Celebrate this Halloween with these spooktacular attractions.

Nothing says fall quite like pumpkins, candy, and costumes. Along with this season comes Halloween celebrations and festivities. We enhance the eerie feeling of this holiday with plastic tombstones in our front yards and cloth ghosts hanging from the trees. People love the thrill of feeling a little spooked. With the September release of Stephen King’s masterpiece “It,” of course horror is fresh on our minds this Halloween. Around the United States, there are numerous outlets to get your scare on.

Are you brave enough for some of our favorite haunted attractions?

The Atrox Factory is an enormous indoor haunted attraction. Located in Leeds, Alabama, this venue is the largest of its kind in the Southeast. Walk through the winding hallways with a guaranteed scream at every bend. November 3 is “Lights Out for Alzheimer’s Night,” a unique opportunity to benefit charity while getting spooked.

Oregon offers a plethora of eerie activities for its visitors. You will not soon grow bored with its generous offerings of haunted hayrides, houses, and mazes. Fear Asylum is worth adding to your list. This 25,000 foot, two-story haunted house is chalk full of paranormal activity. Kids age 10 and older can also enjoy this attraction.

The Haunted Field of Screams is the number one attraction here. However, there is much more to do here. Try and make it through the Dead Man’s Night Maze, of course without getting caught by a clown or zombie. Try your hand at Zombie Paintball Massacre and dodge their paintball attacks. For a lighter scary experience, additionally, enjoy the Movie on the Field to catch a family-friendly or horror film on select days in September and October. Plus, always keep on the lookout for Halloween flight specials to save a little dough!

This October, enjoy a little trick with your treat. Step outside your comfort zone at any of these haunted attractions. We are sure it will be an experience that you will not soon forget.

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