How to have a Haunted Halloween

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If you’re the kind of person that loves a few scares on Halloween, then check out this list of fun local places to visit and our writers’ opinions on them.

Hauntsville Haunted House:

Hauntsville is located in Elyria and features 5 interactions: CellBlock 13, Butcher Barn, Psycho Manor, The Unknown, and a 4-D interactive haunted experience in Wicked Clowns. Tickets range from $20-$35.

Website: http://www.elyriahauntedhouse.com/

I absolutely love this haunted house. I have been to only 3 haunted houses so far this year and this made the #1 spot on my list. Hauntsville has an amazing atmosphere, awesome actors, and a great management team. It was one of the most interactive houses I’ve ever been too and one of the best haunts I’ve ever been on with my friends. I highly recommend this haunted house to everyone! I promise you’ll be leaving with awesome memories.

-Varno Harris

Haunted Schoolhouse and Laboratory:

The Haunted Schoolhouse and Laboratory is located in Akron. As the name states, this location features two themed haunted houses, a schoolhouse and a lab. General Admissions tickets range from $25-$30.

Website: http://www.hauntedschoolhouse.com/

If your looking for a worthy haunted house to go to this Halloween, you may have to travel a bit of a distance. But I assure you the aftermath of the Haunted School House & Laboratory in Akron is worth it. The experience is thrilling and terrifying. The costumes and the effects are amazing. They start at the top of each building and every level you go down gets even scarier. The haunted house is also really fun and a good experience to share with friends.

-Madina Mahmoud

Halloweekends:

Halloweekends, a part of Cedar Point’s annual Halloween themed festivities, is located in Sandusky. Halloweekends features Zombie High School, Slaughter House, Blood on the Bayou, and much more. Tickets range from $48-$68

Website: https://www.cedarpoint.com/halloweekends

Halloweekends is a fun way to enjoy roller coasters and haunted houses, all in one night. The haunted houses may not be as scary as others but they’re family friendly and there is a much larger variety of activities to choose from. With both indoor and outdoor frights, you can get out of the cold and still always be doing something. I recommend this for families looking to get the best of both worlds at Cedar Point.

-Meghana Tandon

 

 

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