stone Mountain in 2017 and opened a year-round escape room experience and laser tag arena.
GPS services will still recognize the old address: 2076 Park Pl. Blvd, Stone Mountain, GA. Additionally, emergency and postal services already recognize the new street name.