Boo! Did we scare you? Whether you’re a die-hard haunted house fan, or you prefer to leave the hauntings for your braver friends, there’s no arguing that Halloween is the season for thrills, chills and things that go bump in the night. We’ve gathered up a few of the region’s top haunted attractions for you to get your spook on before going home to cuddle up with a movie and a pumpkin-flavored snack.
Get spooked at one of six haunted attractions hosted by Nile Nightmares in Mountlake Terrace. With haunted experiences including “Curse of the Nile,” “Slaughterhouse,” “The Attic,” “3D Circus,” and more, you’re sure to find something that scares you at this haunted house. Nile Nightmares is open every weekend in October, from 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. on Sunday. The haunt also has three escape rooms, food trucks and artist and vendor booths in a covered area. General admission is $25 and tickets can be purchased online. Learn more here.
The corn maze rustles with something spooky up at Stalker Farms in Snohomish. Featuring multiple haunted corn trails, including the “Slasher Family Homestead” and “Pogo’s Funny Farm,” along with a VIP-only trail called “The Scarecrow’s Challenge,” Stalker Farms has something to scare everyone. For those looking for something a little different, the farm also offers clown shot paintball, campfire rentals and a Midway for your taste of fall fun. Admission starts at $21.95 and more information can be found here.
The infamous Georgetown Morgue has returned for another season of terrifying thrills. Set in the historic Georgetown Morgue in South Seattle, this haunted attraction backs up its scares with a truly horrifying real-life history. This season, the actors have returned to the haunt, while guests are kept safe with COVID-19 precautions including frequent disinfection of the attraction, mask requirements and only being permitted to enter with their immediate group (no mingling of groups). The haunt runs Thursday – Sunday throughout the month, and tickets start at $30. You can learn more here.
Whatever you do to celebrate the spooky season, have fun and stay safe!
This post originally appeared on GettheWreport.com